2014 Lone Star Film Festival: Shorts Block 4
Shorts Block 4 at the Lone Star Film Festival will include the following short films:
Molly by Craig Elrod - Denial. Regret. Depression. Foam Party.
Nostalgica by Tyler Savage - A heartsick widower finds relief in reliving memories of his dead wife while his son wrestles with a moral quandary. After a failed attempt to seek his father’s counsel, the son confesses his transgressions to an advanced operations system.
I Was A Teenage Girl by Augustine Frizzell - Emma and Jesse are close friends. One night, after an intense breakup, they have a heartfelt conversation that challenges the boundaries of their friendship in an unexpected way.
Pepper by Marc Cleary & Craig Robert Young - When a chance meeting between a female impersonator and an 8-year-old boy occurs, an unlikely friendship develops while on a journey to find the boys older brother, who was kicked out of the family home for not liking girls.
Deterrence by Jake Bann - A social worker must protect his most gifted client from the throes of a gang before his court date.
Looms by the Funk Brothers - Alone with nobody to pass on a family legacy, a farmer struggles to find purpose in his life. Realizing the fate of the farm, he questions whether fulfillment can be found beyond the confines of his farm or if it comes from steadfast dedication to the land that has given him the only life he’s ever known.
Skunk by Annie Silverstein - When her pit bull is stolen by an aspiring dogfighter, Leila is forced to stand up for herself, at the cost of her own innocence.