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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE UNCATEGORIZED

SHORTS: WAKE-UP CALL

TFF 2009 Directed by Lee Lynch, Daniel Wilson, Shelly Kling-Yosef, Sergio Carvajal, Carlos Chahine, Joseph Bakhash, Cecile Vernant, and Naomi Uman
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORTS: WAKE-UP CALL [TFF 2009]

These shorts show life lessons learned, some the hard way. An ex-con confronts an abusive guard from his past in Deadline. Who would you rat out in Section 44? An immature twentysomething grows up and comes out in Cal Express. Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore in The Tinwoodsman's Home Movie #2. "Unhappy" is a seven-letter word in Wu. Gail is torn between a fish and her family tradition in Gefilte Fish. After 20 years, a man takes The North Road home to Beirut to reclaim his father and his past.

Cal Express, Dir/Wri: Sergio Carvajal
Deadline, Dir: Joseph Bakhash; Wri: Sean McPhillips
Gefilte Fish, Dir/Wri: Shelly Kling-Yosef
The North Road (La route du Nord), Dir/Wri: Carlos Chahine
Section 44, Dir/Wri: Daniel Wilson
The Tinwoodsman's Home Movie #2, Dirs: Naomi Uman, Lee Lynch
Wu, Dir/Wri: Cécile Vernant

These shorts show life lessons learned, some the hard way. An ex-con confronts an abusive guard from his past in Deadline. Who would you rat out in Section 44? An immature twentysomething grows up and comes out in Cal Express. Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore in The Tinwoodsman's Home Movie #2. "Unhappy" is a seven-letter word in Wu. Gail is torn between a fish and her family tradition in Gefilte Fish. After 20 years, a man takes The North Road home to Beirut to reclaim his father and his past.

Cal Express, Dir/Wri: Sergio Carvajal
Deadline, Dir: Joseph Bakhash; Wri: Sean McPhillips
Gefilte Fish, Dir/Wri: Shelly Kling-Yosef
The North Road (La route du Nord), Dir/Wri: Carlos Chahine
Section 44, Dir/Wri: Daniel Wilson
The Tinwoodsman's Home Movie #2, Dirs: Naomi Uman, Lee Lynch
Wu, Dir/Wri: Cécile Vernant

Film Information
Length: 86 minutes
Language: English
Country:
Premiere: Program

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