2016 Tally Shorts Sneak Peek

Friday, Feb 5th @ 6:00pm

During February’s First Friday Gallery Hop we will be showcasing 8 outstanding films at the Railroad Square Art Park. Best of all, admission is free! We will be showing the films from 6-9 pm, so come out anytime and enjoy the films and support your local art community.

LOCATION: Railroad Square Art Park (map)
ADMISSION: Free

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Two Landscapes

Two Landscapes

Directed by: Neil Ira Needleman  |  U.S.A.

A clash between the landscape the eye perceives and the one that’s deeply embedded in the mind.


Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves

Directed by: Saman Hosseinpuor  |  Iran

A young girl on her way to school is easily distracted.


Arash

Arash

Directed by: Maral Pourmandan  |  France

Arash is the character who symbolizes freedom in Persian mythology. The film speaks of the return of Arash in the heart of Tehran today, all the while tracing the labyrinth inversely following a path he had once lead.


Klasse

Klasse

Directed by: Malia Bruker
FLORIDA FILMMAKER

Klasse tracks back to the winter of 1938 in Jewish Hamburg, Germany at the height of WWII in the site of an old school classroom kept just as it was during the war. It uses the scene of the classroom as a visceral lens into the experience of alienation and courage at a pinnacle historical moment.
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Street Vendors

The Sounds of Street Vendors in Havana, Cuba

Directed by: Michael Brims  |  Texas

A portrait of the music and the sounds of street vendors in Havana.


Caspian Fishermen

Caspian Fishermen

Directed by: Mohamad Hosein Abedini  |  Iran

In the south Caspian Se,a there are groups of fishermen who do not use advanced technology for fishing.


Imaginapped

Imaginapped

Directed by: Stian Hafstad  |  New York

When her imaginary friend is kidnapped, Olivia (8) has to go on an epic adventure to get him back.


Another Love

Another Love

Directed by: Victor Perez   |  United Kingdom

Depicts the efforts to avoid a necessary separation. A pregnant married woman (Maria Ruiz) struggles to tell a much older man (Nigel Barber) that their affair is over. Soon this unnatural situation forces her to face the truth.
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