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Saturday, November 19 • 5:15pm - 5:45pm
Mine (12m) + Normal (17m)

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Mine
(USA) In  with English subtitles
(2015) 12 min. (1.85:1)

DIR Nick Dixon, PRO Nick Dixon, Willem Kampenhout, SCR Nick Dixon, DP , EDIT , MUS , CAST Andrew Diaz

A shepherd in the war-torn Gaza Strip searches for his sheep after they were scattered by wolves.  In his search, he steps on an old landmine and has to figure out how to step off without it detonating.

Normal
(Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of) In Spanish with English subtitles
(2015) 17 min. (2.35)

DIR Vadim Lasca, PRO Mariale Fleitas, SCR Vadim Lasca, DP , EDIT , MUS , CAST Nina Rancel, Slavko Sorman

Fabricio, a Chavista young man, is stuck at home during the rioting occurred in Venezuela on 2014. Alejandra, his former opposition girlfriend, who is participating in the street rioting, is pursued by the National Guard, and arrives, without knowing, to the Fabricio’s house, who helps her to hide. Due to the volatile situation in the streets, Alejandra should stay with Fabricio until it is safe to get out. During this time together should deal with their political differences, which in the past led to their separation.

Directors
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Nick Dixon

Director, Mine
Nick Dixon, from Denver, Colorado, is the director of short films like “Mine” and “Without A Rope.” He graduated from BYU in 2014 in Media Arts.  He has won a Student Emmy for producing “Mr. Bellpond,” as well as four Telly Awards, two regional Emmys, several Utah Addy... Read More →
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Vadim Lasca

Director, Normal
Vadim Lasca Orsini is a Venezuelan Director, Writer and Editor born in Moscow, Russia, on October 9, 1974.Coming from a musicians and performing artists family, he began musical studies at conservatories and children’s theatre groups in an early age.Upon completion of high school... Read More →



Saturday November 19, 2016 5:15pm - 5:45pm
Heritage Center - Hall B 105 N. 100 E., Cedar City, UT 84720