Best of the Media Film Festival
Join us for a screening of the Media Film Festival's Golden Trolley winners--the absolute best of the Media Film Festival. The program opens with a student film produced as part of the Media Youth Film Initiative. This free public screening is brought to you by PNC #PNCArtsAlive. The Media Film Festival and the Media Youth Film Initiative are projects of the Media Arts Council.
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The Media Film Festival is now in its 13th year. The Festival team is currently busy screening submissions from around the world for the 2020 Fest scheduled for April 2nd – 4th at the historic Media Theatre in downtown Media. For those who want to relive some of the best moments from years past or those who have not yet had the opportunity to attend the MFF, this screening is an ideal opportunity to sample a tasty selection of short film.
Total Runtime ~ 84 minutes
Produced as part of the Spring 2018 Media Youth Film Initiative
Eva's seemingly normal day takes a life-threatening turn.
MFF 2017 Golden Trolley Winner
Three actresses are vying for the role of the century. As we follow their plight, we see the investment required in order to lay one’s self bare and how little is truly in our control.
MFF 2018 Golden Trolley Winner
An honest picture of redemption in the face of love.
MFF 2019 Golden Trolley Winner
A Syrian graduate student living in Los Angeles copes with the nightmares of his past through an unlikely friendship with a kindhearted yoga instructor.
Who Said You Can’t Dance
Documentary (11:43, USA)
If you think that a wheelchair user is incapable of dancing, think again. This documentary brings wheelchair users and standing partners together. Whether the wheelchair user chooses to dance competitively or not, the activity puts them in a world without limits.
MFF 2014 Golden Trolley Winner
The film tells the story of a shy young diner waitress who entertains her patrons with her beautiful singing voice. One handsome patron appears oblivious to her music, much to her consternation. It is a light bulb moment and realisation that allows her to sing her way into his heart.
- Thursday, March 26, 2020
- 7:00pm - 9:00pm
- Marple Public Library
- Meeting Room