"Done in One" tells of the events leading up to a fight; "No Vacancy" highlights a family's battle over inheritances; and "The Unbearable Rightness of Diversity" follows a business's sensitivity training.
In “The Cord,” a man trips over a mysterious electrical cord and sets out to find its origin; “Withdrawn” tells the story of a man who regrets his lifelong decisions; “Like an Art Student” focuses on an art-school dropout who keeps acting like an active student.
“Eighty-Eight Keys,” about a group of people who are drawn together; “Grim's Diaries,” about how a man's death affects his wife; “A Lament,” in which a ninja's plan to take over the world goes for naught; and the animated “Getgot,” about a hero born into a vending-machine world.
Black-and-white shorts, including “Eighty-Eight Keys,” about a group of people who are drawn together; “Grim's Diaries,” about how a man's death affects his wife; “A Lament,” in which a ninja's plan to take over the world goes for naught; and the animated “Getgot,” about a hero born into a vending-machine world.
“Lucky Man Sunshine” shares relationship advice from barflies; “Too Hot for Summer” satirizes the Southern gothic stylings of William Faulkner and Tennessee Williams; “Asking Jenny” finds a man gathering up the nerve to ask out a new coworker.
“Dive” highlights a police officer's battle with organized crime; “The Session” tells the story of a secret agent with occupational problems; “Return of Dr. Rod” focuses on a disgraced marriage counselor.
Movies created as part of Atlanta's 48 Hour Film Project, which featured teams given two days to finish eight-minute shorts, are featured. Included: “Standing Room Only,” about a man who can wield the powers of the cosmos...or not; “Aliens Among Us,” about visitors from another planet; and “Postal” about twins who used to be triplets.
James Magliocca's “Watch and Learn,” in which a man (Leslie Jordan) learns how to command respect from others; Scott Balzer's and Damian Dunn's “The Idiot Boxer,” about two couch potatoes who can't find anything to watch on TV; and the animated “Bug-beat” from Tim Hynes, in which an ant tries out a drum kit.