Shortly After BIFF – Best of BIFF Short Film Benefit. Food, Film, & Fun sponsored by Made In Nature.

  • When: March 20, 2015 Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Cost: $40 Plus Applicable Service Fees
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Shortly After BIFF – Best of BIFF Short Film Benefit

Food, Film, & Fun sponsored by Made In Nature

Doors & Event Start: 6:00pm
Film Start: 7:00pm
Event End: 9:30pm

film still of two young boys walking with birds on their shoulders

 

Miffed that you missed the Boulder International Film Festival? Don’t fret. Join us for a great evening to benefit BIFF with delicious and inspired organic food, drinks, prizes and lots of fun, provided by Made In Nature. Following the fun, we’ll be showing the Best Shorts reel at eTown Hall. Don’t miss it the second time around – or better yet, come see them again!

 



Sprout

South Korea, Short Film, 2013, 20 min
Winner at the Aspen Shortsfest

Bory, a 7-year-old girl, goes to the market to get sprouts, meanders through sunlit gardens and people's houses, watches a stick-ball game and listens to people's conversations on the street. On the way back from the market, though, she gets lost and wanders through the living room of a very old man in a straw hat. He seems friendly, but can he help her find her way?

Subtitled
Directed by Ga-eun Yoon

 



Pony Place

Netherlands, Short Film, 2013, 11 min
Winner at the Aspen ShortsFest

When young Emma is prohibited from taking her iPad on holiday, she asks her Grandma to look after her realistic digital horse farm. The task proves a bit more stressful than Grandma and Grandpa expected.

Subtitled
Directed by Joost Reijmers

 



Rabbit

France/USA, Short Film, 2014, 17 min
Direct to BIFF from Sundance 2015

With a possibility of reducing her sentence in a Washington maximum-security prison, a female prisoner volunteers for the prison pet partnership program (PPPP). Now, alone in her cell, she struggles to connect with Alex, the rabbit.

Directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre

 



Boogaloo and Graham

United Kingdom (Northern Ireland), Short Film, 2014, 14 min
Nominated for a 2015 Academy Award

Jamesy and Malachy are over the moon when their soft-hearted dad presents them with two baby chicks to care for. Raising their tiny charges, declaring themselves vegetarian and dreaming of running a chicken farm, the two boys are in for a shock when their parents announce that big changes are coming to the family.

Directed by Michael Lennox

 



Every Day

USA, Short Documentary, 2014, 12 min
Direct to BIFF from Sundance 2015

At 86, Joy Johnson is well known on the “Today Show” where she appeared after every race to get a kiss from Al Roker. She didn’t start running until age 60, and in 2013, she was the oldest woman to ever run the New York City Marathon. Her time was a respectable eight hours, but her best time at the marathon, in 1999, was three hours, 55 minutes. Joy, in person, is exactly like her name implies.

Directed by Gabe Spitzer