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THE BOX MAN

Directed by Nirvan Mullick
This short film is not available for purchase individually. It can be purchased with the feature film, ROADS TO KOKTEBEL.
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Synopsis

In a cold empty city, a man encounters a cardboard box.  The box has a small rectangular slit that compels him to take a closer look inside.  A tale of urban paranoia and the desire to remain hidden.

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Directed by Mark Osborne
An old, tired inventor struggles through a joyless life in a drab and passionless society. As he yearns for his younger, more carefree days, the inventor struggles to finish what he hopes will give his life meaning. His world, and the world of those around him, is transformed when his secret invention is completed. However, his subsequent success does not come without sacrifice.
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ART OF THE SHORT FILM
Directed by Prashant Bhargava and Leigh Dana Jackson and Andy Watts and Koji Yamamura and Heidi Wittlinger and Chris Stenner
YEAR 3 FILM 5
A compilation of six original short films, or featurettes, on one DVD. Three of the selections received Academy Award nominations. The others are equally outstanding.
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ROADS TO KOKTEBEL
Directed by Alexei Popogrebsky and Boris Khlebnikov
YEAR 3 FILM 8
After his wife's death and the loss of his job, an aerodynamics engineer sets off from Moscow with his 11 year old son for his sister's house in Koktebel by the Black Sea. With no money or means of transport, they drift through the expansive landscapes of Russia at the mercy of chance. The father is content to meander as he tries to rebuild his self-respect, piece together his broken life & win back the trust of his son. Meanwhile, the boy impatiently dreams of reaching the mythic coastal resort to start a new life of emancipation and gliders flying in the wind. When the father meets & falls for a beautiful young doctor, the boy sees her as an intrusion on the only loving relationship in his life sets off to complete the journey by himself.
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