Wednesday, July 24, 5:30 pm

Program 37

@ Laemmle NOHO

BLACK {title here}
United States / Comedy / 28 mins

Director/Writer: Sev DeMy

Producer: Sev DeMy, L. Maxwell McKissick

Cast: Rome Green Jr, Rufus Burns

Today is James' day off but he didn't realize everything else was going to be a little off too.

Kismet
United States / Drama / 13 mins

Director: Mike Smith

Writer: Z LaPorte Airey, Connor Fitzgerald

Producer: Ruby Kaye, Samson Day

Cast: Louisa Mignone, Caroline Day

The kidnapping of a young girl in an isolated mountain town forces two female police officers -- one local, one state -- into a disturbing and polarizing investigation of the community.

Peggy
United States / Comedy / 12 mins

Director/Writer: Justin O'Neal Miller

Producer: J Christopher Campbell

Cast: Sarah Blackman, Josh Warren, Jason MacDonald

Everything seems to work out perfectly for Peggy, but her social graces are put to the test when she is surrounded by admiring and covetous parents at a birthday party for her eight-year-old son. Chaos ensues.

Parkway
United States / Drama / 12 mins

Director/Writer: Ryan Vaughan

Producer: Gracie Corapi

Cast: Sarah Brown Carter, Ben Burton, Olivia Cohen

Virginia detectives discover an unsettling truth while investigating a crime scene off the Colonial Parkway. Inspired by true events in the 1980s.

Just One Night
United States / Drama / 12 mins

Director/Writer: Sahar Jahani

Producer: Mariyam Mahbub, Melina Lizette, Ashim Ahuja

Two best friends at a crossroads in life, put aside their religious convictions to go to a bar for the first time. In this night, secrets are surfaced and their relationship is put to the test.

How Does It Start
United States / Drama / 15 mins

Director/Writer: Amber Sealey 

Producer: Matt Miller, Mridu Chandra 

Cast: Lola Wayne Villa

It’s 1983 and 12-year-old Rain wants sex, the only problem is she has no idea what that means. With her self-absorbed parents distracted by their recent divorce, Rain is left alone to navigate the complexities of love and adulthood, and learns to do it her own way.

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