Walk a Mile in My Shoes (Shorts Program)

(98 min, CanadaIsraelSwitzerlandUnited KingdomUnited States, 2015-17)
Shorts Program

Have you ever woken up and found that you’re living someone else’s life? That you’ve traded places, for good or for ill? This collection of comedic short films centers on this key moment of transformation and the amazing after-effects of jumping lanes −when your life as you know it comes to a screeching halt and an altogether different path opens up.

Featured films: An Average Story; Bacon & God’s Wrath; The Chop; Cowlick; Jewish Blind Date; The Postman in Underwear; Mordechai.

WJFF’s popular program Two Jews Walk into a Bar (and a Deli) is back by popular demand! Join us for a cinematic pub crawl in Chinatown, stopping at On Rye and Bar Deco. $30 gets you 3 drinks and admission to the shorts film program.

Screenings

Sunday, May 21, 2:30 pm
E Street Cinema
555 11th Street NW
Washington, DC

Sunday, May 28, 2:00 pm
Two Jews Walk Into A Bar (and a Deli)
6th Street NW
Washington, DC

E Street Cinema elevators are unavailable for the remainder of the Festival. If you can't use an escalator, and have purchased tickets to an E Street screening, contact boxoffice@wjff.org for a credit or refund.

Guests

Screenings followed by a Q&A with Cowlick filmmaker Lindsey Sitz.

Lindsey Sitz is a scriptwriter based out of Washington, DC.  She works for a number of production companies in the area, with a current focus on narrative animation, interactive video, and commercial spots.  She has always been an anxious person. When she was 10-years-old, she spent what felt like hours re-reading the same page of “Shiloh” over and over and OVER again because she believed that if she just read it one more time, her family would always be safe. In the last decade and a half, she has painfully realized that the universe CANNOT AND WILL NOT be controlled. It is a beautiful, unpredictable, wild mess. Sometimes all we can do is sit back and laugh. Cowlick was inspired by this idea.

Tickets

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E Street Cinema elevators are unavailable for the remainder of the Festival. If you can’t use an escalator, and have purchased tickets to an E Street screening, contact boxoffice@wjff.org for a credit or refund.

This event finished on May 29, 2017.