Seattle International Film Festival 2003 : May 22nd - June 15th
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Women at Work (2003)
United States
95 minutes

A woman must have money and a camera of her own to direct film. Shorts scheduled to appear:

The Ball
Australia, 2002
5 minutes
Director: Anny Slater
Ada has a passion for soccer! When her ball goes overboard, Ada jumps ship and finds herself washed ashore in Australia where she comes face-to-face with the fast-walking, fast-talking Aussie Prime Minister.


Sophie
United States, 2002
30 minutes
Director: Helen Lee
Desperate to escape the abusive hand of her father, a young girl plots her escape to California. A national winner of the 2002 Student Academy Awards, Sophie is an intimate portrayal of family, violence and a young girl’s search for love.

White Like the Moon
United States, 2001
20 minutes
Director: Marina Gonzalez Palmier
Set in San Antonio circa 1950, WHITE LIKE THE MOON chronicles a 13-year-old Mexican-American girl’s struggle for identity. Forced to bleach her skin by her Stepford wife-like mother, our heroine struggles to balance her rich heritage with rigid Anglo society.


Waiting River
United States, 2002
22 minutes
Director: Sue-Ling Braun
Like the living dead, Waki is overwhelmed by guilt, he walks aimlessly around the city until inclimate weather and two Japanese sisters invite him in out of the rain. Warmth and shelter envelope him as he wakes up out of his haze.


Cupboard Love
United Kingdom, 2002
13 minutes
Director: Emma Farrell
Shy, overweight Debbie finally lands a date. But will her vivacious, slender flat-mate get in the way? Actions speak louder than words in this dark tale of female friendship, chocolate spread and a sharp knife.


Confection
United States, 2003
5 minutes
Director: Eva Saks
Shot on the streets of New York, CONFECTION is a silent film about a little girl who learns empathy from a pastry.


5/31 4:00 pm
Broadway Performance Hall