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Caught Short Covers it’s Bases on July 2.

Written by Michael Carr on June 18, 2009

This month Caught Short returns with a burgeoning load of diverse and varied short films just bulging with goodness. As always Metroscreen will be on hand to award great prizes to some lucky audience members so check out some of the highlight of what’s happening in July.

George Giampietri’s Will to Forget is a dark and funny tale; a couple of party prone kids accidentally spike a Jehovah’s Witness’ coffee with cocaine.

You Can Count to Ten is an account of a new art movement spreading through Australia. Part doco, part collage, Stephanie Bridger’s inspiring film is an upbeat insight into a growing phenomenon.

Matthew Graham’s Billy presents a wonderfully warm and funny portrayal of a typical family conundrum – how to answer the big questions of little kids.

In Chasing Mel Pete Ireland delves deep into his family history in an effort to prove (or disprove) the old family legend that they share blood with internationally renowned actor Mel Gibson.

Join us for a pre-screening bevie and grill the filmmakers in the Q&A sessions!

What: Caught Short’s Film Night When: Thursday 2nd July Time: 7.30pm for 8pm screening

Where: Tap Gallery, 278 Palmer St (just off Oxford St), Darlinghurst Cost: $10/$5

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