SHORT FILM FEST - MAY 2

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SHORT FILM FEST - MAY 2

15.00

--SOLD OUT--

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
7PM

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MOORINGS PARK

SHEFFIELD THEATRE, MOORINGS PARK
120 MOORINGS PARK DR, NAPLES, FL 34105

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Judy Copeland (The StayInMay Short Film Fest Director and Naples’ own actor & film producer) brings the best new independent films and filmmakers to Naples for the 2018 StayInMay Festival.  Join us in discovering emerging talent and celebrating the cutting edge of cinematic story tellers.  All of the films screened have won prestigious awards and can only be seen at festivals---not available in theatres.  Throughout the three nights of the short film fest, Judy will bring filmmakers, actors, and producers to interact with the audience.  Join us in the comfort and intimacy of the Sheffield Theatre at Moorings Park for these remarkable films.

Road to Jericho

Twenty-nine year old struggling screenwriter Carter Morris, finally gets the opportunity to pitch to a Hollywood executive when he learns that producer Buddy Paxton is flying into Philadelphia – tonight. Concocting a scheme to pitch Paxton his passion project, Carter carjacks a taxicab and heads for the airport. Moments after stealing the cab, Carter looks into the mirror to find an elderly woman alone in the back seat. Together the two unlikely acquaintances embark on a Philly-wide misadventure, and learn a little something about life along the way.

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The Waiting Room

Janet waits for her husband to meet her in heaven, but when he shows up, he has his current wife with him.

The Waiting Room has been nominated for 13 awards and won:

Atlantic City Cinefest
BEST DIRECTOR WINNER: Debra Markowitz

Brightside Tavern Film Festival
BEST ACTRESS WINNER:  Jennifer Jiles
 

Talk To Me

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A burned out therapist of a certain age decides she doesn't want to be around crazy people anymore. As she searches for a new job, she realizes that the bosses who interview her are crazier than her patients. And she finds her true calling in life.

Talk To Me has won five film awards, including Best Florida Film at the Bonita Springs International Film Festival and Best Director at the Long Island Film Festival.