2021 Festival

CCFF 9.5 Film Schedule

We’re excited to finally share the film schedule just in time for CCFF 9.5! Consider this a selection of highlights from those carefully curated 100+ films we originally planned for the 2020 festival. We can’t wait to share two nights of features and short films with you drive-in movie style in downtown Lansing on December 18 & 19—FREE and open to all. 

PS! These films in general are of adult themes and adult language. While these drive-in films are outdoors, we do require a mask anytime you’re moving outside of your vehicle. Please follow social distancing guidelines. 

CCFF 9.5 DRIVE-IN/WALK-UP WEEKEND

Walk-Up (Friday only – Comerica Building)
101 N Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48933

Drive-in/Walk-Up (Friday & Saturday – between Knapp’s Building & Cooley Temple Building)
231 S Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI 48933
Parking is free – Estimated capacity is 50 cars
Radio station will be available for audio (so you can keep the windows rolled up)
Exterior speakers will be available for walkers/attendees who bring chairs (& blankets!)

SCHEDULE

Friday, December 18 (2 locations)
5:30 PM –Projection mapping pre-show at Comerica Bank Building
6:00 PM – Projection mapping show TERRA FORMS at Comerica Bank Building (encores at 6:15, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00)
6:30-8:30 PM – Short Film Block: Women of Character
9:00-11:00 PM – Feature: SOUVENIRS

Saturday, December 19 (1 location)
5:30-7:30 PM Short Film Block: Comedy
8:00-10:00 PM Feature: WHAT DOESN’T KILL US
10:30-12:30 PM Short Film Block: Adult Animation

FEATURE FILMS

SOUVENIRS, a murderabilia shop clerk discovers her own family’s dark history when she’s asked to sell souvenirs from a crime not yet solved. Showing before this feature is the short film SOMETHING BLUE. 

WHAT DOESN’T KILL US is a mockumentary about rehabilitated zombies (or necro-sapiens, to be politically correct) facing the adversities that come with living in a time when they aren’t yet considered socially equal to homo-sapiens (aka, human beings). Showing before this feature is the short film KILL THE NARRATOR.

SHORT FILM BLOCKS

Women of Character Shorts
Our favorite women characters that have won our minds throughout the eras! This block includes:

  • BORN STILL
  • MIRACLE BABY
  • HATSHEPSUT
  • JACK AND ANNA
  • THE TEA AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TEAPOT
  • ALINA

Comedy Shorts
A (sometimes dark) comedy explosion of all tastes and types! This block includes:

  • THE MEETING
  • TIGHT SPOT
  • URINATION COMPLICATION
  • ADVICE
  • AMITYVILLE WITCH ACTIVITY
  • NEW YEAR’S KISS
  • BUYERS REMORSE
  • BADNAPPING
  • AUTUMN’S BREEZE
  • NUCLEAR FAMILY
  • ROUND UP WINE
  • LOVE POTION NO. 5
  • THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS
  • LOST TREASURE OF THE VALLEY

Adult Animation Shorts
These are not animations for the faint of heart—only sturdy and lucid minds should embark on these shorts that range from the enlightened to the traumatic. This block includes:

  • WOOER
  • TOP DEATH
  • MALAKOUT
  • DESIRE ELEGY
  • NO MORE CHICKEN
  • TANGLE
  • THE QUIET
  • PANIC ATTACK!
  • THE WEDDING CAKE
  • DREAMLIKE
  • MIRROR
  • ACCEPT
  • HURT
  • HUMAN BOX
  • GOING ON STAGE
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