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RICHMOND – Richmond Film Network Short Film Series – January 18th – Ticketed

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, and screens at Bow Tie Movieland.

Official selections for the January 18 Series are:

  • How to Hack Birth Control,” Sassy Mohen – Los Angeles. A satire comedy series told through the sharp wit and perky charm of the narrator Ruth who takes on everything that sex ed never told you!
  • Blue,” Robert Petrie – New York. Jules looks to the stars for answers–and encounters intergalactic villains along the way!
  • Gateway,” Christopher Cunetto – Washington, D.C. After an unusual incident, a desperate widower becomes obsessed with contacting his late wife using a fringe-science meditation technique.
  • Treasure,” Anthony Parson – Richmond. Destiny embarks on a journey in search of treasure.
  • Chimera,” Andrew Lee Ryan – Los Angeles. Set in a not-too-distant future small town, a VR life simulation junkie goes on a mission in reality to get a new dopamine game cartridge before she goes through happiness withdrawal.
  • At Last,” Lancelot Mingau – France. The weight of a choice rests on one man’s shoulders.

Anthony Parson and Christopher Cunetto are scheduled to appear for a filmmaker Q&A moderated by Maggie Lovitt (Hollywood Critics Association, Rotten Tomatoes) following the screenings.

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 day of the show. Discover new works and original storytellers in cinema!