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Fueled by artistic expression and limited only by their runtime, short films transcend traditional storytelling. They are a significant and popular way artists can connect with audiences. From documentary to animation, narrative to experimental, the abbreviated form is made for risk-taking. The 2020 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour (Virtual Version) is a 80-minute theatrical program of six short films selected from this year’s Festival and includes fiction, documentary and animation from around the world, giving new audiences a taste of what the Festival offers.
Dir. Diffan Sina Norman (Malaysia/USA)
A devout woman's lust for virtue thrusts her family into a sacrificial slaughter of biblical proportions.
Dir. Thea Hollatz (Canada)
Ace is having a hot flash, and she's about to go live on local television. How one woman tries to keep her cool when one type of flash leads to another.
The Deepest Hole
Dir. Matt McCormick (USA)
While the space and arms races are Cold War common knowledge, few know about the United States and Soviet Union’s race to dig the deepest hole. This is particularly surprising since Hell may have been inadvertently discovered in the process.
Dir. Ashley Williams (USA)
A pregnant vegan struggles with her newfound craving for meat.
Dir. Keisha Rae Witherspoon (USA)
A film crew follows three grieving participants of Miami’s annual T Ball, where folks assemble to model R.I.P. t-shirts and innovative costumes designed in honor of their dead.
So What If The Goats Die
Dir. Sofia Alaoui (France/Morocco)
Abdellah, a young shepherd living in the mountains, is forced to brave the snow blocking him in order to get food and save this cattle. Once he gets to the village, he faces a supernatural phenomenon. Winner, Sundance Film Festival Short Film Grand Jury Prize.
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