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Autumn Shorts Film Festival Brings International Films to SCC

Published on Sep 9, 2019

Somerset Community College (SCC), Theatre & Film will add an evening to its 11th annual Autumn Shorts Film Festival to accommodate a large number of entries.  As in years past, the event is an international affair with short films from Spain, Finland, Russia, China, Singapore, Kenya, Iran, Azerbaijan, Poland, and Germany.   

The festival will also include short films from around the country as well as local cinema projects. 

The Autumn Shorts Film Festival will take place in SCC’s Stoner Little Theatre on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday; September 12, 13 and 14. The screenings will begin each evening at 7:00 pm. 

On the opening night of the festival, SCC will premiere its latest film project entitled, The Marriage Proposal. SCC’s short film, based on the classic turn of the century comedy by Anton Chekhov, features performances by Keifer Adkins, Tiffany Warren and Bruce Singleton.

The audience will have a chance to vote for their favorite film on each evening. At the end of each night of the festival, the top vote getter will receive the “People’s Choice” award. 

Tickets for the fest are $5.00 apiece for each evening. You may purchase a festival pass for all three evenings for only $10.00. Contact Theresa Kibby at 451-6766 or via email at from further details about tickets. 

Festival Schedule:

Thursday, September 12 

Machinations - Cameron Tutt, Bowling Green, Kentucky – 2:00 
Lone Treasure - Chris Lambert, Bowling Green, Kentucky – 1:00 
Small World - Savannah Mohr, Bowling Green, Kentucky – 3:00 
Adrift - Mackenzie Montross, Bowling Green, Kentucky – 1:00 
An Unfinished Portrait, Chris Kelder, Lexington, Kentucky – 14:00 
The Stop, Liudmila Komrakova, Russia (5:00) 
Irish Catholic, Bob Jones, Longwood, Florida (7:00) 
Cambio De Turno, Federico Untermann, Spain (10:00) 
Mauron´s Family, Rodrigo Canet, Spain (11:00) 
Reminiscence, Carlos Matías, China (5:00) 
The King's Ring, Jeniffer Castañeda García, Spain (10:00) 
The Marriage Proposal, SCC - Somerset, Kentucky (26:00) 

Friday, September 13 

The Bird Lover, Mathias Choo, Singapore (5:44) 
Tumult, Marta Renzi, Nyack New York (9:00) 
Delivery Service, Vladimir Koptsev, Elena Koptseva, Russia (13:00) 
The Harvesters, Derek Howard, Kenya (6:00) 
Replicante, Laura Toledo Carballo, Spain (6:00) 
True Colours, Vijay S. Jodha, Singapore (14:00) 
R31, Alex Cuellar, Rafa G. Sánchez. Spain (8:00)  
Her Head, Emma Louhivuori, Finland (7:00) 
It Will Be Our Secret, Sergi González, Spain (15:00) 
Summerfalls: The Choices We Make, SCC - Somerset, Kentucky (11:21) 

Saturday, September 14 

Gym Candy, Steven Dorrington, England (6:00) 
Flying Fishes, Mohammad Towrivarian, Iran (15:00) 
Unbreakable, Jean-Luc Julien, Germany (5:11) 
I Came From the Future, Dave Lojek, Poland (4:00) 
Bhau (Brother), Venky AV, India (15:00) 
Sushi, Yury Titov, Russia (11:00) 
Heartbreaker, Oleksandra Brovchenko, Ukraine (6:00) 
Such a Sweet Life, Lala Aliyeva-Klychkova, Azerbaijan, (14:00) 
Cheeky Monkey, Guillermo Dieste, Eduardo Dieste, Spain (8:00) 
Summerfalls: A Room with a Feud – SCC - Somerset, Kentucky (9:35) 
Summerfalls: Take It for a Spin - SCC - Somerset, Kentucky (6:07)

a scene from the marriage proposal film

Photo Caption: Keifer Adkins, Bruce Singleton and Tiffany Warren are featured in the premiere of SCC Theatre and Film’s own short film, The Marriage Proposal. The adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s fast-paced comic story will be presented on the opening night of the Festival in SCC’s Stoner Little Theatre


the stop short film

Photo Caption: The same film company who presented last’s year’s audience favorite will return with another passionate dance short. “The Stop” comes to the Autumn Shorts Film Festival from Russia. It will be shown on the Friday night segment of the festival. 




cheeky monkey short film


Photo Caption: Coming to the Autumn Shorts Film Festival from Spain is the delightful fantasy “Cheeky Monkey.” This short film will be shown on the Saturday installment of this year’s Autumn Shorts Film Festival.