Screening w/ Filmmaker Q&A


Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center


Family dramas, light comedies, chance encounters and life long love affairs: private matters take center stage in Domestic Affairs.

To Live Again, Aron Safranyos & Chris Smith (dirs.), 18min, 2017

Director Aron Safranyos in attendance

A woman learns to rebuild her life after a tragedy in a new drama from BIFF alum Aron Safranyos.

Le Creuset, Don Dowie (dir.), 8min, 2017

Director Don Dowie in attendance

BIFF alum Don Dowie returns with a delightful romp about an adulterous man, his wife and his mistress...and cookware.

A Meditation, Joe Petricca (dir.), 16min, 2017

Director Joe Petricca in attendance

A man who is a little lost has a surprising encounter with a women who shows up to buy a DVR he’s selling on Craigslist one a lazy sunday afternoon.

Backstory, Joschka Laukeninks (dir.), 8min, 2017

After a harsh childhood, a man goes to college, falls in the love with women of his dreams, builds a life, overcomes hardships and ponders the meaning of it all in Joschka Laukeninks’s award-winning drama.

Pilgrimage, Qunio Nozawa (dir.), 17min, JAPANESE-W-ENG-SUB, 2017

Masumi traces clues to a family secret left by her departed mother in Quino Nozawa’s evocative spiritual adventure.

Heart of Palm, Jeffrey R. Kent (dir.), 7min, 2017

Director Jeffrey R. Kent in attendance

A stubborn jar of hearts of palm is personified in a quirky short romantic comedy about loving, dating and growing.

King Grandpa, Martin Grau (dir.), 13min, GERMAN-W-ENG-SUB, 2017

After the passing of his grandfather, a boy turns to storytelling to keep his memory alive in Martin Grau’s tender coming of age story.

@ Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center – Saturday, October 7, 3:15PM

  • Still from To Live Again

    Still from To Live Again

    Directed by: Aron Safranyos