FREE for IN&OUT PASS HOLDERS!! Routine (dir: Russ Emanuel); “Love" (dir: Andrea Ashton); Snowy (dir: Kaitlyn Schwalje and Alexander Lewis); Quality Time (dir: Omer Ben David); Clark! (dir: Claire Dub); Honor (dir: Lauren Noll); The Stamp Collector (dir: Luke Momo); Victim No. 6 (dir: Nancy Menagh)
FREE for IN&OUT PASS HOLDERS
Dir: Russ Emanuel (USA, 5 Minutes)
During a mysterious pandemic, Cassie’s quarantine life has turned into a routine, day in and day out. Nothing new seems to happen until she realizes she’s out of coffee.
Dir: Andrea Ashton (drama, USA, 4 Minutes)
A modern poem brought to life, a series of touching vignettes show two women falling in and out of love - but not in any traditional way.
Dir: Kaitlyn Schwalje and Alexander Lewis (documentary, USA, 12 Minutes)
Snowy, a four-inch-long pet turtle, has lived an isolated life in the family basement. With help from a team of experts and his caretaker, Uncle Larry, we ask: Can Snowy be happy, and what would it take? (premiered virtually at Sundance)
4. QUALITY TIME
Dir: Omer Ben-David (comedy, Israel, 22 Minutes)
Eyal, newly retired from Israel’s secret service, gets his biggest assignment so far - to become a father for his adolescent son. (US premiere)
Dir. Claire Dub (comedy, USA, 4 Minutes)
On her one-year anniversary with Clark, Nell attempts to write a romantic poem. The task proves impossible until she finds a way to tap into her true inspiration. (world premiere)
Dir: Lauren Noll (drama, USA, 16 Minutes)
Laine faces expulsion from BYU with her graduation around the corner after a loving encounter with a fellow female student. Upon being invasively questioned, Laine is granted a troubling option to save her degree, forcing her to choose between her heart and her faith.
7. THE STAMP COLLECTOR
Dir: Luke Momo (action, USA, 9 Minutes)
A high-tech thief comes home from the scene of a crime, reeling with guilt and misbegotten plans. How will his artificially-intelligent assistant, designed to help commit crimes, respond to his programmer's sudden change of heart?
8. VICTIM NO. 6
Dir: Nancy Menagh (drama, USA, 22 Minutes)
In 1975 New York City, a fun-loving woman out at her local bar invites a handsome stranger back to her place, despite knowing there's a serial killer on the loose.
The Lighthouse International Film Festival is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to showcasing new and innovative films and fostering the next generation of filmmakers. The festival offers four days of films, panels, Q&A's, networking, surfing, and parties, and draws some of the industry's top film critics, producers, and distributors. As a 4-day cinematic experience, the festival also seeks to serve the community by presenting unique programs that inspire, engage, and challenge a diverse audience through the art of film.