Alaska Airlines Shorts Feb Mar

Looking for the title of a short film you saw on an Alaska flight?

FEBRUARY

Haskell
d. James Allen Smith | USA | 2017 | 11 min
Three moments in the life of Haskell Carlston, who was born with the ability to manipulate time.

A City in Four Parts
d. Jon Behrens | USA | 2017 | 8 min 
Hypnotic layers upon layers of the Seattle skyline as seen from the blue waters of Lake Union.

Erosion
d. Brandon Bloch | USA | 2016 | 5 min
An impressionistic story of four subway dancers who must adapt their art form as the urban environment shifts around them.

Dunder
d. Endre Skandfer | Norway | 2016 | 11 min
A trio of little monsters learn valuable lessons about friendship.

Women&Wine
d. Liv Karin Dahlstrøm | Norway | 2017 | 21 min
Turid realizes she is no longer one of her friend's closest, so she starts playing games at her friend's 50th birthday party to get attention.

The Burden
d. Niki Lindroth von Bahr | Sweden | 2017 | 15 min 
An award-winning animated musical filled with tap dancing mice, singing sardines, and existential anxiety.

Schirkoa
d. Ishan Shukla | Germany | 2016 | 14 min
In strange, futuristic city, a senate member faces a difficult decision between his political career and love for a mysterious woman.

Home
d. Daniel Mulloy | United Kingdom | 2016 | 20 min
As thousands of men, women and children attempt to get into Europe, a comfortable English family sets out on what appears to be a holiday.

We The Economy - Globalization...Who Cares?...You Do
d. Bob Balaban | USA | 2016 | 8 min
Seven experts and a troupe of comedic actors break down what it means to have a globalized economy and whether it is good for us.

We The Economy - The Foreign Aid Paradox
d. Rachel Grady, Heidi Ewing | USA | 2016 | 9 min
How does providing foreign aid like food to a country such as Haiti affect both American interests as well as the recipient's own markets?

Feature Presentation

Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz
d. Kay D. Ray | USA | 2014 | 80 min
Through archival footage and interviews, musician-composer Patrice Rushen narrates the oft-untold history of American women jazz instrumentalists.

MARCH

Defend the Sacred
d. Kyle Bell | USA | 2016 | 17 min
An inside look into the heart and soul of indigenous people that stood in solidarity at Standing Rock.

Sweet, Sour, Dill and Everything in Between
d. Justine Miller | USA | 2016 | 4 min
A third-generation pickle maker on how it all started in 1897 and how they still make millions of pickles per year today.

Couples Night
d. Russell Summers, Robert Summers | USA | 2016 | 4 min
A couples night goes off the rails when one couple reveals they're blood sacrificing devil worshippers. And then things get weird...

Breathe, Just Breathe
d. Cheryl Ediss, Carrie Robinson | USA | 2016 | 3 min
A search for the truth told through dance as 3 characters navigate darkness, confusion, and internal struggle.

Nutag-Homeland
d. Alisi Telengut  | Canada | 2016 | 6 min
A non-narrative hand-painted visual poem about ideas of diaspora, homeland, and the tragic mass-deportations of the Kalmyk people during WWII.

8:AM
d. Emily Pando | USA | 2016 | 7 min
A numbers-obsessed character who lives life very carefully misses an opportunity to cherish every breath before all counters hit zero.

One More Round
d. Moses Olson | USA | 2017 | 13 min
A disgraced boxer must face his past. Will he choose to stand up for what's right or continue on his path of indifference?

Cold Storage
d. Thomas Freundlich | Finalnd | 2016 | 9 min
A lonely fisherman discovers his newfound soul brother, a prehistoric man frozen in the sea ice.

We The Economy - City on the Rise
d. Albert Hughes | USA | 2016 | 9 min
How does a great American city like Detroit bounce back from the loss of well-paid manufacturing jobs?

We The Economy - Made by China in America
d. Miao Wang | USA | 2016 | 9 min
Despite being portrayed as America's greatest economic competitor, is it possible China could be a key ally in U.S. economic development?

Feature Presentation

Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz
d. Kay D. Ray | USA | 2014 | 80 min
Through archival footage and interviews, musician-composer Patrice Rushen narrates the oft-untold history of American women jazz instrumentalists.

The Breach
d. Mark Titus | USA | 2014 | 85 min
A chronicle of the fragile ecosystem of wild salmon, focusing on Washington's Elwha River dam removal and Alaska's Pebble Mine mineral project.