Late Night Shorts 2021

Showtimes
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 at 10:00PM | GENERAL ADMISSION: $12 • LOFT MEMBERS: $10

Beginning Friday October 22nd, all visitors to The Loft Cinema will need to show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test for all screenings and events at the theatre. The Loft Cinema will require ALL customers, employees, and volunteers, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks while visiting its campus. Masks may be removed while seated and actively eating or drinking.

To view all of our Covid Safety Protocols visit: loftcinema.org/covid


In-person introduction by filmmakers Nicholas Leon (Lucid Dreamers) and Michael Mulcahy (A Dutiful Spouse)!

Sweet Mary, Where Did You Go? An escaped convict lost in 1803 Australia encounters two immortal time travelers from our evolved future, on a rite of passage journey to vicariously understand mortality. (Dir. by Michael Kratochvil, 2021, Australia, 16 mins.)

Ouroborus In a suburban town, a purple liquid is starting to trap everyone who is settling into their daily routine. The more they wait to change their habits, the harder the liquid makes it to change the situation, and look for what life has to offer. (Dir. by Chloé Forestier, 2020, France, 8 mins.)

Polka Dot Boy A boy is suffering from a polka-dot disease on his arms since he can remember. Encountering some peculiar events, he discovers a hidden connection between the disease and a religious group. (Dir. by Sarina Nihei, 2020, France, 7 mins.)

MeTube 3: August sings ‘Una furtiva lagrima’ The intergalactic music nerds August and Elfi conquer the opera stage and orchestrate their final adventure in an opulent manner. (Dir. by Daniela Moshel, 2020, Austria, 8 mins.)

Lucid Dreamers A directionless daydreamer tries to reconnect with his childhood friend, mysteriously trapped in a state of sleep paralysis. (Dir. by Matthew Potwardowski, 2021, USA, 11 mins.)

Youth Will Not Sleep It is one of those nights when everything can change. When you don’t know anymore if time goes forward or backward like a broken record. It is a bunch of teenagers in waiting, stuck in a mountain boarding school, seeking a welcoming face. It is Judith who, above all, wants Dagan back. (Dir. by Perrine Lamy-Quique, 2021, France, 29 mins.)

A Dutiful Spouse Be polite and thoughtful with whomever you quarantine. (Dir. by Michael Mulcahy, 2021, USA, 5 mins.)

Homerun A man quits a dancing party, he limps on his way home and races against time and gets rid of these hostilities to go home. (Dir. by Julie Paturange, 2020, France, 5 mins.)