Juice

2018 | USA | 11 min.

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Shorts by MSU Students
Old Town Playhouse Sat, Aug 4, 2018 12:00 PM
Michigan State’s talented student filmmakers return to TCFF with eight fantastic shorts. In Kyle Brow’s Anya's Greencard, Bobby moves to India to work in a tech company where he experiences reverse brain-drain. Detritus, by Tyler Vetier, follows a mysterious forest man running for his life, only to be caught in an ongoing cycle of violence. Over a single night, a young man finds connections with people whose lives are as complex as his own in Carlos Mario Mendoza’s SONDER. In his timely and relatable film Almost Human, Ian Hall tells the story of technophobe, Vincent, who struggles to connect with two women dependent on their cellphones. Created by Bradley Coster as a pilot for a web-series, in Rebel Rebel Ep. 1, a lonely geek nostalgic for the 80s uses a night out as a means for music, escapism, and violence. Juice, by Zoe Kissel, is a short neo-noir science fiction film following a young addict’s growing withdr
Film Info
Section:Short Films
Original Title:2018
Release Year:11 min.
Runtime:Short Narrative
Premiere Status:World Premiere
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Zoe Kissel
Leila Kissel
Anthony Picciuto
Dylan Kissel
Produced by:Zoe Kissel
Screenwriter:Zoe Kissel
Cinematography:Zoe Kissel
Editing By:Russ Kissel
Music By:Zoe Kissel
Executive Producer:Christian Kolo

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