Screenings will take place at the IU Fine Arts Theater, Woodburn Hall, Bear’s Place, the Back Door and the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
The films that will be shown come from the Animation Short, Live Action Short and Documentary Short Subject categories.
For a list of screening times and locations, visit the TheRyder.com. Here is a selection of films in each category that will be shown.
A young feral boy is found in the woods and tries to adapt to civilized society.
“Get a Horse!”
Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow enjoy a wagon ride until an enemy shows up to run them off the road.
“Room on the Broom”
A witch and her cat take a ride on her broomstick and invite others to join them along the way.
“Just Before Losing Everything”
A woman and her children take refuge in a store after leaving her abusive husband.
A hospital employee tells a dying young boy about a magical place where children can go after they die.
“Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?”
A woman tries to ready her family for a wedding, but runs into problems along the way.
A man encounters a neo-Nazi who attacked him 25 years earlier as a child.
“The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life”
Alice Herz Sommer, the world’s oldest pianist and Holocaust survivor at 109-years-old, shares the story of her life.
“Prison Terminal: The Last Days Of Private Jack Hall”
Jack Hall, a terminally ill prisoner, is cared for by fellow prisoners in a maximum security prison.
— Rachel Osman
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