Underneath Cincinnati has undergone a number of behind-the-scenes changes in its 10 years of existence (members of the Southern Ohio Film Association now guide it), but its mission has largely remained the same — to showcase and support area independent filmmakers.
screening (7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Esquire Theatre) features five
short films, including one by longtime local favorites Pizza Infinity
(aka Kendall Bruns
and Josh Flowers)
Taste. Essentially a 60
Minutes-style mockumentary that pimps the duo's signature deadpan
comedic style, the short looks at two nutritional entrepreneurs
(played by Bruns and Flowers) and their “unusual” approach to
solving world hunger. Check it below.
Other shorts include John Whitney's Eroded; Rich Alcorn and Dan Spiegel's Lullaby; 14-year-old Matthew Rivera's Knife; and Andrew Fiscus' One Summer Here.
Tickets are $5. The Esquire is located at 320 Ludlow Ave. in Clifton. For more information, head over to www.underneathcincinnati.org.