Tomorrow, Nov. 16, film buffs and movie makers will roll into the Speed Cinema for the Louisville Film Society’s Short Film Slam, a bi-annual event showcasing works by established and emerging filmmakers from Kentucky.
The two-hour event will show nine films, that are 15 minutes or less, followed by a Q+A. We took a dive into the featured films and emerged with plot descriptions that are 10 words or less to keep things “short.”
Plot in 10 words: young man, new apartment, disappearances, tension-building, new roommate, ominous
Plot in 10 words: Painter trying to make it, awkward dinner with gallery owners
“Carrots for Conrad”
Plot in 10 words: Tale of morality, man might turn into a carrot
Plot in 10 words: Whimsical and reflexive stop-motion video for Rae Monroe’s pandemic song
Plot in 10 words: Kids turn missing bus on a rainy day into adventure
Plot in 10 words: Kentucky man celebrates birthday every year with a massive bonfire
“How the Twin Towers Were Built”
Plot in 10 words: Explores legacy and construction of the World Trade Center
“Stewards of The Land”
Plot in 10 words: Sheep have a positive impact on the environment
“House on Haunted Hill”
Plot in 10 words: Black-and-white video with Southern Gothic artwork
The Short Film Slam is recommended for viewers 16+. Tickets are $8 for Speed Museum members and $12 for non-members.