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“Tales of Life and Love”

Narrative shorts about relationships — in life, in families, with lovers. Some stories a bit serious, most are lighthearted. From Ireland, UK, Iran, Australia, and back home again in Indiana.

91 min


Saturday, Nov. 1, 2:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 2, 3:15 p.m.


Picture Show

Michael Hicks & Robyn Rebecca Young

15 min.


In a small southern town, an elderly couple, confined to their home for years, venture out to the old theater where they once “courted” years ago.




More Than Two Hours

Ali Asgari

15 min.



It’s 3 AM. A boy and a girl are wandering in the city. They are looking for a hospital to cure the girl, but it is much more difficult than they thought.



Dandelion Dreams

Johnathan Gorman

22 min



Director and cast will conduct post-film discussion


A young ad man’s life starts to unravel when he is forced to work with a new account, and he begins to question what it means to “fit in.”




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The Square of the Cube

Kirsten Cavendish

16 min.



A math teacher, haunted by his second-place finish in a Rubik’s Cube contest 30 years ago, seeks out the boy who beat him, for a rematch.





Venetia Taylor

3 min.



Bill and Barbara aren’t growing old gracefully, but they’re too drunk to care.




Distant Thunder

Venetia Taylor

6 min.



Pam and Richard are divorced. Richard has a new life, but there’s something strange on the horizon.




Love at First Sight

Mark Playne

14 min.

Spain, United Kingdom


A silent film that transcends language to tell this heart warming, universal story of a lonely young man’s increasingly creative attempts to attract the attention of the girl of his dreams.






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