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Spring Showcase ‘Local Shorts’ Program

  • 120 mins

Join us to watch locally produced short films that pack a lot of action, drama and laughs in just a few minutes.  Get into the groove when passion, purpose and salsa dancing collide as Gio tries to find himself within complicated family dynamics in ‘Fuego’.  Get freaked out when an apathetic police unit brings in a mysterious young woman to help solve a grisly homicide in ‘Touch’.  And feel the tension rising when a young woman with nothing to lose visits a beachside commune in Tijuana in ‘Like Honey’.  Watch these shorts and more at the  San Diego Film Week ‘Spring Showcase Shorts Program” featuring short films all made in San Diego by local filmmakers,

Held at the beautiful Museum of Photographic Arts.

Date: Saturday,  March 18th, 2023

Location: Museum of Photographic Arts

Schedule:

5:00 PM: Doors open and cash bar

6:00: Screening

7:30: Filmmaker Q & A

In this program


MAYA

Directed by Austin Gil, Hanna Kuster, Sophie Harasha, Yezy Suh

Maya, an adopted teenager, struggles to understand her cultural identity and relationship with her mother after discovering her hidden baby photos.

Some of These Days

Directed by OSCAR PEREZ

A young man reflects on a special time in his life.

SNAPP

Directed by Ryan Kelly

A whole new way to date online…and in the Multiverse!

Like Honey

Directed by Nicole Valencia

A young woman with nothing to lose visits a beachside commune in Tijuana and gets caught up in a whirlwind of psychedelic drugs and healing practices, only to realize that this cult might not be paradise after all.

A Summer Night In San Diego

Directed by Carlos Ivan Escobosa

With the help of his friends, Grayson must overcome his fears in this coming-of-age tale set in sunny San Diego.

Touch

Directed by Justin Burquist

An apathetic police unit brings in a mysterious young woman to help solve a grisly homicide.

FUEGO Short Film

Directed by Edwin FrankO

Passion, purpose and salsa dancing collide as Gio tries to find himself within complicated family dynamics.

LIFE Happens

Directed by James Dubbeldam

Martin wakes up in a lifeless room, oddly similar to his own. Any other time he would be terrified, but he knows what has to happen next.
Four outfits from his past hang in the empty closet. Each one takes him on a journey.
Where is he going?

Dates & Times

Museum of Photographic Arts

March 18, 2023
6:00 pm