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Made in Spokane Film Screening to showcase short films from 13 regional filmmakers

On Thursday, the Made in Spokane Film Screening will showcase short films from 13 regional filmmakers. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
On Thursday, the Made in Spokane Film Screening will showcase short films from 13 regional filmmakers. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

After Stage Left Theater made the decision to cut the Made in Spokane Film Festival from its season lineup, Marcus Garvey Films and the Spokane Film Project stepped in and organized a screening of the films that had been submitted.

On Thursday, the Made in Spokane Film Screening will showcase short films from 13 regional filmmakers.

The first half of the evening features the following films: “The Wonderful World of Hunter Wood” by Curious Hand Productions, “My Friend Josh” by Gosline/Slothberg Productions, “Wasteland Legends” by Faith vs. Fate Productions, “Who Died and Made You Dead” by Zoo Wee Mamas Productions, “The Secret Nature of Uncanny” by Andrew H. Enriquez and “The Amazing Rocketman 2” by Mark Pinckney.

After intermission, the following films will be screened: “Funeral in the Park” by Ron Ford, “Predations - By Catastrophe” by Levi Isaacs, “Between Static” by Carly Brown, “DEADbeat” by Disfigured Photography Films, “A Rose for Julia” by Abbi Rose Productions, “From Home” by Rachel Baker and “I Wanna Go Home” by Marc Harvey.

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