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Charleston Music Hall Presents:

The 39th Asbury Short Film Concert

DOORS: 6:30PM / SHOW: 7:00PM

$10 ADV | $12 DOS

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 Rated: PG-13

Recommended for ages 16 and way above!

Dinner Add On option available for an additional $32
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Dinner at Vincent Chicco’s – (843) 203-3002
Dinner at Virginia’s on King – (843) 735-5800
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Tickets can also be purchased at Music Hall Box Office:
37 John Street (843) 853-2252 | Monday – Thursday (12 pm – 6 pm) Friday (10 am – 6 pm)

Asbury Shorts USA is New York City’s longest running short film exhibition & touring show. Since 1981 their short film “Concerts” have been presented at historic cinemas, art museums and performing arts centers across the US, Canada, Great Britain and Germany. Asbury Shorts USA’s mission is  to screen world renowned, festival award winning short films theatrically…on real cinema screens…as opposed to You Tube, smart phones or computers.  The staff of Asbury Shorts is extremely excited to announce their “39th Short Film Concert”  will blast on to the screen at Charleston Music Hall on Thursday night, January 16th featuring a fast paced and highly entertaining line up of the best in short film Comedy, Drama and Animation. The two hour showcase will include: US film festival ‘Best of Show’ winners and international honorees…from the past & present. Recommended for ages 16 and way above.

“The Best Short Film Show I’ve ever seen”  (Jason Reitman > Academy Award nominated director of:  ‘JUNO’ ‘Thank You for Smoking,’ ‘Up in the Air’ and ‘Young Adult.)

1. “Pickle”  (16:00 mins.)  Director:  Amy Nicholson – New York City.  Slightly morbid but often humorous expose of a loving married couple living on a farm in  Maryland whose mission in life is to help and attempt to heal various types of wild animals…..mostly without success.

2. “Alternative Math”  (9:00) Director:  David Maddox – Dallas, Texas.   A veteran public school teacher is alarmed to find out traditional methods in math instruction are being challenged with unbelievable results.

3. “SPIN”    (8:00).  Director:  Jamin Winans – Denver, Colorado.  A displaced DJ happens upon the scene of a car accident, an imminent drug deal and a potential gang war. He finds out he has the ability to manipulate time & space using his turntables to hopefully end the chaos.

Venue Information
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403
http://charlestonmusichall.com/