2001 Woodstock Film Festival - ASBURY SHORTS
Founded in 1980 by a group of former film students from the New York Institute of Technology on Long Island, The Asbury Short Film Show has become one of New York’s most enduring short film exhibitions. Non-competitive, the goal of Asbury has always been to help independent filmmakers screen their work in the New York metropolitan area but at the same time provide the general public with the most entertaining short films possible.
Islands in the Sky A short film by Mitchell Rose 4:30 min
Four people weave fifty feet in the air, aloft and aloof in their ivory towers. One fourth of Mr. Rose's "Modern Daydreamers" suite.
Gulp A short film by Jason Reitman
From this year's Sundance shorts program Mr. Reitman tells us what
When the Day Breaks A short film by Wendy Tilby & Amanda Forbis Canada/10 min
Considered one of the best animated short films ever made. Nominated
Lunch A short film by Matthew Ehlers
Hilarious piece starring Michael Kolden as a man who puts new meaning
By Courier A short film by Peter Riegert
Based on a O.Henry short story acclaimed stage and screen actor Peter
Waste of Candy A short film by Frank D'Andrea and Terry Field 10:26 min
A dramatic exploration of one man's struggle with a critical decision.
Zen & The Art of Landscaping A short film by David Kartch
Suburban landscaper Greg Daniels gets caught up in the life of a family
Elevator World A short film by Mitchell Rose 4 min
Random gatherings and serenity in an extruded quadrangle.
In God We Trust A short film by Jason Reitman 16:35 min
Robert is going to hell. Or is he?? A dead man who learns he is going
to hell runs
Pee-A-Boo Sunday A short film by Laura Levine 1:45 min
A gripping yarn of animal husbandry, this film features Florence Giuliano as one woman and her six miniature horses. A Sundance selection.