Movie Night at eTown Hall - BIFF Shorts

Movie Night at eTown Hall – BIFF Shorts!

  • When: January 17, 2018 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Cost: $12 Plus Applicable Service Fees
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This month we are teaming up with the Boulder International Film Festival for a special Movie Night featuring BIFF's 2017 Shorts Program!

We'll kick off the evening with a Happy Hour in the eTown Cafe (beer, wine, and snacks for purchase) before heading into the Hall for a specially curated program of short films. Quinn Snacks will be on hand in the Cafe, providing free, non-GMO, organic popcorn for all in attendance!

Stick around after the films for conversation and community!


Doors and Happy Hour: 6:00pm
Event Start: 7:00pm
Event End: 9:30pm


THIRTY HOURS
USA, Short Documentary, 2016, 12 min

Thirty Hours

Running 100 miles is tough. Running 100 miles when you’re 72 years old is unimaginable. Unless you’re Wally Hesseltine.


ACROSS THE SEA
UK, Short Film, 2015, 10 min

Across the Sea

A boy steals a phone from a young mother on a bus in London. After browsing the contents of her phone, he becomes curious and begins to follow her. But what are his intentions and where will this obsession lead? This film explores the private worlds of mothers and children.


TIMECODE
Spain, Short Film, 2016, 15 min
Nominated for a 2017 Academy Award

Timecode

Luna and Diego are the parking lot security guards. Diego does the night shift and Luna works by day. Entertaining themselves is a challenge, but somehow they manage. SUBTITLED


SING!
Hungary, Short Film, 2016, 25 min
Nominated for a 2017 Academy Award

SING!

Zsofi is struggling to fit in at her new school; singing in the school’s famous choir is her only consolation. But the choir director may not be the inspirational teacher everyone thinks she is. It will take Zsofi and her new friend Liza to teach their teacher a lesson. SUBTITLED


PICKLE
USA, Short Documentary, 15 min

Pickle

“…Pickle has no business being as funny as it is.” INDIEWIRE

Let us reflect on the brief existence of Pickle the fish. Although he could not swim, he was lovingly cared for by a couple that kept him propped up in a sponge. Along with an obese chicken, a cat with a heart condition and a paraplegic possum, his life is a celebration of man’s eternal capacity to care for all creatures. He will be dearly missed. This film chronicles 25 years of Tom and Debbie Nicholson’s unbelievably bad luck with a bevy of rescued animals, from the eponymous Pickle the fish to an entire flock of ill-fated fowl.