2004 SHORTS
Almost Midnight Shorts
(4 wacky local shorts)

*Parental Advisory - Mature Content

A Potato Chip Tale, Jay Walker, Power Farm, 16W
 

Location and time:
Friday, October 15, 11:30pm at Town Hall in Woodstock

 

A POTATO CHIP TALE
Directed by Heidi Sjursen
and Clark Ov Saturn

USA / 2004 / 20 minutes

A disgruntled supermodel takes to the road where she meets a gaggle of goofballs.
Will her newfound pals help her overcome her fear of potato chips?     

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JAY WALKER
Directed by David Zeines
USA / 2004 / 10:20 minutes

An isolated and aloof JayWalker battles Boston traffic. Moved by the performance of
an Anarchist Ballerina distributing anti-establishment propaganda to children, he begins
to examine his own place in the world. Swept up in an Anti-Nationalism movement, our
hero curiously finds himself at the forefront. The JayWalker continues his fight against
urban congestion but has found a muse in the Ballerina. Within the frenetic hoofing  of a
ska show they find tranquility and love. Inspired to greatness, the JayWalker attempts
the ultimate denial of traffic. Will he become the master or will he be mowed down by
the unstoppable force of vehicular transportation?

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POWER PFARM
Directed by Chase Pierson
and Tarvis Watson
USA / 2004 / 15 minutes

 A spoof of biotech, fetishism and organic farming and homeland security

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16W
Directed by Gerald Slota
USA / 2004 / 30 minutes

16W is a romp through the New Jersey “Rust Belt” blue collar world of alcohol, drugs, sex,
and politically incorrect consciousness. Set off of the Jersey Turnpike in a Bergen County
bar and bowling alley, working guys, bikers, gamblers and an array of white trash drones
act out the high drama of their small lives.

Main Credits:
Director: Gerald Slota
Producers: Elena Spiotta, Fred Duignan
Screenwriter: Fred Duignan

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