Shorts Block • Learn Through Comedy
Thursday, 8:45 p.m. • Art House (94min)
Director: Tim Richardson
A sneak peek of 65 million years in the making.
Director: Jay Pulk
a comedy about a short film and its quirky crew’s experiences with the production. It’s part mockumentary and part parody, and includes behind-the-scenes interviews in the style of “The Office”.
The Importance of Sex Education
Director: L. Elizabeth Powers
In 1976, a 12 year old girl tries to unravel the mysteries of sex education.
Yo Soy Pedro
Director: Jordan Inconstant
1977: Mackenzie and Banks, two Americans cops, encounter an alien that has just crashed. The police take him for a film actor and decided to bring it back to a Hollywood studio.
Director: James Murray
Charlie has just discovered sliced bread. Here, we see the aftermath being documented. While his legacy is baked solid, we find out the price he has paid for his accolades.
Director: Adam Etheridge
In Liverpool’s China Town, an out-of-shape and out-of-friends divorcee tries to reconnect with his estranged son by pretending to be the reincarnation of his hero, Bruce Lee.
Director: Eliaz Rodriguez
Tess runs into a building to find her boyfriend Tony grappling with another man for a gun. Will Tess’ “double vision” be the end of Tony or will he save the day by proving his identity?
Director: Matt Braunsdorf
Now in his golden years, esteemed, but self-serving physician Dr. Daniel Chamberlain is giving his viewers the greatest gift of all: his memories.
2016 River Bend Film Festival Sponsors
Art House • Better World Books • Blank Space • Duly Press • CAPS • Ignition Garage • Inn on South 5th • IU Health Home Medical • Kelly Jae’s • Mid America Filmmakers • Thistle + Lace Photography
Nut Shoppe • Paragon Printing • Grant Beachy Photography • Community Foundation of St. Joseph County • Bryan Chris Photography • JoJo’s Pretzels