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Saturday, June 13 • 9:50pm - 11:55pm
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Greater Goode, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 13 minutes
Director: Jordan Wall 
After a botched mission resulting in the massacre of his team, Sgt Goode escapes the enemy, only to discover the real enemy may be closer to home. Confined in a room with his superior officer, a cat and mouse game ensues with secrets revealed and painful truths rising to the surface.

Settling Mascotte, US
Florida Premiere
Runtime: 4 minutes
Director: Drew Perlmutter
Archibald Gano was a pioneer in the Central Florida farming industry. Though he played such a pivotal role in the development of early Florida agriculture, today his legacy is but a thing of the past. Settling Mascotte is a micro-documentary chronicling the pursuits of a man who's fruitful life left a mark on land that now lies empty of all his traces.

Caster's Blog: A Geek Love Story, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 16 minutes
Director: Austin McKinley 
Ray Caster has no idea how to talk to girls. He coasts through life in Sarasota, Florida, writing his blog about beer, pizza and Star Trek. So when he meets Shadoe Beaupre—quite possibly the coolest, most perfect girl he can imagine—he’s completely unprepared. 
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M-Theory, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 16 minutes
Director: TL Westgate
Saving the world has unintended consequences.
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Sunny Side, US
Bradenton Premiere 
Runtime: 11 min
Director: Trishul Thejasvi
The Sunny Side takes us on a short, self-affirming journey through the entire life of a person, from the 1960's to the present day.
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Hidden Heart, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 6 minutes
Director: Susan Gallagher
When life gets muddy, put on your big girl boots. After Jodie's dysfunctional family falls apart and she's betrayed by a friend, she finds relief in the strength and humor of her boot stomping Aunt Viva Lea.
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Screen Memory, US
Florida Premiere
Runtime: 6 minutes
Director: Alison Laura Fletcher
Screen Memory tells the story of my mother's encounter with the astronaut John Glenn in 1961. The film makes use of found images borrowed from historical books and web pages featuring the NASA space program, as well as more personal family photos of my mother and her life in Florida in the early 1960's.
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May I have 5, Please?, US
World Premiere
Runtime: 3 minutes
Director: John C. Jones
A man who is looking to party leaves his house to meet up with a shady character. Upon his return home a few thugs are waiting for him. Are they looking for revenge or something even more sinister? 
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Lean, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 8 minutes
Director: Kevin James O'Neill
An older African American male looks back on his life and the event drastically changed it.  The story revolves around the loss of innocence in his childhood. 
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Only Iron Rusts, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 8 minutes
Director: Mark Zampella
Only Iron Rusts investigates the cause and effect of oxidation through the eyes of puppets fashioned from tin cans. Told in mockumentary style and shot in noirish black and white, the story at first resembles a 50s health class training film before quickly evolving into an existential visual treatise. 
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1954, US
Bradenton Premiere
Runtime: 22 minutes
Director: Gary Grant
The year, 1954, might not stand out in history books.  However, for those seeking a “real” ghost tour, the date is a milestone.  What took place then provides a paranormal gateway now, with an invitation that shouldn’t be accepted lightly.
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Saturday June 13, 2015 9:50pm - 11:55pm EDT
MANATEE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 502 3RD AVENUE WEST, BRADENTON, FL 34205

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