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Friday, November 6 • 11:50am - 12:40pm
Lightning in the Hand + Through the Breaking Glass + Tadaima

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Lightning in the Hand
USA (16 min.)
DIR Joey Grossfield CAST Kristen  Rakes, Kevin Wiggins, Nakotah Larance, Samson  Snell, Bruce Holbrook
Big business, the law, struggling silver miners, and a lone Apache clash over a claim dispute in 1890s New Mexico.

Through the Breaking Glass (A Través del Espejo)
Spain (15 min.)
DIR Ivan Mena-Tinoco CAST Ledicia Sola
Alice, already a grown woman, wakes up in a wonderful land. She does not remember her name neither how she got there. Three stars fall from the sky and become pieces of a broken mirror. A music box and its mechanical rabbit will be her companions in this amazing and dangerous journey.A solitary and rainy alley, a little girl in a hospital room reading 'Alice´s adventures in Wonderland' and a creature coming from darkness will be the puzzle pieces that will challenge Alice´s aims to survive Wonderland.?Alice will have to unveil the mystery of the broken glass before 6 o clock, when terrible things happen...'Through the breaking glass' becomes a nightmare against time where reality, dreams and fiction flow to create a new universe knitted by it's protagonists.A story of personal growth where the purest form of love will be challenged in every corner.?Would you like to live forever in the other side of the glass?

Tadaima
USA (16 min.)
DIR Robin Takao D'Oench  CAST Toshi Toda,Mackenyu Maeda,Jordyn Kanaya,Vivian Umino
George, Akiko, Kaori, and Kazuo return to their former house in the summer of 1945, following the end of World War II and the closure of the Japanese American Internment camps. Arriving home, they find the house ransacked by vandals and in a state of disrepair. Emotions flair and each individual member of the family react differently to the homecoming.  While rebuilding their home, the family is able to recover a “takarabako” – a chest of memorable items that had to be left behind before the evacuation, bringing the family closer together.  As the day draws to a closer, there is a glimmer of hope that the future holds better days.

Friday November 6, 2015 11:50am - 12:40pm
Heritage Center C 105 N. 100 E., Cedar City, UT 84720