Saturday, August 8 • 12:15pm - 2:15pm
Shorts Package: Permanent Ghosts

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"What we remember from childhood we remember forever. Permanent ghosts, stamped, inked, imprinted, eternally seen." ― Cynthia Ozick 

| Directed by Delphine Girard | 18 min. Belgium, 2014. US premiere. 
Early summer. Moving house. Between games in the garden and packing boxes, 11-year-old Adele decides to send a message to her future self in case she should forget all the different elements that make up her life. Adele wants to capture it all even if that means staging the parts that aren't quite as she would like, or bullying everyone around her, or even no longer living in the present.

La Detesteuse | Directed by Faustine Cros | 11 min. Belgium/France, 2015. World premiere. 
Often I think I remember my childhood, but I realize it was a story I've been told, a picture, a family movie. I begin to doubt. How to be sure if it really took place, when the memory hasn't left a trace, a picture, a family movie.

Catching Fireflies | Directed by Lee Whittaker | 20 min. USA, 2015.
A little Latina girl attempts to escape the rigors and misfortunes of living on Los Angeles' Skid Row through the power of her mystical imagination while simultaneously trying to protect the bond with her addict mother.

Piss & Vinegar | Directed by Tatyana Beloy | 6 min. Belgium, 2014.
A portrait of a young girl living with her stepfather in a state of omerta.

Marina's Ocean | Directed by Cássio Pereira dos Santos | 17 min. Brazil, 2014. 
A 15-year-old girl with special needs starts a personal journey to visit the sea for the first time.

Everything All At Once | Directed by Eleanor Wilson | 14 min. USA, 2015. New England premiere. 
In the midst of private turmoil, a young woman takes a suffocating ride to the train station with her Mother, Aunt and Grandmother. They navigate each other's quirks and memories while trying to identify the incessant beep coming from somewhere in the car. A short film about aging, shifting roles and the unbearable need for family

To Dust Return | Directed by Chris Peters | 10 min. USA, 2015. East Coast premiere. 
Sam Jaeger and Jennifer Morrison play a couple struggling to cope with the death of their newborn son. In his despair, the husband must transform how he sees his wife and find a way to accept her dark wisdom.

Saturday August 8, 2015 12:15pm - 2:15pm EDT
Paff Theatre at URI URI Continuing Ed, 80 Washington Street, Providence, RI 02903

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