Balance

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

A boy and girl fight for painting space, both refusing to give in until the mess they create goes out of control.

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Blue Tomorrow

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

A man who lives alone on his island goes on an unknown journey caused by rising ocean. After witnessing a catastrophe on the way, he finds hope again with other people.But when the ocean rises again this time he makes an unexpected decision to an another unknown.

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Dear Dad

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

A father and son struggling to communicate; a conceptual film about dialogue, without dialogue.

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Descent

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

A young teenager on the edge of suicide is sent into a transcendent journey.

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Destination: Unknown

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

In the aftermath of a deep space collision, a lone astronaut fights for survival. But to repair his critically damaged ship, he must cross through the malfunctioning Virtual Reality chamber. Therein lurk ghosts of a life left behind on Earth, and questions about the true nature of his secret mission.

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Mogu and Perol

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

A story about two friends living on Yummy Island, where delicious food can be found everywhere! Whenever Mogu is cooking, Perol just pops up and eats the yummy meal. One day Perol finds a very tasty looking Brrrr-berry that Mogu was about to pick. Perol doesn’t wait for a second to taste the berry which brings about an unexpected quarrel between the two.

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Shuttle Bus

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

The idea comes from a popular saying, “The life journey is similar to a bus ride. You’re accompanied by your family loved ones, but eventually you need to get off the bus one by one.” According to Chinese folk legends, when you burn the paper cranes containing your letter to your deceased family loved ones, the message can be read by them.

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Starvation

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

A hungry wolf gets stuck in stereotypes about being the big bad wolf of the story. She has to flee when everybody accuses her to violence and murder. She faces the danger of getting killed.

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Substance

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

Based on True Events; Jason, the oldest of two boys loves his home but battles with wanting to change the deteriorating community and the desire to leave it behind. Tension turns to anger as Jason and his brother John battle over the decision to embrace the drug culture while simultaneously endangering John’s daughter. Her symbolic gesture will change the future of the family and change her father’s SUBSTANCE.

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Temptation of Saint Francis

Saturday, Sept. 28th, City Hall-Catalina Island. 2pm-4pm

Two ill matched garden statues fall in love in this animated exploration of the battle between spiritual enlightenment and physical desires that we all go through. An imaginative take on what happens in your garden when you’re not looking.

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