Tuesday, October 17 / Beginning at 4:15pm
Reading Town Square, Auditorium 14
40th Anniversary ""Short (film) Opening Program
The Cinema Society has premiered memorable and wide-ranging short films-this program focuses on four of those gems, with a special visit by their creators.
Student Academy Award Winner, Best Short Film
TREE #3 (2019, 20 minutes)
After he's been cast (again!) as a background tree in the annual middle school play, an ambitious and imaginative Israeli immigrant boy leads a revolution on stage.
JILLIAN'S VANTAGE (2002, 23 Minutes)
A recluse is set up on a blind date with a blind therapist.
Academy Award® winner, Best Live Action Short
PRECIOUS IMAGES (1986, 8 Minutes).
A montage of nearly 500 film clips from eight decades of American movies, made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Director's Guild of America.
Academy Award® Winner, Best Documentary Short
INOCENTE (2012, 40 Minutes)
INOCENTE is a personal and vibrant coming of age story about a young artist's determination never to surrender to the bleakness of her surroundings.