The short films include the following dramas, synopsized below.
“Jelly Bean” is directed by Devin Walker and Christian Sales. After the death of her adopted mother, Claire and her father deal with the aftermath while she thinks about trying to find her biological family.
“Humble Beast” is directed by Ricardo Garcia. Nick is a young, undefeated bare-knuckle boxer who is indebted to some of the city’s most dangerous people. Nick faces a match that, upon his victory, would provide the money he desperately needs. When his wife discovers he’s having an affair, Nick must decide what is truly worth fighting for.
“No Tip” is directed by Christine Hurley. Loyalties are tested when a young man crosses paths with the son of a mob boss.
And “After the Wake” is directed by Michael Helms. Two estranged sisters clash after the death of their mother, forcing a buried secret to the surface.
The film festival also features two comedies:
“Armageddon” is directed by Jim Meyer. One scene in a coffee shop takes us through a couple’s flourishing and then floundering relationship.
And in Shaun Swift’s “Quincy Jones,” the title character seeks revenge after the kidnapping of his Chinese adopted son, Dong Sung.
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