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This program include six (6) short films! Please click through the films on the right to see details about each one.

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Joe Potay, an adorable tow truck driver really digs Kelli, a fellow North Carolinian, when he meets her as he changes her dead car battery. But Joe’s interest takes a sharp right turn when he learns that Kelli is a Muslim. Kelli finds herself stuck in Joe's tow truck cab as he reveals his ultra-conservative white nationalist ideas. Joe informs Kelli that she’s damned to hell, so Kelli insinuates she’s left him something special in his truck.

Director's Bio:

Nicole Ballivian is a Sundance Screenwriter Fellow and director. Nicole wrote and directed DRIVING TO ZIGZIGLAND, a Palestinian-American comedy feature that had over 100 festival screenings and won international awards. Nicole’s production background includes work for Warner Bros, Universal Pictures and in independent film.

  • Runtime
    18 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    West Coast Premiere
  • Rating
    "R" equivalent for language
  • Director
    Nicole Ballivian
  • Screenwriter
    Nicole Ballivian, based on story by Deonna Kelli Sayed
  • Producer
    Nicole Ballivian
  • Cast
    Jill Galbraith, Travis Lincoln Cox
  • Cinematographer
    Leo Purman
  • Editor
    Troy Taroy
  • Sound Design
    Tom Hopper
  • Music
    Joel Hinojosa