SPRING IN MY HOMETOWN
(Kwangmo Lee, 1998)
Films and filmmakers grown in Georgia clay.
Narrative (Local), 85 minutes
Thursday, April 12, 2018, 8:00pm ⎯⎯⎯ Plaza Theatre
M.A.F.I.A. | directed by Frances Chang, USA, 4:45
Discouraged by online dating, these women have turned to a new app, M.A.F.I.A., to find love.
Something Bigger | directed by Chris Anthony Hamilton, USA, 8:57
Teea confides in her best friend about her existential crisis when an ominous visitor interrupts their moment of connection.
Jukebox Girl | directed by Alex Richard Thomas, USA, 9:32
The mayor's daughter, Brenda moonlights as a criminal stuck between putting her delinquent days behind her or succumbing to a life of crime.
Beeda After the Wake | directed by Nina Marinov, USA, 10:04
In a southern magical realism story of loss, an observant five year old girl is left on her own to navigate death and grief.
Pupae | directed by Ryan Hope Travis, USA, 8:32
Compelled to confront his past, Moses returns home after living in a swamp for 7 years.
Cells | directed by Raymond Wood, USA, 12:00
A doctor is held captive by a group of masked intruders who force him to answer why billions of dollars go wasted each year in the name of medical research.
Jookuhdo | directed by Crystal Jin Kim, USA, 12:30
An antique shopkeeper is floored when her long-lost, yakuza-involved love suddenly reappears four years after his supposed death and is dying to find if this can be true.
On the Fence | directed by Cassidy Detmer & Jared Callahan, USA, 8:00
Pete attempts to reconnect with his family after escaping from a drug recovery center.
Snapshot | directed by Brett Bagwell, USA, 9:59
Expressed through the memories and dreams of a 12-year old boy, a mother and son struggle to cope with the absence of the father.