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2014 Austin Film Festival and Conference Schedule
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Tuesday, October 28 • 10:00pm - 11:45pm
Shorts Program 1: Big Shoes, Little Feet

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The Chicken Croatia
Runtime: 15 minutes
Writer/Director: Una Gunjak
Synopsis: As a present for her 6th birthday, Selma is given a live chicken. After realizing the animal is going to be killed to feed the family, she decides to save it and set it free, unaware of the commotion such an action could cause.  
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Ruslan Germany, Russian Federation, UK
Runtime: 10 minutes
Writer/Director: Taisia Deeva (in attendance)
Synopsis: While spending time with his grandmother, a small, mischievous boy is confronted with mortality and soon becomes hysterical about the concept.    
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Also in Attendance: Wolfgang Boss

Seventh Grade US          
Runtime: 12 minutes           
Writer/Director: Stefani Saintonge (in attendance)
Synopsis: Having refused to leave behind her childhood, Patrice is forced to join the party and embrace her adolescence after a raunchy rumor threatens her best friend’s reputation. 
Also In Attendance: Brian Diggs (Cinematographer)

Juan Y La Nube Spain
Runtime: 20 minutes           
Writer: Susana Lopez Rubio
Director: Giovanni Maccelli
Synopsis: Juan is a child who doesn’t have any friends. La Nube is a cloud who doesn’t have any cloud friends. They find each other and become friends. However, Juan grows up and gets lost in the grey adult world.
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Billy the Kid Canada
Runtime: 15 minutes           
Writer: Matt Pancer
Director: Joshua Amar (in attendance)
Synopisis: Amid the American Civil War, a poverty stricken farmer, Edward McCarty, struggles with the implications of revenging his murdered wife in the face of his adolescent son.
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DOOR GOD China
Runtime: 24 minutes           
Writer/Director: Yulin Liu
Synopsis: The unrequited sentiment and presence of a special visitor for the Chinese New Year celebration enables Lingli, a young girl, to blossom into a young woman.

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Filmmakers
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Matt Pancer

Writer and Executive Producer of "Billy the Kid".



Tuesday October 28, 2014 10:00pm - 11:45pm
The Hideout Theatre