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Since its premiere in 2001, alongside the grand reopening of Pacific Theatres at the Sherman Oaks Galleria, The Valley Film Festival holds the proud title of being the first film festival in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley. Our mission is to further the education, production, and distribution of filmmaking in The Valley, with a goal of bringing together established filmmakers, emerging talent, and their audiences on the studio backlot - just North of Hollywood.


The Valley Film Festival ~ "10 Degrees Hotter" Short FIms

From musicals (Sudden Death) to music videos (My Southern Can is Mine), to thrillers (Love Me Tender) and thrills (52 Takes of the Same Thing, Then Boobs), to local gems and foreign finds, The 10th Annual Valley Film Festival has a varied selection of short films competing for the coveted 10 Degrees Hotter award. 
(Please note that these short films precede our feature films and do not screen in a single program.)
Screens with Paid for Pain on 11/12 @ 10pm
Directed by T. Arthur Cottam. The most important aspect of filmmaking is a good story. Another dirty
little short from the award-winning director of Pornographic Apathetic and Filthy Food

Screens with Driver's Ed Mutiny on 11/14 @ 5pm
Directed by Peter Pasic, Slovenia. This partially animated short from Slovenia is about a husband and wife
in a tiny village who are shocked when their pig gives birth to cyborg piglets.

Screens with Paid for Pain on 11/12 @ 10pm
Directed by Haik Hoisington, The Flower contrasts a utopian society that freely farms and consumes a
pleasure giving flower with a society where the same flower is illegal
and its consumption is prohibited. 
The Revelation screens with Butterflies on 11/13 @ 7pm
Directed by Vincent Diderot, France. La Revelation takes place in a theater, where viewers are captivated. On the
screen, a spaceship captain is telling the world he has met people from outer space.
Screens with The Commune on 11/12 @ 7:30pm  
Directed by Matthew Morgenthaler, Love Me Tender is a dark comedy about seemingly innocent Emma Blake who
is hoping to find true love at her university. But whenever a potential boy disappoints her- she kills him.

Bathing Micky screens with Home From the War on 11/14 @ 2:30pm. 
Festival de Cannes Jury Winner - Short Film
Directed by Frida Kempff, Sweden. 100 year old
Micky has been a member of the local bathing club foralmost half a
decade. Every day, every season, she swims with her friends at her
beloved bathing club. From her story we gain a perspective on ourselves
& on how our existence is but the fruit of coincidence.
Don't stop reading! There are more films in this program... 


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