2011 Schedule

Subject to Change

The following times and locations, and even events, are preliminary and are subject to change. We will update this page as new events are added and times and locations are adjusted.

Venue

Most events are in the Performing Arts Building on the Hillsborough Community College Ybor campus, located at the northeast corner of West Palm Avenue and 14th Street North, Tampa, Florida 33605 (map).

Tickets

All events are open to the public; most events are free but a few require purchase of a ticket. Ticket prices are noted in the event description. Tickets can be purchased at the box office located in the lobby of the Performing Arts Building. Cash only.

Wednesday March 23

Time Mainstage Theater Studio Theater Art Gallery Other Venues
5:30pm

The Digital Lounge Show

Video installations, digital painting and single channel exhibition – 20 international filmmakers, Francesca Talenti and Margaret Ross Tolbert. Opening reception and gallery talk: Francesca Talenti (gallery is open all hours of festival through Saturday evening, March 26)
Free
7:30pm

Fest Highlights

Screenings:
The Lost Thing, 2011 Academy Award winner, Best Animated Short Production Day, by Tampa director Fred Smith, plus special guests
Free

Time Travels: Explorations

Elements of Time, David Montgomery
Parallel, Dee Hood
Exquisite Corpses, Dana Plays
Aquifer, Dana Plays
River Madness, Dana Plays
Glory, László Horváth
The Lost Thing, Shaun Tan
Free
9:00pm 11:00pm

Fest Highlights

Outdoor screenings and live music by Bunko Squad
New World Brewery 1313 8th Ave, Tampa, Florida 33605 (map)

Thursday March 24

Time Mainstage Theater Studio Theater Art Gallery Other Venues
6:00pm

American Nightmare: Made in China

Documentary: A shortage of U.S.-made sheetrock leads to importation of toxic Chinese product turning Florida dream homes into nightmares. Director: Briana Frapart
Tickets: $5.00

The Digital Lounge Show

Free
7:30pm

Waste Land

Trash to Art: New York City artist Vik Muniz films the garbage pickers/recyclers at the world's largest landfill near Rio de Janeiro. Director: Lucy Walker
Tickets: $10.00

Time Travels: Explorations

Elements of Time, David Montgomery
Parallel, Dee Hood
Exquisite Corpses, Dana Plays
Aquifer, Dana Plays
River Madness, Dana Plays
Glory, László Horváth
The Lost Thing, Shaun Tan
Free
9:00pm

More Than Skin Deep

Tanning Craze: A look at the most misunderstood and underestimated illnesses – the disease of skin cancer. Director: Stan Kozma
Tickets: $10.00

Friday March 25

Time Mainstage Theater Studio Theater Art Gallery Other Venues
6:00pm

Time Travels: Explorations

Elements of Time, David Montgomery
Parallel, Dee Hood
Exquisite Corpses, Dana Plays
Aquifer, Dana Plays
River Madness, Dana Plays
Glory, László Horváth
The Lost Thing, Shaun Tan
Free

The Digital Lounge Show

Free
7:30pm

Pat Oleszko

Performance: Page Oleszko is awwwwe-inspiring and a little terrifying if encountered unexpectedly.
Tickets: $10.00
9:00pm

Into Eternity

Documentary: Finland is building a nuclear waste repository designed to last 100,000 years. How do we convince future generations to stay out? Director: Michael Madsen
Tickets: $10.00

Saturday March 26

Time Mainstage Theater Studio Theater Art Gallery Other Venues
11:00am

Florida Filmmaker Winners

Atlantic & Pacific Production award winners (in no particular order):
Glory, László Horváth
Disconnected, Freddy Rabbath
You’ve Got Hell, Stephen McKendree and R. Presley Stephens
War of Our Children, Clint Mouriño
Drawn, Freddy Rabbath
Free

A Brook Through Time: Theodore Lyman III

A film about Red Brook in Wareham, Massachusetts, by Tampa filmmaker Charles Lyman, who will also show A Passage Through Egypt, an excerpt from Ironclads, a work in progress about a night-time float trip down the Hillsborough River.
Free

The Digital Lounge Show

Free
1:00pm

Award Presentations

Patsy O-ward: Production Day, Fred Smith
Winners of the Atlantic & Pacific Production awards:
Best in Category: HCC Family Portrait, Brittany Soots
Best in Category: USF Every Time I Dive, Adrian Errico
Best in Category: Florida Student-FSU Drawn, Freddy Rabbath
Best in Category: Florida Independent Elements of Time, David Montgomery
USF: Merit Awards
Stage 5, Jean Carlo Penaloza
Tender, John Shirk
Florida Student: Merit
The Artist’s Passion, Nick Rua
Spin Cycle, Fawn Testa
Free
2:30pm

Springs Eternal?

Florida author and documentary filmmaker Bill Belleville and Florida artist Margaret Ross Tolbert present a lecture on Florida's natural freshwater springs.
Free

Florida Filmmaker Winners

Winners of the Atlantic & Pacific Production awards (in no particular order): You’ve Got Hell, Stephen McKendree and R. Presley Stephens
War of Our Children, Clint Mouriño
Glory, László Horváth
Exquisite Corpses, Dana Plays
Free
3:30pm

AQUIFERious

Florida artist Margaret Ross Tolbert talks about her new book, AQUIFERious, paintings and writings about the freshwater springs in North Florida.
Free
4:00pm

Time Travels: Explorations

Elements of Time, David Montgomery
Parallel, Dee Hood
Exquisite Corpses, Dana Plays
Aquifer, Dana Plays
River Madness, Dana Plays
Glory, László Horváth
The Lost Thing, Shaun Tan
Free
4:30pm

In Marjorie’s Wake

Florida author and filmmaker Bill Belleville presents In Marjorie’s Wake: In Search of Rawlings, a River and Time, which follows the path of a 1933 float trip on the St. Johns river taken by Marjorie Rawlings (The Yearlin).
Free
6:00pm

Sirena

A dance performance by Margaret Ross Tolbert and Stefan Craciun
Free
7:30pm

The Evening Room

Directed by Tampa filmmaker Victoria Jorgensen, The Evening Room explores lack of intimacy between romantic partners, colleagues and total strangers in a fast-moving world in which reality is much less intriguing than the unknown. Introduced by Jorgensen and attended by cast and crew.
Tickets: $10.00

Sunday March 27

Time Mainstage Theater Studio Theater Art Gallery Other Venues
2:00pm 6:00pm

Fest Highlights

Festival highlights and audience favorites.
Tickets: $5.00
Silver Meteor Gallery, 2213 East 6th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605 (map)
The Films:
the best of currents 2010, from the first annual Santa Fe International New Media Festival
Time Travels: 44 min
The Lost Thing
War of Our Children
You’ve Got Hell
Every Time I Dive
Spin Cycle
Daphne
Yonder and Elements of Time
Stage Five
Family Portrait
The Artist’s Passion