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Spend Your Nights Exploring Short Films!

There Are Still Tickets for Our Shorts Programs!

This year, our narratives have something for everyone. With shorts that will thrill, make you laugh, and have you shout with Pride, our lineup of short films are sure to inspire, excite, and move you with their impactful stories.

TONIGHT, catch our After Dark Shorts Program at 9:30 p.m. at Emerson's Paramount Center. From noir to horror to even a documentary puzzle, these genre-specific shorts provide snippets of all dark matters in our lives.

Tomorrow, watch our Queer & Here Shorts Program at 9:00 p.m., also at Emerson's Paramount Center. Centered around the LGBT+ community, these shorts will inspire and unite us to explore what it means to be queer.

There will also be Q&A's at both programs with filmmakers!

Don't wait! Buy your tickets now to show your support for these rising directors!
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SHORTS PROGRAM
After Dark

Friday, October 25, 9:30PM
The Paramount Center
6 shorts | 83 mins

​From a dark comedy about a teenager fitting into a new school to a group of misfits roaming around the streets of New York City at night, "After Dark" provides snippets of all dark matters in our lives.

Secret Lives of Asians at Night by Kevin Wang ("KEFF")
The Visit by Roxy Shih
Albatross Soup by Winnie Cheung
Stucco by Janina Gavankar and Russo Schelling
Gong Ju by Jeremy Wu
Go to Sleep: A Lao Ghost Story by Phet Mahathongdy

Followed by Q&A with various filmmakers.

Films may contain mature content. Viewer discretion is advised.
 
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SHORTS PROGRAM
Queer & Here

Saturday, October 26, 9:00PM
The Paramount Center
5 shorts | 85 mins

This series of shorts brings us together to rise and explore what it means to be queer.

Glorious Mrs. Kim by Monica Cho
Halwa by Gayatri Bajpai and Nirav Bhakta
Engaged by David Scala
My Mother, Myself and I by King Yaw Soon
Kiss of the Rabbit God by Andrew Thomas Huang

Followed by Q&A with a filmmaker and various community representatives.
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FEST FOR LESS!

Get 3 tickets for $30


Tickets are for screenings at Emerson's Paramount Center, and must be used for different films. There is no limit to the number of packages that may be purchased.
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October 16 - November 10

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Applies to regular-priced seats. Purchase by 10/27/19, good for all performances.
 
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