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Friday, October 31 • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
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  • Quicken (dir. Adam Remsen / 4 min.)
    A pregenant woman finds that the universe is on her side.
  • Open House (dir. Libby Brawley & Beth Halldorson / 7 min.)
    If you need to sell your home, Tom and Gillian Jones might be the last realtors that you'll ever meet. 
  • El Caballo (dir. Jonathan Castillo / 5 min.)
    A dark romantic comedy about love lost, found, and then tragically lost again; forever.
  • Friendly Faces (dir. Robert Rowan / 8 min.)
    The two best friends in the whole world spend a day together.
  • Snack Time (dir. Will Bryson / 15 min.)
    A broke college student is held at gun point by an elderly mugger who has a lot of opinions about the student's life.
  • The Bureau of Short-Term Affairs (dir. Bryan Artiles / 15 min.)
    Handsome newcomer Mark seeks a short-term affair at an eccentric bureau committed to matching clients to the wrong people. 
  • Tattered Vows (dir. Christopher Raines / 12 min.)
    Tattered Vows is a film about an abused woman who is advised by her new friend to hire a hit man to take out her husband.
  • Closed (dir. Garrett Atkinson / 13 min.)
    Three bar owners close down shop for a few moments to conduct a second, seedier business. Things take a turn when one of the owners receives an unexpected visitor.
  • Turning & Looking (dir. Dave Godbout / 14 min.)
    Veronia returns home to an empty house.  Her roommte Suzanne is nowhere to be found.  Over the nest few days, peculiar things being to happen. 
  • Fade To Black (dir. Donald Meyers / 8 min.)
    An elderly man realizes that his Parkinson's disease is advancing and he has to face the reality that his creative interests are diminishing. 
  • Hirsch (dir. Chad Allen Barton & Patrick Churvis / 15 min.)
    A fledgling copy-cat artist is at an old age, Hirsch finds himself in another time, where all of his worst fears are confirmed. 

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Friday October 31, 2014 6:30pm - 8:30pm CDT
*Playhouse on the Square 66 S Cooper St, Memphis, TN 38104

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