From the producer of the Richmond 48 Hour Film Project and creator of the VHSL Film Festival comes the Richmond Film Network Short Film Series. This event showcases innovative short, independent film submissions from diverse, new and emerging cinematic creators from Richmond and beyond.
Official selections for this month’s Series taking place Wednesday, February 15 at 7 p.m. at Bow Tie Movieland are:
Wireless [Drama 15:00] – David Fritzson, Richmond
James, an aging baby-boomer, arrives just after closing at a local cell phone store seeking help with a smartphone. Derek, an empathetic employee, tries to create a connection across generations.
What to Watch [Comedy10:25] – Clarence Williams, IV, Los Angeles
Two friends have a hard time deciding what movie to watch.
Sam’s Town [Drama 11:30] – Carter Dodd, Denver
A sudden death in the family causes Sam, a fragile young man, to abruptly spiral down a rabbit hole.
The Worst [Web/New Media 14:00] – Kat Vivaldi, Richmond
This comedic series follows an awkward, angsty black male as he shows how dating life as a young adult can truly be… The Worst!
Safe Word [LGBTQ Drama 15:00] – Christopher Cunetto, Washington, D.C.
Cesar, an emotionally stunted masochist, must confront his self-loathing after his dom, Bear, reinterprets the rules of their game.
Come for the films. Stay for the Q&A! Screening will be followed by a talkback with filmmakers David Fritzson and Kat Vivaldi from Richmond, and executive producer/actor Mauricio Pita from Washington, D.C.
See the films. Meet the filmmakers. Be inspired.