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2015 Macon Film Festival Schedule
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Saturday, July 18 • 11:45am - 1:30pm
Narrative Shorts Block - Chance Encounters

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I’VE JUST HAD A DREAM

Total Run Time: 7:30
Director: JAVI NAVARRO 
Country of Origin: Spain
Ratings: None
Synopsis: Irene is eight and she just woke up from a horrible dream.


THE FUTURE PERFECT

Total Run Time: 11:00 
Director: Nick Citton
Country of Origin: Canada
Ratings: None
Synopsis: Somewhere between then and now, a time traveler defies his orders, and compromises a future he cannot un-learn.


THE BRAVEST THE BOLDEST

Total Run Time: 17:00 
Director: Moon Molson
Country of Origin: USA
Ratings: Language
Synopsis: A young mother in a Harlem housing project realizes the arrival of two uniformed soldiers brings news she can't bring herself to accept. 

RAIN

Total Run Time: 13:00 
Director: Kristen McGary
Country of Origin: USA
Ratings: Nudity
Synopsis: The poetic path of a homeless man to the same field every year leads us to the devastating reason for his journey.

TIL THEN

Total Run Time: 21:00 
Director: Benjamin Wolf
Country of Origin: Germany/USA
Ratings: None
Synopsis: Albert and Marta, both in their late 70s, live across the street from one another in a bustling section of Berlin's Mitte district. Every day at 9am, the two neighbors meet - each in their perspective windows - to watch the world unfold below them. One morning, the clock strikes nine but there is no sign of Albert. Set against the backdrop of a rapidly gentrifying Berlin, BIS GLEICH tells the story of two people who share a daily ritual, but have never actually met. Their unspoken connection deepens when, one day, they are forced to face the inevitable...together.

UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

Total Run Time: 36:00
Director: Kirsten Russell 
Country of Origin: France/USA
Ratings: Language, Nudity
Synopsis: When Dan wakes up after his first night in Paris after a black-out one night stand he comes to find out that the woman in bed next to him doesn't speak any English while he speaks no French. But for two lost people who will stop at nothing to avoid involvement, the lack of communication is the perfect scenario for staying unattached. A risk-free liaison that might stay anonymous as long as the events from the night before remain unremembered.


Saturday July 18, 2015 11:45am - 1:30pm EDT
Douglass Theatre 355 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Macon, Georgia 31201

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