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Sundance Shorts set to screen at the Wex

Sundance Shorts set to screen at the Wex


In a night dedicated to Sundance Film Festival, eight shorts will screen at the Wexner Center Friday. The night is a stop in the tour of Sundance’s films. “Mike Plante asked if we would be interested in presenting their touring package of festival shorts and we enthusiastically said yes,” said Dave Filipi, the Wexner Center’s Director of Film and Video, according to Columbus Underground. This isn’t the first time the tour stopped in Columbus. Last year it hit the Wexner Center, and Filipi said it was well received from the audience. The shorts don’t exclude the losers at the festival but show winners and runner-ups alike. The bill includes “Afronauts,” “The Cut,” “Dawn,” “I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked,” “I’m a Mitzvah,” “Love. Love. Love.,” “MeTube: August Sings Carmen ‘Habanera'” and “Verbatim.”

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