Nimble and exact.



Animation, 90 minutes
Monday, April 4, 2016, 7:00PM — 7 Stages Theatre
Presented in partnership with ASIFA-Atlanta

teeth | directed by Daniel Gray and Tom Brown, United Kingdom/Hungary/USA, 6:00
This is the story of a man with a misguided and intense focus—one which started in his youth and carried into old age. His life events are chronicled through the loss of his teeth and how his obsessive efforts to amend what was damaged bring on yet further destruction.

BAMPA | directed by Daniel Evans, United Kingdom, 3:25
An animated documentary in which a grandson shares the emotional experience of his grandfather's mental health deterioration due to Alzheimer's disease.

Shell All | directed by Zaven Najjar, France, 9:00
Beirut 1982. To reach his fiancé, Gabriel, 20, has to cross a bridge guarded by numerous snipers. All the city is waiting for tonight’s opening match of the 1982 football world cup. Will the snipers allow Gabriel and his friend Mokthar to cross?

I'm Good With Plants | directed by Thomas Harnett O'Meara, United Kingdom, 8:00
Tim lives in a greenhouse suspended by a crane above the city. He has two wishes in life: to steal the office plant next to the water cooler at work, and to meet Francesca, the hotline operator he calls each day from a phone box in the street.

In Other Words | directed by Tal Kantor, Israel, 6:00
A man recalls a moment of a lost opportunity to communicate with his daughter. Their brief meeting after years undermines his world and renders his words meaningless.
Director Tal Kantor scheduled to attend.

The Loneliest Stoplight | directed by Bill Plympton, USA, 6:18
The life and times of a neglected stoplight.

Golden Shot | directed by Gökalp Gönen, Turkey, 8:40
Rusty machines living in small houses imagine that the sun will come and take them to the sky someday. A small light keeps them alive and dreaming. But one of the machines has a plan to see the sun himself.

The Little Boy | directed by Mona Abdollahshahi, Iran, 7:35
People are leaving a town by the order of military, but one little boy doesn't want to follow them. He wants to complete his own mission…

Remember | directed by Shunsaku Hayashi, Japan, 9:24
Leaving home, a man got a phone call. When he answers it, his house explodes. As if nothing had happened, he went to work.

After the End directed by Sam Southward, United Kingdom, 11:03
For René Fustercluck, life was bad, the Apocalypse was awful, and then Gordon arrived. “After the End” is the world's first post-apocalyptic rom-com suggesting that the only thing worse than being the last man on earth, is being the second to last man on earth.
Director Sam Southward and Producer Ellie Tobin scheduled to attend.

Edmond | directed by Nina Gantz, United Kingdom, 9:25
A funny and dark story of a man with cannibalistic urges who travels back through his life, looking for the root of his unhappiness.


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