Eye Level Art will use its Movies on the 103 Green series to showcase four short films on Wed. July 28. Adam Parrott, music director at the gallery, says the idea came from a conversation with Brad Payne, one of the featured filmmakers, who then introduced Parrott to other local directors. Parrott says, “I wanted a good, dynamic range. One of the exciting things about short films in general is that you can go so far in such a short amount of time.”

Payne’s SEARCH follows the connection between an elderly housekeeper and an autistic boy. The Cannon Street Boys, about Charleston’s only all-black little league team in the 1950s, was directed by Jason Scott. John Patton Ford’s Patrol is about a security guard dad pretending to be a police officer in order to impress his 6-year-old son. And in Nash Edgertons’ Spider, Jack tries to make things right with Jill during a car ride in this Australian short. “Adding Spider to the mix gave the evening a taste of something foreign, which is a big part of what we’re trying to do at Eye Level Art,” Parrott says.

The screening starts at 8 p.m. It is free for members and $5 for non-members.