Eastern Oregon Film Festival announces the official 2011 short film selection. Each feature film for this year’s festival will be preceded by one of these great short films.


A Face Fixed

DIRECTOR: ANDREW DROZ PALERMO
19 MINUTES
Thursday, Oct. 21 : 7:00pm
Precedes Resurrect Dead

Lost in a deep depression, a young man finds boxes of home videos and photographs of his parents creation, which shed light onto his broken home and give perspective on young love and fatherhood.

 


Kosmos

DIRECTOR: FANTAVIOUS FRITZ
15 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 12:35pm
Followed by  Green

A 16mm surrealist tale of adventure that follows a young man’s search for purpose.

 

 


To Say Goodbye

DIRECTOR: JASON HEADLEY
19 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 2:50pm
Followed by   Cirkus Columbia


A man works for a company called Care-A-Spondence, writing letters people won’t write for themselves. When he’s assigned to write a woman’s suicide note, he finds making a living isn’t so easy when someone might end up dying.

 


Veterans

DIRECTOR: VALERIE BISCHOFF
13 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 5:30pm
Followed by   The Last Mountain
Everything changes for Diamond, the fallen star of a Nevada brothel,
after a unique encounter with a young Veteran.

 

 


The Strange Ones

DIRECTOR: CHRISTOPHER RADCLIFF & LAUREN WOLKSTEIN
14 MINUTES
Friday, Oct. 21 : 8:20pm
Followed by   Dragonslayer


A man and a boy, traveling to an unknown destination, find respite in a motel swimming pool. On the surface all seems normal, but nothing is what it seems to be.

 


Summer Snapshot

DIRECTOR: IAN MCCLUSKEY
10 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 11:00am
Followed by   Country Story

A group of friends in their 20s drive along winding forest roads, hike a secret trail, and spend a summer afternoon skinny-dipping, strumming guitars, and circling a campfire.

 

 

 


We’re Leaving

DIRECTOR: ZACHARY TREITZ
12 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 11:00am
Followed by   Bad Fever

Rusty has to find a new place to live with his wife and his teenage American alligator, Chopper.

 

 

 


Pioneer

DIRECTOR: DAVID LOWERY
16 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 6:00pm
Followed by   Press Pause Play


A father tells his son the most epic bedtime story ever.

 

 

 


Negativipeg

DIRECTOR: MATTHEW RANKING
15 MINUTES
Saturday, Oct. 22 : 8:05pm
Followed by   Bellflower


Negativipeg tells the story of Rory Lepine, who shot to Herostratic fame in 1985 when he attacked Winnipeg rock legend Burton Cummings with a beer bottle in a North End 7-Eleven. Narrated by Lepine himself, the film meditates on this mysterious act of destruction and suggests that Winnipeg might have an attitude problem.