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Oscar Short Film Festival / Live Action

February 23, 2014 @ 5:00 PM

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pictured above Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me)

Feb 14 – March 2 (scroll to the bottom for a full schedule)

AT THE BUSKIRK-CHUMLEY THEATER

On Sunday, February 23rd the Live Action and Animation programs will be screened at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the BCT box office or online. One program would be $7, an Oscar Pass for both would be $10. Tickets on the day of show would be $8.50 and $12.50 respectively. The Animation program, by the way, is appropriate for children. You can purchase tickets in advance here… http://www.bctboxoffice.com/

At the screenings you can vote for your favorite film (or the film that you think will win the Oscar) – pick the winning film and  you will win a complimentary ticket to another Ryder movie and be entered into a contest for Dinner for Two at Farm or the Uptown Cafe.

LIVE ACTION PROGRAM (113 min)

“Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me)” (Director: Esteban Crespo). Synopsis: Paula, a Spanish aid worker, has an encounter with an African child soldier named Kaney.

 “Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just before Losing Everything)” (Directors: Xavier Legrand and Alexandre Gavras). Synopsis: Miriam has left her abusive husband and taken refuge with her children in the local supermarket where she works.

 “Helium” (Directors Anders Walter and Kim Magnusson). Synopsis: A dying boy finds comfort in the tales of a magical land called HELIUM, told to him by the hospital janitor.

 “Pitääkö Mun Kaikki Hoitaa? (Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?)” (Directors: Selma Vilhunen and Kirsikka Saari). Synopsis: Sini tries frantically to get her family ready to leave for a wedding, but her husband and two children are interfering with her efforts.

 “The Voorman Problem” (Directors: Mark Gill and Baldwin Li). Synopsis: A psychiatrist is called to a prison to examine an inmate named Voorman, who is convinced he is a god. Fans of Sherlock on PBS will recognize a familiar face.

ANIMATED PROGRAM (102 min)

 “Feral” (Directors Daniel Sousa and Dan Golden). Synopsis: A wild boy who has grown up in the woods is found by a hunter and returned to civilization.

 “Get a Horse!” (Directors: Lauren MacMullan and Dorothy McKim). Synopsis: Mickey Mouse and his friends are enjoying a wagon ride until Peg-Leg Pete shows up with plans to ruin their day.

 “Mr. Hublot” (Directors: Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares). Synopsis: The eccentric, isolated Mr. Hublot finds his carefully ordered world disrupted by the arrival of Robot Pet.

 “Possessions” (Director: Shuhei Morita).  Synopsis: A man seeking shelter from a storm in a dilapidated shrine encounters a series of household objects inhabited by goblin spirits.

 “Room on the Broom” (Directors: Max Lang and Jan Lachauer). Synopsis: A genial witch and her cat are joined on their broom by several friends as they set off on an adventure.

 DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM A (95 min)

 “The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life” (Directors:  Malcolm Clarke and Nicholas Reed). Synopsis: At 109, Alice Herz Sommer is the world’s oldest pianist…and its oldest Holocaust survivor. At the heart of her remarkable story of courage and endurance is her passion for music.

 “Karama Has No Walls” (Director: Sara Ishaq). Synopsis: When protesters in Yemen added their voices to those of other nations during the Arab Spring, the government responded with an attack that left 53 people dead and inspired widespread sympathy throughout the country.

 “Facing Fear” (Director: Jason Cohen). Synopsis: As a gay 13-year-old, Matthew Boger endured a savage beating at the hands of a group of neo-Nazis. Twenty-five years later, he meets one of them again by chance.

 DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM B (85 min)

“Cavedigger” (Director Jeffrey Karoff). Synopsis: New Mexico environmental sculptor Ra Paulette carves elaborately designed and painstakingly executed sandstone caves, driven by an artistic vision that often brings him into conflict with his patrons.

 “Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall” (Director: Edgar Barens).  Synopsis: In a maximum security prison, the terminally ill Jack Hall faces his final days with the assistance of hospice care provided by workers drawn from the prison population.

Oscar Shorts Schedule

Feb 14 on Campus
Animation 7:00 IU Fine Arts Upstairs
Live Action 7:30 IU Woodburn Hall
Documentary (A) 9:00 IU Fine Arts Upstairs

Feb 15 on Campus
Animation 4:00 & 7:00  IU Fine Arts Upstairs
Live Action 7:30 Woodburn Hall
Documentary (Program A) 6:00  Fine Arts Downstairs
Documentary (Program B) 7:45  IU Fine Arts Downstairs

Feb 16 at Bear’s Place
Animation 5:30
Live Action 7:45

Feb 19 at the Back Door
Animation 7:00

Feb 21 on Campus
Animation 6:30 IU Fine Arts Upstairs
Live Action 6:45 IU Woodburn Hall
Documentary (A) 8:30 IU Fine Arts Up
Documentary (B) 9:00 IU Woodburn Hall

Feb 22 on Campus
Animation 4:00 and 7:00  IU Fine Arts Upstairs
Live Action 7:30  Woodburn Hall
Documentary (Program A) 6:30 IU Fine Arts Downstairs
Documentary ( Program B) 8:15 IU Fine Arts Downstairs

Sunday, Feb 23 at the Buskirk Chumley Theater
Animation 2:30 & 7:30
Live Action 5:00

Sunday, Feb 23 at Bear’s Place
Documentary Program A 5:30
Documentary Program B 7:30

Feb 26 at the Back Door
Live Action 7:00

Feb 28 on Campus
Animation 7:00 IU Fine Arts Upstairs
Live Action 7:30 IU Woodburn Hall
Documentary (B) 9:00 IU Fine Arts Upstairs

March 1 on Campus
Animation 4:00 & 7:00 Fine Arts Upstairs
Documentary (Program A) 6:30 Fine Arts Downstairs
Live Action 7:30 Woodburn Hall
Documentary (Program B) 8:15 IU Fine Arts Downstairs

March 2 at Bear’s Place
Documentary Program A  5:30
Documentary Program B  7:30

Details

Date:
February 23, 2014
Time:
5:00 PM

Venue

Buskirk-Chumley Theater
104 East Kirkwood Ave
Bloomington, IN 47401
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Phone:
812 339.2002
Website:
www.theryder.com