All in the Family

2018 Festival

Fri, May 11 @ 6:30 pm - GPLT

Presented by Oliver’s Funeral Home, the films in this package explore familial bonds and the challenges faced in navigating these close relationships.

Films in this package

A woman, who hasn’t seen her grown daughters for quite some time, invites them to join her, their father and grandmother for a family dinner at an upscale Chinese restaurant. She has something to tell them. Won the Audience Award at the 2017 Festival du court métrage de la Citrouille among other awards.

Set in the 1960s, this is the story of a road trip that changed a family’s life forever. Won Audience Award for Best Narrative Short at 2017 Austin Film Festival.

Death’s son doesn’t want to take over the family business. His secret desire to become a guardian angel triggers a series of major mishaps. His dad will have to intervene to get him out of this mess.

Since her mother’s death, thirty-year-old Zoé has been working at The Winkles, her father’s bar. One morning, Zoé starts suffering from dizzy spells and nausea. Thinking that exhaustion is to blame, she goes to the doctor, and the diagnosis changes everything. Won the César in 2018 for Best Short Film. Won the 2018 Best Live…

An elusive stranger pays Bimbo a visit in the middle of the night to deliver a vital message. Won Best Picture (Horror Shorts) at 2017 Fantastic Fest.

The bond between a disabled Muslim father and his son is tested when love is pitted against religion. Everyday Khaled needs his son’s assistance to wash before prayer as part of their Islamic religious obligation, but when he suspects that his son is gay, he realizes that he would lose his ability to pray if…