Ok, it’s almost here, the premiere of TvFILM season five. Below you’ll find a convenient schedule of the what, who, and when for our new season.
Fade up on season five:
June 16, 2013 at 10:30pm
Her Telling Heart – Heidi Elizabeth
Edgar Allan Poeʼs timeless chiller The Tell-Tale Heart gets a feminist perspective and a suspenseful new twist in this short film from award-winning director Eli Meissner.
Secret Chamber - Jason van Staveren
This film is a short re-seeing of the design and spending flaws of a bureaucratic system. A lost room below the SUNY Albany campus is imagined as a secret chamber, and its accessibility considered on different terms.
Random Acts of Kindness - Joe Glickman
An upbeat short, with a 'Happy-Go-Lucky' feel to it, this film highlights the happiness that random acts of kindness bring to people of all ages and genders.
June 23, 2013 at 10:30pm
Save The Date – Mike Feurstein
In this short comedy, two women make a bad date worse before they discover the secret behind some well-timed advice.
quit job. press play - Nathan Meltz
A story of labor in three parts, told in a dada collage-meets-stop motion animation style. Technology’s influence on the institutions of school, war, and the factory are explored through the use of robotic characters that struggle to escape jobs that threaten to bore, brainwash, and kill them.
June 30, 2013 at 10:30PM
Un Baiser - Kevin Craig West and Sabeen Pervez
Enlisting the help of a porous celebrity, a determined man relentlessly pesters a beautiful woman for one kiss.
Bobby Undead - Mark Fiske and John Glenn
This mockumentary follows the story of Bobby and his close loved ones. In a terrible accident, Bobby ingested some strange virus that has killed him and taken over his body, extensively turning him into a zombie.
July 7, 2013 at 10:30pm
Howard Stoner/Urban Farmer - Anthony Salamone
This short film is truly a collision of two passions: baking bread and the growing of grain. You can’t have one without the other.
day snow| night snow - Marty Hardin
A look at snow fall, in daylight and at night, and the transformation of the world on which it falls.
More Than Hair – Dorothy Davila
The story of Dorothy Davila and her hair. Diagnosed at 18, but noticing its effects much earlier, alopecia has infiltrated every aspect of her life, even dance. However, through these hardships she proves she is more than just hair.
July 14, 2013 at 10:30pm
The Notebook - Scott Danni
In a small town, on a quiet homestead, you never know who you may have breakfast with.
Space Nurses - Mike Feurstein
A young boy uses his special gift to try to repair a family divide, but everyone needs something extra from the stars before their heart light fades away.
DxONE - Dan Masucci
A family experiences ups and downs while coming to terms with their son's diagnosis with type 1 diabetes.
July 21, 2013 at 10:30pm
Black Creek - John W. Yost
After his release from prison, Josh tries to convince his family to move from this universe to the next through quantum suicide. Unfortunately his sacrifice does nothing but shatter his family.
Rappin' for Godot - Stephen Blauweiss and Gilles Malkine
The elusive humorists Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine present the breakthrough play of Samuel Beckett, as it might be performed by a hapless pair of academic rappers. The entire three-hour play is condensed into four minutes of nonstop hip-hop, with no intermission.