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Sunday, October 21 • 3:35pm - 5:05pm
Best of Phoenix Film Festival Short Films

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Best of 2018 Phoenix Film Festival Shorts
Run Time: 90 minutes
Screening Time:
Sunday, October 21st, 3:35 pm

Night Call – Best College Short
Directed by: Amanda Renee Knox
Synopsis:  When a Black female cop living in and patrolling Inglewood gets called to a disturbance, she is forced to make an unprecedented life altering decision.
Control – Best Live Action Short
Directed by: Kimmy Gatewood
Synopsis: A woman suffering from OCD writes a suicide note that turns into a suicide binder.
Stealing Silver – Best World Cinema Short
Directed by:  Mark Lobatto
Synopsis:  A woman confronting a painful time in her life after she discovers the truth about a mysterious old man living across from her.
Mott Haven – Best Documentary Short
Directed by: Kyle Morrison
Synopsis: In the aftermath of a student’s murder, a social worker rallies the community to prepare for a show in his honor.
The Driver is Red – Best Animated Short
Directed by:  Randall Christopher
Synopsis:  Argentina, 1960: this true crime documentary follows the hunt for one of the highest ranking Nazi war criminals.

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