Shorts Block • Local

Friday, 2:15 p.m. • Goshen Theater (91min)

Truth Hurts

(4:22min)

Director: Khyler Runnels
United States

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.

Truth Hurts

Living History

(23:17min)

Director: Mason Mellinger
United States

A documentary film about the lives of historical reenactors in the Midwest of the US depicting life in Early Colonial America.

Living History

Sock Puppets

(10:16min)

Director: Jesse Bontreger
United States

A young artist explores love, life, and socks.

Sock Puppets

One Chance to Love

(6min)

Director: Idris Busari
United States

Father is a song dedicated to all the good fathers of the world.

Father

Transitive

(7min)

Director: Austin Sarver
United States

A day in the life of two travelers struggling to find their way in a world damaged by an unknown pandemic.

Transitive

Admit One

(27:27min)

Director: Riley Mills
United States

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

Admit One

Harmony

(2min)

Director: Margaret Orr
United States

Two women navigate the trials and wonders of long-term friendship. This film follows them throughout an abstract dance of their lives.

Harmony

Commitment

(3min)

Director: Michael Kouroubetes & Matthew Kowalski
United States

Commitment

The Date & Time

Director: David Kendall
United States

NuWorld

(15min)

Director: Tommy Weber
United States

NuWorld

Goshen Thater

216 South Main Street

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Friday, 2:15 p.m.

Schedule is subject to change.

In some cases, seating is limited. Arrive early to insure a seat!

2020 River Bend Film Festival Sponsors

2020 River Bend Film Festival Sponsors

This project is made possible by the support of the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.