Colors of the Spirit

Director: Max Goldstein
Short Short
Animation | USA | 3 min

A young artist with a creative block, inspired by an unusual painting, decides to draw in color and gets lost in his work.

 


Screens in Shorts Program: Youth in Cinema
Screens with Love in Kilnerry

Friday, June 28, 2019 7:30 PM
Love in Kilnerry w/ Short Films (Kingsley Rm #1)
The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel
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Love in Kilnerry w/ Short Films (Kingsley Rm #1)

Friday, June 28, 2019 7:30 PM

The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel

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Saturday, June 29, 2019 8:00 PM
Shorts Program: Youth in Cinema (Kingsley Rm #2)
The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel
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Shorts Program: Youth in Cinema (Kingsley Rm #2)

Saturday, June 29, 2019 8:00 PM

The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel

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Director’s bio:

Max Goldstein, 18, of South Orange, N.J., graduates in June from Columbia High School in Maplewood and is headed to the Radio, Television & Film program at the University of Texas at Austin in August. He has written and directed several short films that have won or been official selections in film festivals in New Jersey and Texas. Colors of the Spirit won the Grand Jury prize for animated shorts at the SOMA Film Festival’s Young Filmmaker’s Track and a Silver REMY Award at WorldFest — Houston International Film Festival. His other award-winning, including Max’s Candy CrushDetention 2038Village 2 Village The Shadow Puppet, and A CHS Mockumentary,  can be found at maxgoldstein.us