Sunday Afternoon Shorts
- LSPU Hall 3 Victoria Street St. John's, NL, A1C 3V2 Canada (map)
Join us to watch a stellar new collection of local and international short films, introduced by featured guest filmmakers.
Waking-up with three inhabitants of a mismatched architectural megalopolis. Within this moment of solitude, we discover the simple pleasures of awakening the senses.
Aparna Kapur and Colin MacKenzie use animation to revisit the poignant true story of Balakrishna, a bull elephant shipped from India to Halifax in 1967 as a promotional stunt.
A woman who has just returned from a short trip to Johannesburg is confronted with the absurd, mounting consequences of her pretentious name-dropping.
Artist, fugitive, trailblazer…the incredible true story of Lily Renée, who escaped Nazi-occupied Vienna as a teenager, and went on to become one of the true pioneers during the Golden Age of comics.
This St. John's International Women's Film Festival FRAMED documentary was created by the Grade 10 Class at Se't A'newey Kina’matino’kuom.
A touching portrait of the only female car racer in Kitigan Zibi Anishinabe Nation.
Combining hands-on techniques with digital and analog technologies, No Objects transfigures forms of expression, turning photographs into etchings and sound into motion.
FRAMED West brings the St. John's International Women's Film Festival’s film education series to Corner Brook to create a short film in a week.
Vincent is an internationally recognized painter. He's been a prisoner in his own house for a few months now.
Two mothers, one child. Marcie is a performance artist known for her daring and provocative stage shows. Dawn is an ex-model turned stay at home mum.