Canon Shorts Program #2

Canon Shorts Program #2

Sunday, February 26 – 10:30 AM
Presented by Canon

This program includes short films entered in the Canon International Student Film Competition and award ceremony announcing the overall winners of the contest in all categories.

The films in this program are family-friendly.

Films from Canon International Student Film Competition are listed with their submission category. Awards for the contest will be announced at the conclusion of this screening.

All seats are free, but reserved tickets are required.


2016, Australia, 8 min, Director: Radheya Jegatheva
Middle / High School-Fiction – Two astronauts floating in the ocean of space set off on an epic quest to reach Earth.


2016, USA, 10 min, Director: Laundan Easter
Middle / High School-Fiction – Students at a small private school realize there’s something strange about their teachers.


2016, USA, 6 min, Director: Jacob Chang-Rascle
Middle / High School-Fiction – After a boy finds a mysterious key, the day turns into a nightmare.


2016, USA, 8 min, Director: Kibiriti Majuto & Riley Goodwin
Middle / High School-Documentary – A petition to take down a historical statue creates many reactions.


2016, USA, 7 min, Director: Denise Damon Wade, Assistant Professor of Dance
Balance, a short dance for the camera, follows four young adults struggling to find balance in the daily challenges of work, studies, and relationships.


2016, USA, 5 min, Director: Nathan Ridings, Ryan Beard, Steven Gentry, Zach Phillips
Middle / High School-Fiction – A germaphobe sets out on a dangerous quest.


2016, USA, 8 min, Director: Drew Darby
University-Fiction – A photographer’s journey to take an elusive photograph.


2016, UK, 7 min, Director: James Barrett
University-Documentary – A meditation on the emotional, symbolic significance of Antarctica.


2016, USA, 6 min, Director: Jon Sanelli
Middle / High School-Fiction – Remember the best day of your life? Was it in a library?

Full Schedule