| Session 24
Saturday June 10, 2006 6:00PM TO 8:00PM
Mass Art 621 Huntington Avenue Boston
Significant Romance (15 min)
A man and a woman meet, fall in love, move in together, then unravel
– in record time. This revealing short distills a common romance into a
series of tidy scenes and signifiers: high points, emotional steps, key
disagreements, and other telling moments.
WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER: Michael Scasserra
Round It Goes (6 min)
For four people starting their day in Los Angeles, what goes on in
their heads is exciting, heroic, dangerous, furious; a whole adventure
lived out in their minds. Next time you're stuck in traffic, take a look at
the stories going round and round in your own head.
Gail Thomas ('Beavis & Butthead')
Jonathan Mangum ('The Wayne Brady Show'
'Tea Time' 'Strip Mall' 'The Upstairs Man')
Hedy Burress ('House, M.D.' 'Cold Case'
'Gideon's Crossing' 'First Monday'
'Looking for Bobby D' 'Boston Common')
Tara Bast ('Law and Order' 'Third Watch' 'Innuendo')
Sharon Lee Garnier
WRITER, DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Joe Stillman
PRODUCER, Share Stallings
The Fix (8 min)
A down and out sportswriter discovers the scoop of the century when
he learns that the upcoming Super Bowl has been fixed by the mob.
Meeting with his editor on the morning of the big game leads to the
realization that things aren’t always as they seem in the professional
world of sports or journalism. Our hero must decide if the story is
worth telling—and at what price…
IF THE FIX WERE IN… WOULD YOU KNOW IT?
DIRECTOR: Matt Burns
PRODUCER: Robert Burns
Dinner with Peter (6 min)
A woman gets ready to have dinner with Peter. Is all as it seems.
Laura Poe (as Madeline)
Petros Levounis (as Peter)
DIRECTOR, PRODUCER: Lukas Hassel
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Lukas Hassel
Shut Up and Sing (94 min)
SHUT UP & SING is an ensemble comedy/drama about a group of
guys who sang a cappella together in college and are now reuniting
fifteen years later to sing at a friend’s wedding. With their spouses
and significant others in tow, the group takes a break from their less-
than-perfect lives in New York City to spend a long weekend
rehearsing at a rambling family beach house. Old feuds are stirred
up, secrets are revealed, and relationships are tested as the group
reflects on how their lives have progressed -- and in some cases,
regressed -- since their college heyday. In the end, these lifelong
friends have readjusted their perspective and raise their voices in
song to celebrate what is good and true in their lives.
David Alan Basche
DIRECTOR, WRITER, PRODUCER: Bruce Leddy
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: FINANCED BY: Elliot Messing
Co-PRODUCER: Eliza Steel
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