Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

13th Annual Wisconsin Film Festival 2011

Our last viewing on Friday night was a collection of short films shown at Monona Terrace:

Blueberry was the story of a small girl, her enormous python and a dad temporarily distracted by a break-up. What could go wrong?

The point of Animal Control was completely lost on me. Honestly, I have no idea what this short was about.

Point Zero had something to do with ever-increasing trade-offs with fate and the ultimate irony. It had a lot of flashy graphics, but I had a lot of trouble following it.

St. Christophorus: Roadkill was not slightly unsettling, it was completely unsettling. It was also very deft at combining fright and funny.

The Legend of Beaver Dam was completely not what I expected. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen such a hilariously campy take-off of a stalker-strikes-the-campsight movie.

Slightly Unsettling Shorts | 11:03 pm CDT
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