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AFMX 2023 FESTIVAL – Block #11: Narrative Shorts

/ September 29, 2023 1:30 pm

The event

Join us as we celebrate these talented narrative short films and filmmakers!

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Party Foul, Directed by Jackie Geary

Two roommates host a Victorian-themed murder mystery party at their new house. All goes according to plan until the game takes a dark turn, leaving the girls in quite a pickle. And not just because they whiffed on party favors….

Mia & The Skeletons’ Night From Hell, Directed by Ryan Maples

When a rival band’s music turns their audience into demons, a newly broken-up punk group must band together to survive a literal night from Hell. A short teaser film setting up the larger story.

Big Al, Directed by Michael E. Ravich

A human form of the algorithm causes trouble for a young woman looking for love.

A Bad Romance, Directed by Bex Bradshaw

When Maggie, a love-starved hopeless romantic, meets Melvin, a double dealing loser in an online forum for the lovers of classic romantic cinema, she’s hopeful he’s her real life Romeo. But after their promising date takes them back to his house, a surprise visit from Melvin’s suspicious business associates starts to derail her hopes of a happily ever after.

The Forgotten Place, Directed by Oscar Rene Lozoya

A man goes on an interview to be someone’s best friend.

Cardiff, Directed by Sarah Smith

A down on his luck gay bear finds unexpected romance with his best friend’s paramour, hilariously exposing carefully held secrets amongst his circle of friends.

The Word, Directed by Rob Neilson

The 1% decide to give reparations to all African Americans…but there’s a catch.


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