Now Playing: Canby Film Fest 2018
Oregon filmmakers will be front and center once again during Canby Film Fest 2018.
In all, nine short films will be shown at the Canby Cinema 8 Theater as part of the festival, running from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Sponsored by the Canby Public Library Foundation, the film festival offers a variety of films from Oregon filmmakers. Tickets are $10 for pre-sale, $15 at the door. Ticket are available at www.canbypubliclibraryfoundation.org or at the customer service desk at Cutsforth's Thriftway.
This year's festival entries are:
"Made You Look," by Justin Zimmerman.
A boy. A garage. A Monster. Featuring special effects by Academy Award-winner Chris Wales, and co-written by and introducing Kian.
"Dear Satan," Lindsay Scanlan.
Always be sure to proofread your outgoing letters for typos.
"The 99W," Kendra Jacobson.
A love letter to drive-in theaters and why independent cinema still matters as told through the multi-generational story of the 99W, one of three left in Oregon.
"Canned," by Justen Noll.
Three stages of production are intertwined as two siblings attempt to make a movie.
"Delilah: Or, Dammit I Got My Wish," by Angela Nordeng.
Explores the consequences of a little girl wishing to be a mermaid when she grows up.
"Geladuch," by Dylan Jahnson.
Aliens come down to Earth to welcome themselves as friends, but a certain spacewoman believes that their video game is a ploy to destroy Earth.
"Malignant," by Devin Tau.
At a hotel for the super elite, Scott's 30 year wait to confront the ghosts of his childhood pushes his sanity to the edge, provoking a drastic course of action.
"The Joy Block," by Joanie Fox.
Documents a thriving Samba community in Portland, Oregon, nurtured and cultivated by a diverse group of 30 community musicians and dancers.
"Dear Future Self," by Ray Nomoto Robison.
A woman discovers a time capsule she created over 50 years earlier and a recording that helps her realize who she has become.