Shorts: I Spit on Your WTF Shorts
Hilarious, perplexing, and boldly transgressive in equal measure, MdFF’s signature WTF Shorts offer a uniquely invigorating ride that won’t easily be forgotten. As is our tradition, the block adapts its name from a cult cinema landmark, which celebrates the equally singular and frequently unclassifiable films within.
Ticketholder must be in line 15 minutes prior to show time. No refunds or exchanges.
ALLEN ANDERS - LIVE AT THE COMEDY CASTLE (CIRCA 1987)
Laura Moss, 2018, USA, 7 MIN
The fever dream of a 1980s stand-up comic who is either having a nervous breakdown or the best set of his life.
Brian Lonano, 2018, USA, 14 MIN
Three dorky American girls magically transform into beautiful Japanese Superheroes and fight a tampon monster as they begin their journey into womanhood.
Marinah Janello, 2017, USA, 15 MIN
Loneliness and an obsession with vanity has pushed one woman to take unconventional measures to find happiness. Symbols of birth, death and rebirth grace the film and asks the audience to ponder the question: How far would you go to turn back time?
HOUSE OF AIR
Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston, 2017, UK/Australia, 4 MIN
HOUSE OF AIR is a sexually explicit study of hanky codes, visual signifiers, and gay fetishes set against the backdrop of 1970s San Francisco.
ISLANDS (LES ÎLES)
Yann Gonzalez, 2017, France, 24 MIN
Characters wander through an erotic maze of love and desire.
MY EXPANDED VIEW
Corey Hughes, 2018, USA, 8 MIN, World Premiere
A YouTube Yoga tutorial. A collapsed body. An expanded view.
Pablo Jones, 2017, USA, 6 MIN, World Premiere
A lighthearted conversation between two friends about a family salmon recipe gone wrong reveals more than expected.
WE SUMMONED A DEMON
Chris McInroy, 2017, USA, 6 MIN
They just wanted to be cool. Instead, they got a demon.
WHO'S THE DADDY
Wong Ping, 2017, Hong Kong, 9 MIN
A Tinder tragedy. An unexpected child. A journey finding my root of shame.