"Harvest," about a man who confesses to his wife about having had an affair; "Kilroy Was Here," about an American WWII pilot who meets orphaned French children after his parachute becomes stuck in a tree; "The Tragedy of Glady," about a friendship between two teen girls that frays after one loses her parents.
Three short films from student filmmakers. The topics are a standoff at a gas station; a filmmaker's reluctance to compromise; and a high-school senior who tries to take advantage of his brother's death.
Films include “Fence Dogs,” which chronicles a town's decimation while searching for a runaway dog; “The Lure of the Dream,” which is based on the writings of Carl Jung; “Bus Stop,” which examines the plight of a retail worker; “Cats,” an experimental narrative short; and “The Universal Theories of the Duke of Zeppelin,” which hones in on a girl who, while walking her dog, contemplates existence, the universe and more.
Included: “My House is on Fire” by Rodrigo and Ariel Dorfman; “Other Road” by Cathy Meriam; “Stories We Should Have Told” by Heather Miles; and David Hardin's animated short “Mysterious World of Birds.”
Included: "Backgammon" finds a young girl at odds with her grandfather over how to play the game; a teacher inspires her students in "Teach Me to..."; glass artist Harvey Littleton is profiled in "Luminous Impressions."
Eighteen films are slated to air during the series' fourth season spotlighting the state's independent filmmakers. This edition includes “Picture This” by Adam C. Martin, “A Long Life” by Karen Phillips, “Extra Ordinary” by Lexie Longstreet and Ruben Doboin's “Life in Celluloid.”