SHORT FILM FEST - APRIL 29

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SHORT FILM FEST - APRIL 29

15.00

--SOLD OUT--

SUNDAY, APRIL 29
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.

Mail.Man

Letters are an endangered species in the Internet age. Mail.Man dramatically illustrates their continued importance in a moving but light-hearted fashion that shows how modern technology can actually be part of the solution. Told in the timeless, character-driven style of a Frank Capra movie, Mail.Man touches people of all ages with the power of letters to reach readers across the decades. Brought to life through the endearing experience of a veteran mail carrier, the story will make text-obsessed viewers rediscover the power and beauty of a thoughtful, well written letter or email.

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The Pooka

When a benevolent oversized rabbit finds himself at a mysteriously empty and grim house, he uncovers a solitary woman burrowed in a dark place. Not content to leave her to her current reality, he decides to motivate her catharsis, only to find that sometimes the only way out - is through. 

Nominated for Best Short and Best Actress, Brightside Tavern Film Festival. Grand Jury Prize at the Sherman Oaks Film Festival. 
 

Window Dressing

Window Dressing is a dramatic short film about a professional couple living in NYC with a newborn baby. On a cold Winter’s day in 2009, while Sara hangs curtains in the baby's room like the artist she is, Steve arrives home having been being laid off. After months of no job prospects for either of them, Steve drags his wife to see this more modest home.  A struggling real-estate agent, who simply wants to rent the belt tightening couple the apartment, unwittingly helps Sara see beyond the curtains, the window dressing, to something that truly matters.

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