2013 Short Film Festival/ Contest
25 short films submitted from around the world compete for monetary prizes awarded by our festival’s short films committee and the audience. They were culled from more than 50 entries, and among the finalists are shorts from China, Germany and Spain. A reception follows the two showings on Saturday at Hoyt Library.
Visit for Schedule Page for the Short Film Festival program presentation times.
Special Presentations - 2013 Riverside Saginaw Film Festival Short Film Contest
Short Films - Program 1
a Sci-fi..."Groundhog Day-style short."
Directed by Girard Tecson
Her Solemn Cadence
A Woman with a Secret.
Directed by Kimberly Howard
A student won't leave the college's basement.
Directed by Jim Gleason/Jeff VandeZande
Evil shadows chase a group of refugees hiding from a war.
Directed by Ivan Villemel Sanchez
A young girl runs a lemonade stand with amusing results.
Directed by Paul Lenzi
Absolution Is Now Public
A man seeks revenge on another man he has never met.
Directed by Michael Christianson
A man has to choose between love and his obsession with Russian roulette.
Directed by Hayk Matevosyan
Two men encounter obstacles on their way to a baseball game.
Directed by Juan Ramirez
Drama involving a young woman, her grandmother, and a special bike.
Directed by Stephanie Bushey
This film questions whether technology has made us better people.
Directed by Tonia L. Carrier
Evil reaches a young boy about to turn eight.
Directed by Raul Cerezo
Two teens bond at a party until an unexpected revelation threatens their relationship.
Directed by Ron Coons/Wendy Keeling
Useful Valid True
Alone in a small room, a man is confronted with questions that have no answers, in a world where there are no lies - only lack of understanding.
Directed by David Golden
A Dollar A Day
A man sees his paycheck get smaller and smaller much to his chagrin.
Directed by Ray Etheridge/Migdala Etheridge
Short Films - Program 2
A woman finds a mysterious handbag.
Directed by Becky Revsz
A Masterpiece Quest
A man seeks the definitive piece of Art.
Directed by Dejan Mraovic
Ni Jing: Thou Shalt Not Steal
A young woman wakes up in her own blood in the middle of the woods.
Directed by Roberto Canuto/Xu Xiaoxi
An unusual turtle is on an interesting journey.
Directed by Matt Gibson
A Killer Documentary
A man evicts tenants in a strange way.
Directed by Phil Wachowiak
Zweibett Zimmer (Double Occupancy)
Two men are stuck in a hospital room with only one window.
Directed by Fabian Giessler
Small Town Fireworks
A man and his girlfriend keep running into her ex-boyfriends.
Directed by Michael McCallum
When Bart 6874 Met Lulu 5547
A man and a woman hope to find love in the singles ads.
Directed by Michael Manasee
Eat Your Vegetables
A young girl who hates vegetables finds a surprise on the 3rd floor.
Directed by Joe Rule
Two ambulance drivers become involved with stealing human organs.
Directed by Terence Cover
The Humans Are Coming
A zombie family is constantly harassed by their human neighbors.
Directed by Dustin Alcock
Fast Love Second Chances
A woman searches for love when she joins a speed dating service.
Directed by Seema Arora
PAST FESTIVAL - RSFF 2012 Short Festival Award Winners!
Two narrative films were selected (tied) for jury award narrative:
Titans of Newark (Narrative), Directed by Mike Marino
Offline (Narrative), Directed by Ian Bawa
Electro-Cute! (Experimental), Directed by Taryn Hough
The Couch Detectives (Narrative), Directed by Steven Oliver
FACE (Experimental), Directed by Grant Harding