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ALBERTA SPIRIT 2: SHORT SHORTSBLACK HILLSdir. Cameron Macgowan, 2012Set in the lawless lands of the Alberta frontier, a violent task has long-lasting repercussions in this grisly Western gothic.BLOW ME A KISSdir. Sandi Somers and Corey Lee, 2011In a dance set to music by Calgary's the lovebullies, three onlookers in a cabaret are transported back to a significant time in their lives.BREAK OUTdir. Ramin Eshraghi-Yazi, 2012The words we use can have many meanings, as proven in this clever combination of love story and crime drama.C'EST LA VIE: THE CHRIS J. MELNYCHUK STORYdir. Chris J. Melnychuk, Karilynn Thompson and Various, 2011A team of 19 animators from the Quickdraw animation Society brings colourful life to the final, unfinished film by the late Chris J. Melnychuk.DRYLANDdir. Brett Ferster, 2011In the days of prohibition, a young girl grows curious about her father's late-night journeys. Stowing away in his truck, she finds herself thrust into a dangerous situation.GLUEdir. Michal Lavi, 2012Sophie's husband, tom, has been working a suspicious amount of overtime lately. Worrying about infidelity, Sophie finds a way to make sure they'll stick together.GOOD MORNINGdir. Jeremy Robinson, 2012A beautifully naturalistic conversation between two lovers, Good Morning explores anxieties about romance, careers and ageing with an eye for authenticity.GRANNY BABYdir. Eva Colmers, 2012Calgary theatrical institution Joyce Doolittle stars in this heartwarming story of an unlikely friendship in a hospital waiting room.SHINNYdir. Tyler Macintyre, 2012Arthur's late-night practice session proves to be less solitary than he thought with the appearance of the lovely Mittens in this short set in 1950s Toronto.SKELETON GIRLdir. Leo Wieser and Steven Hanulik, 2012A “twisted tale for demented children,” this fully 3d stop-motion short shows that it's never a good idea to steal from the dead.