Local film company Authentic Productions presents their best 2001 short films tonight at 9 p.m. at the Crossroads 6 Grand Cinemas, 4811 E. Grant Road. $7.
Film descriptions from a press release:
“Lionhearted” tells the story of a young boy and his journey to becoming a young man following a nuclear attack on his hometown. Directed and written by Tim Marin.
“The Elevator,” is a comedy of a young man who keeps bumping into a beautiful woman in an elevator and tries to muster the courage to talk to her, directed and written by Zacharia Lorenz.
The "Is Blake A Douche?" a mockumentary/comedy that was written and directed by Daniel Geffre, who also stars in the short. The mockumentary follows a journalist who goes around town interviewing friends and family members of a man by the name of Blake Bradford, to find out if he’s a douche.
The main feature of the night is “S.O.L.” directed and co-written by Yuri Machado. “S.O.L.” is a comedy about the relationships between four male friends and the way they interact with the opposite sex, starring Nathan O. Miller and Fernando Aguilar.
Following each film there will be a Q and A for each filmmaker and the cast and crew involved. There will also be a raffle for a signed DVD and poster of “S.O.L.” For ages 16 and up, due to language, drug use and sexual content featured in some of the films.
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