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This collection of shorts feature five films that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Mature content. Viewer discretion is advised.


In this program

Barrier film still. Black and white image of male solider wearing helmet and gear sack on his back. It's a partial profile shot. In the background, there is another soldier, armed and walking towards the main subject. Uniform and helmets are WW2 style.


Directed by Niels Bourgonje

September 1944. Two Canadian soldiers find a boy washed up on the Dutch beach. Where did he come from and can he be trusted?

Blood and Glory film still. Image of central character. Black female, framed left wearing camouflaged backpack and military dog tags.

Blood and Glory

Directed by Satinder Kaur

Two homeless, female veterans’ friendship is tested when they confront adversity, discrimination, and even mother nature herself in their attempt to find work and survive the day.

THAT NIGHT film still. Image of a young man, sitting on a floor against a tiled wall. He is looking upward and has recent stitches on his nose and under his left eye.


Directed by Samuel Gonzalez Jr.

A haunted veteran plagued by guilt and hallucinations struggles with the murder of an innocent civilian girl.

RAW film still. Extreme close up of lead character's face. Only eyes and nose are visible. Tears are in her eyes.


Directed by Drake Shannon

Past and present are blurred by a horrifying transgression as a female soldier faces the aftermath of a military patrol in the Middle East.

We All Die Alone film still. Image of male, standing in a parking garage and holding a gun with both hands, pointed off center as in a standoff.

We All Die Alone

Directed by Jonathan Hammond

The hubris of an inept conflict negotiator leads two warring gangs into an eight-way standoff. The consequences are both comical and tragic in this whip-smart short.

Dates & Times


Museum of Photographic Arts

Fri, May 20
9:15 pm