Locals Shine, Global Films Inspire at Shorts Film Festival
EASTON, MA - September 17, 2017 - An engaged and supportive audience took a break from the late Summer heat to enjoy a dazzling array of super short films this past Sunday as the Oakes Ames Hall hosted the 100-Second Film and Video festival.
The exhibition was presented by Easton Community Access Television and featured a diverse cross section of films from local artists and students. The audience took time to select some of their local favorites. "A Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue" by Noah Potash garned the local audience favorite. Other well received local films were "Addiction Stories" by Amy MacMannis, "In the Woods" by Kevin Friend and "Save Driving" by Ben Reingold.
"In the Woods" Kevin Friend
"Addiction Stories" by Amy MacMannis
"Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue" Noah Potash and Brian Wright[ "Safe Driving" by Ben Reingold
The afternoon also featured an inspiring and thought provoking roster of films from around the world. These were provided through an exchange with the 60 Second International Film Festival of Pakistan and the International 100 Second Film Festival of Iran. This brave and novel cultural exchange provides the local audience a window into the world.