Downtown Springfield Association
Bridge & Other Films, at Moxie Cinema

Bridge & Other Films, at Moxie Cinema

December, 2 2018 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

305 S Campbell Ave Springfield, Missouri 65806



  • Director: Jem Moore
  • Genre: Shorts
  • Rating: NR
  • Running Time: approx: 63 min.

Four films by Jem Moore including “Bridge,” a short film that was shot outside of Marshfield. The program will include two other short films, “Grace” & “Tango,” and a medium-length documentary called “Taiwan Portraits.”

Local films are $5 and seating is first come first serve.

Starring: Austin Grant, Phoenix Xavier,
Director: Jem Moore
Cinematographer: Blayne Chastain
Casting: Jonna Volz
Sound: Derek Haff Genre: Drama Rating: PG-13
Running Time: 6 mins. Summary: In a small town in southern Missouri, two brothers share an endless summer afternoon, with no thought toward the future. Based on a true event, “Bridge” captures a moment in time and place, where the ordinary is everything, and nothing will be the same.

Starring: Meg Saricks, Roger Strong, Kurt Hanover,
Director: Jem Moore,
Cinematographer by Hanuman Brown-Eagle
Genre: Suspense
Running Time: 2 minutes
Appropriate Audience/”Rating”: PG13
Summary: In the darkest hour of the night, in a suburban home, murder is afoot. But who will pay in the end?

Starring: John Maloney, Hannah Elizabeth Kenyon
Director: Jem Moore
Cinematograper: Hanuman Brown-Eagle
Writer: Horace Buckley
Genre: Supernatural
Running Time: 11 minutes
Appropriate Audience/”Rating”: PG13
Summary: A man with a past he longs to leave behind takes a temp job as a night watchman at an abandoned hospital. He finds out that not only does it look haunted, it is haunted, and he may never escape.

“Taiwan Portraits”
Director: Jem Moore, Genre: Documentary Running Time: 45 minutes Appropriate Audience/”Rating”: G –
Mandarin Chinese w/subtitles in English Summary: These films reveal the intimate portraits of six very different people, who share a commitment to living life in Taiwan on their own terms. From a painter who started her own vegetarian restaurant in the hills, to the Woody Guthrie of Taiwan singing protest songs and winning top musical awards, to the last living movie poster painter in Taiwan, these portraits convey a sense of the daily life and culture of this small, but thriving, island democracy.