Come on down for the last set of BisonBison Film Festival movies!
Team Radio Marketing Group - April 8, 2017 6:23 pm
The final group of films in the BisonBison Film Festival will show tonight at The Poncan Theater, 104 East Grand Avenue.
Doors open at the theater at 6:30 p.m. with films starting at 7 p.m. The Saturday schedule includes:
FAMILY FRIENDLY FILMS
LOVE SWEET LOVE By Jeffrey Mundinger, Amy Van Drunen, Joshua Stolberg • Rating: G – Running time: 5 min.
This is the story behind Kansas City’s iconic citizen, “Super Jesus” Michael Wheeler.
CHRYSALIS By Micah Black • Rating: G – Running time: 10 min.
Thomas’s drab, dead-end job flips upside-down when he is assigned to train Claire, a free-spirited intern.
RUNAWAY By Jordan Horsch • Rating: PG – Running time: 7 min.
A little girl runs away from home and has an adventure after a traumatic experience at home.
THE SUBSTITUTE By Allison Minor • Rating: PG – Running time: 6 min.
Gary’s kids meet to talk about his declining health, while Gary takes on a substitute teaching job.
FLYING By Jacob Hood • Rating: G – Running time: 4 min.
A woman learns to fly again after grieving the loss of her son.
UNTITLED By Chad Allensworth, Jesse Pershall • Rating: PG-13 – Running time: 12 min.
Four college students are figuring out what film they want to make.
OH, LARRY By Anne Mirrop • Rating: PG – Running time: 7 min.
Larry Coward is in the dumps, from losing his wife to fumbling everything at work, what could go right?
THE WRITE WAY By Ian Storck • Rating: PG – Running time: 12 min.
Miles, an aspiring screenwriter, takes a job from a desperate man.
RENOUNCE By Valentin Merlet Rating: G – Running time: 4 min.
The story of captured man and his attempts to escape.
THEY THINK WE’RE NUCLEAR By Lauren Bumgarner • Rating: G – Running time: 6 min.
A photo session leads individuals to question their worth and role within their family.
STARCH By Nathan Manning • Rating: PG-13 – Running time: 6 min.
A typical work day for neat, organized Private Starch; however, not every day can be that simple.
Following Saturday’s films, the Awards Presentation will be held, followed by the Grand Finale After Party at Astoria Boulevard Bistro and Bar.
More information about the festival can be found at www.bisonbisonfilmfestival.org.