Ocff 2017: Documentary Shorts Block

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Oak Cliff Film Festival Documentary Shorts Program
Location: Kessler Theater - 1230 W. Davis St., Dallas, TX 75208
Program Length: 90 min

RICHARD TWICE (USA, 10 min) - Dir. Matthew Salton
Fifty years later, folk musician Richard Atkins recounts the one devastating night that altered the direction of his life forever.

ELECTION NIGHT (UK, 8 min) - Dir. Ryan Scafuro
An international crowd gathers until the early morning to watch the US election at a pub in London. As dawn breaks, things take a turn for the worse.

TROLL: A SOUTHERN TALE (USA, 12 min) - Dir. Mariah Janello
An eccentric artist navigates self-expression through his experiences living and growing up in the South.

THE RABBIT HUNT (USA, 12 min) - Dir. Patrick Bresnan
Every weekend, seventeen year old Chris and his family hunt rabbits during sugarcane field burning and harvesting in the Florida Everglades.

An independent professional wrestler philosophizes on the craft, narrative, and possible meaning found in what some consider a fake sport.

116 CAMERAS (USA, 16 min) - Dir. Davina Pardo
As the Holocaust survivor community ages, the USC Shoah Foundation has embarked on an ambitious new project to transform survivors into 3D digital projections that will interact with generations to come.

THE POLAROID JOB (USA, 9 min) - Dir. Mike Plante
Our family business was photographing you.

LOS ANGELES PLAYS NEW YORK (USA, 18 min) - Dir. John Wilson
A freelance filmmaker is hired to make a fashion film and ends up on court tv.
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