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Monday, August 19 • 7:30pm - 8:32pm
Alabama Film Spotlight Night: Alabama Shorts Spotlight sponsored by Elite Hands Massage

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This is a special presentation of some Alabama-made short films. There will be a brief intermission between the narrative shorts and the documentary shorts. This shorts block will end with a Q&A with any filmmakers in attendance.

NARRATIVE

Gritted
Directed by Allison Reynolds
8 minutes ● USA
Autumn, a teenage girl, will do whatever it takes to “fix” her crooked teeth.

October 31st
Directed by Laurel Taylor
13 minutes ● USA
Something goes wrong for a group of friends at a Halloween party.

Jetty
Directed by Logan Lanier
13 minutes ● USA
Alex, a whimsical child, sneaks out of her house in search of the perfect hiding spot.

DOCUMENTARY

A Day And Two Hours Late
Directed by Greg Womble
18 minutes ● USA
Three friends recall the night they served as entourage for gonzo journalist Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, and how it changed them forever.

Anthem for the Middle-Aged Band
Directed by Rebecca Pugh
10 minutes ● USA
A local band that broke up comes back together after nearly 20 years.

Filmmakers
avatar for Greg Womble

Greg Womble

Writer, Director, WOMCOM LLC
Greg Womble is a Birmingham, Ala.-based writer whose background includes theatre, television, film, radio and new media. VISITOR TO VIRGIN PINES, a short film he wrote and directed, was accepted into the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival for 2013. Greg is co-writer of DANG THAT... Read More →
avatar for Logan Lanier

Logan Lanier

Jetty is Logan’s first professional production since making a number of student films at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. His thesis, Sister, a short film about two sisters who struggle with an abusive father, screened at the Azalea Film Festival, Tampa Bay Underground... Read More →


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