2014 Lone Star Film Festival: Shorts Block 2
The Lone Star Film Festival's Short Blocks 2 will feature the following short films:
Helberger in Paradise by TJ Misny - A New Yorker returns to her hometown to make good on a bizarre, anarchistic promise to a deceased lover. The only thing that stands in her way is an obsessively moralistic cab driver.
The Last Sandwich by Mark Potts - When one man loses his ability to make sandwiches, he loses his humanity.
Berlin Troika by Andrej Gontcharov - Young diplomat Konrad Gelb is recruited to step in as interpreter between two leaders of conflicting superpowers, who seem to hold the fate of humanity in their hands. He must balance the oversized egos in the room and maneuver the world’s destiny to either peaceful resolution or total annihilation.
Great Moments in R&R History* (*That Never Happened) by Jose Luis Gonzalez - An irreverent look at bizarre “what-if” encounters between Rock & Roll luminaries.
Donation by Paul Emerson - Beth learns that matters of the heart can get a little wonky when donating blood is involved.
Dead Hearts by Stephen W. Martin - A young mortician will give his heart away to find true love. A whimsical, gothic bedtime story filled with love, loss, taxidermy, Kung fu, and biker werewolves.
Krisha by Trey Shults - Krisha has not seen her family for many years. When Krisha decides to join her family for a holiday dinner, tensions escalate and Krisha struggles to keep her demons at bay.
Rattle Fly by Min Ding - Sara, a small-town teenager with no future, finds short-lived hope when she falls in love with the new pastor’s luminous daughter.