The FreeStyle Life: Oscar Contest
To commemorate Oscar week, The FreeStyle Life will be hosting its annual Oscar Contest. The contest is simple. Make your predictions for the winners of each Oscar category on our Contest Page. Whoever has the most correct answers will receive a free monthly pass to The FreeStyle Life Film Exhibition, in addition to a Manin bracelet.
In order to qualify for our contest, your predictions must be filled out on our Contest Page or sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before the Oscar telecast this Sunday at 7PM EST.
There are 24 categories in total and each counts the same, so choose wisely!
Closing out the 4th week of our exhibition, The FreeStyle Life will be screening the boxing drama K.O. Dan Basone’s student short is about a psychologically wounded fighter who will need a lot more than training to overcome his fears.
Australian filmmaker Lindsey Manning examines human addiction in her student short What Level.
Ronnie Cramer makes 100 of your favorite celebrity mug shots morph from one into the next. How many can you name?
We are closing week two of our film exhibition with the short film Civil. Set during the Civil War, a Confederate soldier has his loyalties tested when he is pursued by a Union soldier.
Director Weston Middleton’s talents are on full display in this short, featuring gorgeous landscape photography, a thrilling cat and mouse chase, and an appearance from someone you may recognize from Wedding Crashers.
Live Outside the Box
Simon is a workaholic without any social contact. Gradually his world becomes smaller and smaller and even at the very end, there is nothing left in his world but only his work. This severe impact finally wakes him up and now Simon has to find the right way to bring his life back before everything is too late…
The Ballad of Sandeep
Derek Frey directs Deep Roy (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Eastbound and Down) in the short comedy The Ballad of Sandeep. After his IT job is outsourced to Bangalore, Sandeep Majumdar sets up a remote access in his apartment, tricking his former company into believing that he is really working from India.