Shorts Block • Local
Friday, 2:15 p.m. • Goshen Theater (91min)
Director: Khyler Runnels
Tired of being too scared to talk to a girl, a boy decides to try a pill that forces him to say everything he’s thinking.
Director: Mason Mellinger
A documentary film about the lives of historical reenactors in the Midwest of the US depicting life in Early Colonial America.
Director: Jesse Bontreger
A young artist explores love, life, and socks.
One Chance to Love
Director: Idris Busari
Father is a song dedicated to all the good fathers of the world.
Director: Austin Sarver
A day in the life of two travelers struggling to find their way in a world damaged by an unknown pandemic.
Director: Riley Mills
As classic turn-of-the-century movie houses are decaying and being torn down, one town in rural northern Indiana is trying to save theirs. The Goshen Theater has survived a fire, and seen years of aging, yet has stood the test of time. The task ahead for the theater: raising support to revive this center for the arts. Historical restoration is no easy feat, but renovation plans are underway
Director: Margaret Orr
Two women navigate the trials and wonders of long-term friendship. This film follows them throughout an abstract dance of their lives.
The Date & Time
Director: David Kendall
2019 River Bend Film Festival Sponsors
Allen Brenneman • Celtx • Common Spirits • Flowers By Phoebe • Goshen Motors • Greensweep Cleaning Services • Lesson.ly • The Local • Salon J • Vinyl Wagon Crew • Weston Fribley • Woodstar Photography • Yoder Culp Funeral Home
This project is made possible by the support of the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
And a special thanks to our 2019 Festival hosts