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Culver Theater Aud. 1 | PROOF Film Festival 2023
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Home / Now Showing / Daring: Block #6
The characters in this block are truly emblematic of the word Daring. Whether they dare to believe in the unknown, believe in themselves, or believe in a new future, they all masterfully dare to try
“The Universe and You,” Brendan Mitchell, 13 Minutes, USA
West Coast Premiere!
The host of a late night cable access show takes a call from a viewer that could have dangerous consequences.
“Look Back At It,” Felicia Pride, 12 Minutes, USA
A forty-something single mother gets her groove back with a little assistance from her teenage daughter.
“The Sheriff of Nottingham Meets Robin Hood,” Omar Lopex , 1 Minute, USA & Mexico
A lonely Border Patrol agent seeks purpose south of the border, and a fat Mexican boy dreams of blonde women.
“Juliet,” Ira Storozhenko, 15 Minutes, USA
A transgender teenager battles prejudice and her own self-doubt to audition for a female lead in her high school’s play.
“Trash Cats,” Maria Norris Scaffido, 4 Minutes, USA
Fang Dangler is tasked with making breakfast for his friends the morning after a bender.
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