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Friday, July 26, 2019

Advanced Tickets for 21st Annual Milwaukee Short Film Festival



Purchase Tickets:
To buy advance tickets we set up these Paypal options. We use paypal to avoid adding extra surcharges and fees that Event Brite employs. This keeps our tickets at $10




First: Use Firefox rather than Windows Internet Explorer. We find that Windows gets twitchy when using Paypal.


Second: Tickets will be tracked and held at the door. 


We will not mail tickets
It is will call.


When going to your preferred show specify at the door the name in which the tickets were purchased under, the show (Fri 6:45pm, Sat 4:30pm , etc), the number of tickets bought and please bring your confirmation email as well.



Third: Be sure that you pick the right block of films. Tickets will be sold singly, pairs, and sets of up to ten. If you need more than ten you will have to go back in and purchase more. There will be tickets sold at the door as well.


Fourth: There are no credit card purchases on site, cash only sales. Lack of wifi in the venue hinders that. ATM's are within walking distance to the venue.


Finally: Fox Bay Cinema has plenty of available parking near them and behind them. They also have food and drinks. Also, we suggest that our film selection is suitable for those 16 and up. Please keep that in mind.





ADVANCED TICKETS STOP ON SEPT 5th. 
PLEASE ARRIVE 30 MINS EARLY FOR ALL SHOWS 
 Sorry no refunds.



For the 9pm shows, please show up on time. 

The Kitchen closes 30 minutes after that show begins.


Fri. Session 1: (6:45pm) OPENING NIGHT EVENT!! Juried Part 1

Sac de Merde by Greg Chwerchak, A Short: Audition by T.C. De Witt, Era of Sierra by Mallory Winkler, Grandpa's Getaways by Kristin Holodak, Eat at Joe's by Benjamin A. Eisner, Hunks by Katie Kapuza, ONTEM (BEFORE TODAY) by Thiago Kistenmacker, Expend by Bismark Fernandes, Flip The Record by Marie Jamora and our Pace-setter awarded to Casey T. Malone




DOOR SALES ONLY BEGINNING AT 6PM on Sept 6th. Door Sales will stop for this show at 7pm. Cash only





Friday. Session 2: (9pm) VOICES HEARD! LOCAL MULTI-CULTURAL FILMMAKERS

The Lion and The Gecko by Chloe Collins, The Dream Machine by Sergio Torres, Red Thread by Yijun Pan & Anh Vo, ​Broken Box by Ricardo Tenorio, Talia by Danny Villanueva Jr., R3peat by Anthony J Montoya, Charlie and the Empty Factories by J. Anthony Ramos, Survivor's Guide of a Newspaper Carrier by Klifford Barkus, Love, Mom by Michael Villalobos, Black Lives Matter: A Short Experimental Film by Rosella Joseph


DOOR SALES ONLY BEGINNING AT 6PM. Door sales will stop for this show at 9:15pm. The Kitchen will close at 9:30. Cash only.







Sat. Session 3: (4:30pm) Tickets sales on Sept 7th begin at 4:30pm

911 by Alison Guessou & Justin Christopher Ayd, Reality Check by Noah Meister, Jimmie O'Brien's Masterclass by Paul Boese, Fundamentals of Art by Kyle Gustafson, Nemesis by Behzad Jafarimazhab Haghighi, Shattered by Suyoung Jang, ​Sentiments by Elliot Hatch, Flesh & Blood by Neil Brookshire, Midwestern by Rebecca Joelson, Waterflip by Nina Anin,Epiphany by Artie Terry, Duck Duck Goose by Shelley Thompson, Oh Baby! by Meghann Artes



DOOR SALES ONLY BEGINNING AT 6PM on Sept 6th. Door Sales will stop for this show at 4:45pm. Cash only.


 




Sat Session 4: (6:45pm) Juried Part 2

We Were Hardly More Than Children by Cecelia Condit, Pride Prom by Robyn Di Giacinto, Snapshots by Phoebe Barran, Lliana Bird, Mime Sublime by Julia Smith, Winter Cranes by Joseph V. Brown, Deer Lights by Brian Klewin, Drive-Thru by Lauren Simpson, The Artist by Craig A. Knitt, Aquarium byHannah Hamalian, Mascot by Leeha Kim


 
DOOR SALES ONLY BEGINNING AT 6PM on Sept 6th. Door Sales will stop for this show at 7pm. Cash only









DOOR SALES ONLY BEGINNING AT 6PM on Sept 6th. Door sales will stop for this show at 9:15pm. The Kitchen will close at 9:30. Cash only. 






Remember tickets will not be mailed, bring your email notification, and enjoy the show!







1 comment:

  1. Thanks you for sharing information regarding Short Films,
    Short Film Festival in India, we have to provide facilities for making short Films and we have own Platform for release short films. short films are representing our culture...

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