Los Angeles-based Hey Baby director Joris Debeij documents the untold story of Statford, a small agricultural town in California’s Central Valley where years of drought are threatening the livelihood of the community in the new short film “When a Town Runs Dry.” The short (8:15) documentary follows three Statford residents: A farmer who has had to sell land that his grandfather originally purchased, a high school football coach who grew up in the area during a very different time and a shopkeeper, an immigrant who loves his adopted town but is having difficulty making ends meet.
No butter churnin' for Kacey Musgraves. The country star quickly dispenses with that old-fashioned role in favor of something way more Hee Haw — complete with a commercial break for Mind Your Own Biscuit mix.
Actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse (yes, yes, the McLovin dude) stars as a former jockey who dreams of getting back on the horse for a few more laps, or, at the very least, getting a chance at some hippotherapy.
There are advantages to having a telekinetic high school girlfriend — namely, her virtue can remain intact while ecstasy is reached without any contact — so long as you realize there's a downside to her reading your thoughts and being able to kick your ass without any hands.