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A rollicking ride through nine short filmes form Oregon filmmakers set to debut Oct. 10

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.

'The 99W' is one of the short films at this year's film fest.

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.

Intermission.

"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.

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