The second program of locally connected shorts opens with Dubeth Ramferi Cortez’s Hasta la Vista, about a routine-numbed office worker with a strange visual impediment. Brandon Gass sets two contrasting narratives about one couple to a musical dreamscape in the experimental Worlds Away. Three friends struggle with low expectations and uncertain futures in J. Genaro Limon’s La Vida Silenciosa. Doll House for Rent is a horror short with a creepy doll from Luis Gamboa Camarena. Keith Pullen’s Detective General Emma is a comedy about a militaristic environmental crusader. A street performer wants a little magic in her life in Yeraldin Balcazar’s Something Magical. Allison Walsh’s border-inspired Parallel Lines combines impressionistic dance with documentary elements.
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