Montana International Film Festival | Billings, MT Sept 19-23, 2018

Short films, usa

This block is made up of 9 short films from the United States.
Only one ticket is necessary to see all 9 films.

Babcock Theater, Sept 15 | 5:15 pm

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All Mankind
directed by Marshall Granger | USA, 10 minutes

An unexpected letter sends Benjamin through a long day's journey into night, inebriated by heartbreak and struck with wonder.


directed by Gustavo Rosa | USA, 12 minutes

An undocumented Brazilian immigrant living in the Boston area decides to buy a car in an effort to better his life before returning home.


directed by Alexsa Tolentino | USA, 10 minutes

A stoic mother, a troublesome son, and a big fat elephant all under one roof is bound to explode in this 10-minute melodrama.


directed by Shaandiin Tome | USA, 10 minutes

On her last day, Ruby faces the inescapable remnants of alcoholism, family, and culture.


Silverlake Afternoon
directed by Rebecca Holopter & Michael Osborne | USA, 10 minutes

Michael is 33 and he's never been with a guy. His first encounter is going to be awkward...and also kinda great.


The Deplorable
directed by Christopher Martini | USA, 9 minutes

A Korean War veteran has a brief encounter with an immigrant artist in Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace.



The Second Session
directed by Michael Ward | USA, 13 minutes

An immersive virtual reality therapy for confronting a stressful situation at work brings Meredith to some dark places.


The So-So You Don't Know, Ep 3
directed by Marlene Rhein | USA, 14 minutes

In this dark comedy about urban loneliness, a NYC therapist is running a Groupon special for new clients.


This is Jack
directed by Darrett Sanders & Amanda Tepe | USA, 20 minutes

When Mr. G assigns a future-self writing assignment it forces Jack to look deeper into his fears, insecurities and confusion.