Wolf Tree proudly presents our 2023 🏆Official Selections🏆 for short films!
Every Wolf Tree is curated carefully and thoughtfully, from the programming to the production behind it. Our committee of fellow film and theatre aficionados invite you to experience Marshall’s own homegrown film festival – January 21, 2023 at 7pm! Join us at The Franke Center for an exciting evening of screenings and a mixer with the filmmakers and the YPC.
CW: Some films included in this festival contain mature content that may be inappropriate for young viewers and may be triggering for others. Viewer discretion is advised.
A drama about a young man who struggles with his sobriety while he and his wife host a holiday dinner with her dysfunctional family.
A comedy about a hitman who thinks he’s on a routine mission, but he’s got another think coming.
A drama about a lonely, sensitive boy and his doomsday-prepping father.
A live-action animated short about a young girl and her imaginary friend, a silent and friendly monster.
A 7th grade student shares their thoughts about being Different.
A foreign language drama about a pianist who suffers from conversion disorder, and the universal language of music.
A drama about a seasoned journalist who reevaluates the role she plays in other people’s stories.
A dark comedy about two friends who hope to buy a car but discover a corpse in its trunk.
A drama/mystery about a photographer tasked with taking photos of all in attendance at a funeral.
A thriller about two surfers who take matters into their own hands to catch a killer.