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Calling all movie fans!
For two nights only, Fresno Filmworks will present the 2018 Oscar-Nominated Short Films at the historic Tower Theatre.
On Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10, Filmworks will feature five full programs of short films that are competing this year for an Academy Award—just weeks before the winners are announced.
Friday’s programs are: live action shorts at 5:30 p.m. and animated shorts at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday’s programs are: animated shorts at 1 p.m., live action shorts at 4 p.m., and documentary shorts at 7 p.m.
In addition to the world-class films, this year’s event will again feature an Oscar-themed photo booth. Audience members will get a chance to share their night at the Oscars by showing off their outfits on the red carpet and making photo booth pictures, with Hollywood-style props available.
Tickets to single programs cost $10 general admission and $8 for students and seniors. A special $15 double-feature ticket is available for any two programs. You can find more ticket information here.
This marks the 13th straight year that Filmworks has brought the world’s best short-form cinema to central San Joaquin Valley audiences. Linda Knight, Filmworks co-president, says: “Every year, the quality and the diversity of the Oscar shorts programs somehow gets better and better. We can’t wait to share these inspiring selections with the community.”
For full details, including a synopsis of each short film, visit FresnoFilmworks.org.