Northshore Karass Film Series Showcases Local Talents May 3-4 & 10-11

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s Northshore Karass Performing Arts Series takes a break from making music for a four-night short film series showcasing the talents of 11 local filmmakers.

Monday, May 3:

Bands That Bind, a music video cycle by Zach Laliberte. ~16 minutes

-Don’t Talk
-Blame L.A.
-Blinded Steer
-Look Who’s Lucky Now

Hold Music, a stop-motion music video by Matt Eslinger. ~1 minute

In the Zone, by director Jet Smith. ~3 minutes

Field Play, a stop-motion animated film by Judith Mogul. ~30 minutes

Tuesday, May 4:

A sampling of films from the Lookout Wildlife Film Festival, curated by Steve Rogers. ~30 minutes

Egg Dog, by director John Queener and writer Andrew Hull. ~10 minutes

Southern Dialogues, by director Rob Winslow. ~20-40 minutes

Monday, May 10:

Ultimate World, by director Nathaniel Hendricks. ~120 minutes

Tuesday, May 11:

Prelude: Fratres, by director Charlie Edholm. ~5 minutes

Days Counted, by director Chandler Gibson. ~10 minutes

Counterpole, by director Emily Steele. ~50 minutes

Socially distanced seating in the CTC’s Mainstage Theatre. Admission is free.

Posted April 30, 2021