Arizona Shorts At The Phoenix Film Festival

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Join us for the seven films playing at the Phoenix Film Festival's annual Arizona Shorts program! Showtimes are:
Saturday, March 28 - 11:15am
Sunday, March 29 - 4:45pm


The films:

The Tent
Directed by Marcus Stricklin
Synopsis: After her brother Ethan is diagnosed with a fatal disease, Stephanie and Ethan use their imagination to travel the world using the tent in their family home.

Directed by Josh Kasselman and Stephanie Lucas
Synopsis: Tensions rise on a young couple's sightseeing tour as they discuss the cat sitter they've hired for the weekend.

Keep Running
Directed by Sean Oliver
Synopsis: While on a routine morning jog a young man comes across a mysterious stranger who changes his life.

Project Daisy
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Directed by Adolpho Navarro
Synopsis: Control what you create!

Directed by Alexander Broderick
Synopsis: A quantum physicist creates an artificial wormhole, a breakthrough in teleportation. But the wormhole brings an unexpected visitor - Faye's future self - warning that the device threatens the fabric of spacetime and the very existence of the universe.

The Most Important Meal of the Day
Directed by Randy Murray
Synopsis: During the zombie apocalypse, a young girl's search for food puts her and a stranger in danger. Will she be able to escape the zombie horrors while still making it home with food to eat?

Blue Copper
Directed by Diane M. Dresback
Synopsis: A well intentioned woman hired to care for a man works to liberate her psychologically complex client, as he enacts his own contorted version of reciprocal help.
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