Film List

2018 Films and Schedule 

 

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IMFF 2018 OPENING NIGHT FILM :

 

LIVING IN THE FUTURE’S PAST

In this beautifully photographed tour de force of original thinking, Academy Award winner, Jeff Bridges shares the screen with scientists, profound thinkers and a dazzling array of Earth’s living creatures to reveal eye-opening concepts about ourselves and our past, providing fresh insights into our subconscious motivations and their unintended consequences.

 

Living in the Future’s Past shows how no one can predict how major changes might emerge from the spontaneous actions of the many.  How energy takes many forms as it moves through and animates everything.  How, as we come to understand our true connection to all there is, we will need to redefine our expectations, not as what we will lose, but what we might gain by preparing for something different.


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#FAFATL

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Documentary Short

 #FAFATL       10 minutes   (Short Block 5) Director: Sean Osorio In celebration of Free Art Friday, local artists regularly hide their artwork around the city of Atlanta for anyone and everyone to find.                         

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27 West

10/13/2018 @ 10:15AM - Narrative

 27 WEST – 60 minutes Director – Tait Colberg A solitary man’s daily activities become increasingly sinister over the course of one week. What is he planning? Will he succeed? Should he? The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening.                 […]

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9023

10/13/2018 @ 9:00PM - Adult Themes - Narrative Short

9023  –  8 minutes (Foreign Language) (Short Block 9) Directors: Sotiris Petridis, Tania Nanavraki In response to a severe nationwide famine, the government allows non-productive citizens to be eaten.                

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Almost Cured

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Documentary Short

ALMOST CURED –  29 minutes  (Short Block 8) Director: Tom Dierolf An honest, personalized account of racial integration in a small North Carolina Appalachian community in the midst of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in 1963.  The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening.          

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An Edited Life

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Student

AN EDITED LIFE – 40 minutes (Foreign Language)  (Short Block 6) Director – Mathieu Faure At 79-years old, former film editor Jocelyne Bourgeois is goaded, coaxed, challenged by me, her persistent filmmaker grandson, to face her true identity, because it is my story too. We embark together to the places she has avoided since WWII, […]

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Anchorwoman

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative Short

ANCHORWOMAN –  (Foreign Language) 20 minutes (Short Block 1)  Director: Ioannis Monastiropoulos An ambitious reporter follows a dark path towards success. Unknown to her, this path leads her to a life-changing confrontation with her grandmother. This film, Anchorwoman, explores the mass media system and how it affects our lives. This exploration is presented through the eyes of […]

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Auto Repair

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

Auto Repair – 10 minutes Director: Joe Fry (Short Block 6) Jack, a young actor, struggles to connect with his father.           Official Teaser Trailer for Auto Repair Official Teaser Trailer for Auto Repair, a short film directed by Joe Fry, starring Elijah B. Moore and W. Scott Parker III. Premiering […]

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Average Mom

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative Short

AVERAGE MOM   12 minutes (Short Block 1) Director: Cathy Lynn Yonek An unconventional single mom raises her son to be an exceptional young man.          

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Be My Cat: A Film for Anne

10/13/2018 @ 6:45PM - Narrative

BE MY CAT: A FILM FOR ANNE   87 minutes  Director: Adrian Țofei An aspiring Romanian filmmaker obsessed with Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway goes to shocking extremes to convince Anne to star in his upcoming film.                      

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Birds of the Sky

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

BIRDS OF THE SKY – 12 minutes (Short Block 5) Director: Jeremiah McLamb A brief and muted glimpse into the life that a surprising amount of children struggle through on a daily basis.  Their hurt remains silent behind a wall of fear. Falcon Children’s Home and Academy is an incredible place that pours love and education into these […]

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BULLY

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM - Narrative

BULLY – 58 minutes Director: Aaron Alon BULLY is a new dramatic musical about Sam Bradley, a young man who commits suicide after being repeatedly bullied in school. The story follows Sam and the lives of those around him in the days leading up to and following his suicide.  

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Cafeteria Man

10/13/2018 @ 10:15AM - Documentary

  CAFETERIA MAN  60 minutes Director: Richard Chisolm Cafeteria Man chronicles the heroic efforts of visionary chef Tony Geraci to radically reform Baltimore’s public school food service.  It is a hopeful and inspiring recipe for change.                

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Calcutta Mercy

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Documentary Short

Calcutta Mercy  6 minutes (Short Block 8) Director: Jeremiah McLamb The missions organization, Calcutta Mercy, asks can a city be saved? Can a people be saved? Calcutta Mercy provides meals for tens of thousands of people every day in Calcutta, India. They provide quality education for students who can’t afford it. Their five-story hospital provides […]

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Collar

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Narrative Short

COLLAR  15 minutes Director: Russ Emanuel (Short Block 2) What happens when a seemingly ordinary priest is confronted by a seemingly ordinary man? While reading the Bible on a particularly windy day, Father Harris is confronted by a tall stranger, one who makes him question his beliefs and motivations. And all in a quest for […]

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Conversation With A Cigarette

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Documentary

CONVERSATION WITH A CIGARETTE-  18 Minutes Director: Russell Brown (Short Block 8) A cat and mouse game ensues when a man faces his greatest enemy: A Cigarette.    

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Crux

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative Short

CRUX  15 minutes (Short Block 1) Director: Jonathan Clancy How far is too far when it comes to revenge? One man reaches his limit when he seeks to avenge a horrible crime and we see the outcome and effects it has on those concerned The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately […]

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CYGNUS

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative

CYGNUS  87 minutes  An astronomer discovers a signal being emitted from Cygnus. From that moment on, strange things begin to take place in the observatory he works at. Thus, desperate, he attempts to understand the true nature of his finding. With English subtitles            

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DER JUDE

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

DER JUDE –  3 minutes (Short Block 5) Director: Spencer Zimmerman During the height of the Second World War, a Jewish woman counts down the moments as her apartment complex is raided by German soldiers, however, her fate takes an unlikely turn when the soldier who comes to arrest her is tied to her past. The Filmmaker […]

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DETENTION

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Narrative Short

DETENTION  3 Minutes (Short Block 2) Director: Garret Ballinger A twist on the teen genre, the film concerns a group of students in detention who, in an act of breaking the fourth wall, are able to hear the narrator of the film. The narrator begins by revealing the thoughts of the characters, as a typical film […]

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Down in the Dumps

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative Short

DOWN IN THE DUMPS  6 minutes (Short Block 4) Director: Evan Elise Owens Inspired by true events, a woman is kidnapped and held in a shed for 3 days by a strange man. She’s raped, beaten, & left for dead in a dumpster. As he carries on with his life in small-town Alabama, she fights […]

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Drag Queen Storytime

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Narrative Short

DRAG QUEEN STORYTIME  9 minutes Director: Emma Kopkowski  In Greensboro, N.C., two drag queens take part in “Queen’s Storytime”, where they are invited to read stories in full drag to children at a private bookstore in order to promote diversity and challenge gender stereotypes.  

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EARLY FOR WORK

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Narrative Short

EARLY FOR WORK  4 minutes (Short Block 2) Director: Keith Glidewell Early for Work is the story of two men discussing morals before going into work. The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening. 

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EGO

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Animation

EGO  5 minutes (Short Block 8) Director: Mario Addis Where do we come from? Who do we think we are? The film Ego tries to answer these questions starting from an intuition: what if we were nothing but a breath in a balloon?   

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EMOTIONAL MOTOR UNIT

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Narrative Short

 EMOTIONAL MOTOR UNIT   22 minutes (Short Block 2) Director: Adam Nelson The story of a lonely writer who learns what it is to be human by interacting with a machine known as the Emotional Motor Unit.      

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EXISTENTIAL DONUT

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM - Narrative Short

EXISTENTIAL DONUT   14 minutes (Short Block 3) Director: Jason Pierre A man having a mental break goes on an adventure helping a donut find it’s hole and in that journey, he finds out what’s missing in himself.              

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FACING NAVASSA

10/13/2018 @ 6:45PM - Student

FACING NAVASSA  10 minutes (Short Block 7) Director: Milo Kim A documentary short that examines the dark history of environmental injustice in southeastern North Carolina.    

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FOR LOVE

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM - Narrative Short

FOR LOVE   8 minutes (Short Block 3) Director: Kevin Murray Matt, who seems to be quite the average fellow, shleps through his workdays at a local convenience store, mostly unnoticed by his customers and colleagues, most especially and unfortunately by his gorgeous co-worker, Maddie, the girl of his dreams. Little does anyone know that Matt is […]

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FORT MARIA

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative

FORT MARIA  84 minutes Directors:  S. Cagney Gentry, Thomas Southerland Maria is a woman with no country. A Bulgarian immigrant and adoptive mother of a black daughter, she finds herself suddenly stricken with debilitating anxiety following a break-in at her home in Kentucky. When her daughter’s aging dog dies, Maria’s house arrest puts her into equally painful […]

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FUTURE WORLD

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM - Animation

FUTURE WORLD  7 minutes (Short Block 3) Director:  Christopher Angus A quirky journey through recent time to an ethos of futurity, which explores the potential ramifications of technology on human beings while leaving us with choices. 

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GETTING OVER

10/13/2018 @ 3:45PM - Documentary

GETTING OVER  79  Minutes A man discovers a box of interviews with his father, a heroin addict who died of AIDS in 1997. What he finds will uncover generations of family secrets, forcing him to redefine his own past, doubt his present, and question his future.  

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GRIT

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative Short

GRIT  11 minutes (Short Block 1) Director: Charles Lee Wilson After a long day’s work, a young teacher returns to find his home has been burglarized. When he discovers his relation to the culprit and their motive, he resorts to rogue tactics in order to save a loved one spiraling down a deadly path.       […]

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GROUND ZERO GOLDSBORO

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Documentary Short

GROUND ZERO GOLDSBORO  7 minutes (Short Block 5) Director: Michael Raab  On January 26, 1961, two hydrogen bombs fell in eastern North Carolina. One was safe. One was armed. The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening.   

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HARVEST SEASON

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Narrative Short

HARVEST SEASON  31 minutes (Short Block 2) Director: Daljit Kalsi  A husband learns that his wife of more than three decades has terminal cancer and questions if being so busy making a living all these years was worth it now that the future both Ed and Elsie had dreamed of is being ripped away by an incurable […]

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INTRODUCTION

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Narrative Short

INTRODUCTION  9 minutes (Short Block 2) Director: Amber Delgado Fed up with living in the shadows, Joanna finds the confidence to be her true self in a small rural town in North Carolina. The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening.              

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LABORATORY CONDITIONS

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative Short

LABORATORY CONDITIONS  17 minutes (Short Block 4) Director: Jocelyn Stamat A physician investigating a missing body disrupts an unlawful experiment.                  

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LEARNING MAN

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative Short

LEARNING MAN  13 minutes (Short Block 1) Director: Evan Kidd The ghost of a former slave wanders an old North Carolina textile mill waiting on a promise. She believes a young construction worker is her long-awaited teacher. Can he become the promised Learning Man? The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following […]

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LENS/FLARE

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM - Narrative Short

LENS/FLARE  19 minutes (Short Block 3) Director: Christopher Morabito An aspiring filmmaker meets a troubled ghost from Hollywood’s past who teaches him you have to work together to make something great.        

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Living In The Future’s Past

10/12/2018 @ 7:00p - Documentary

LIVING IN THE FUTURE’S PAST – 85 minutes (Opening Night Film) Director: Susan Kucera Producer: Jeff Bridges In this beautifully photographed tour de force of original thinking, Academy Award winner, Jeff Bridges shares the screen with scientists, profound thinkers and a dazzling array of Earth’s living creatures to reveal eye-opening concepts about ourselves and our past, providing fresh […]

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MUZE

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Narrative Short

MUZE   5 minutes (Short Block 8) Director: Liudmila Komrakova The famous musician who is in a creative crisis unexpectedly finds on the balcony the girl with wings – the Muze. How will he dispose of the inspiration got from her?

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OCCUPANTS

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative

  OCCUPANTS   81 minutes Director: Russell Emanuel ‘Occupants’ is a film about Annie Curtis, an award-winning documentarian and her husband Neil. Annie and Neil embark on a ’30 Days of Clean Living’ documentary, setting up cameras all over their house to document, via the Internet, their new eating habits. By doing so, half of their cameras […]

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OF MICE AND MEN

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

OF MICE AND MEN –  20 minutes (Short Block 6) Director: Gonzague Legout In the heart of Detroit city. As the economic crisis continues to bite, two former employees of a car plant decide to rob the Motorcity Bank but find themselves trapped by the police. Negotiations will take an unexpected turn.  

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OUTPOST

10/13/2018 @ 9:00PM - Narrative Short

OUTPOST   17 minutes (Short Block 9) Directors: Justin Giddings, Ryan Welsh When the last Citizen on the furthest outpost in space makes the first contact with intelligent life, he’s forced to not only protect humanity but that which makes him human: love.      

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PAPER DOLLS

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Student

 PAPER DOLLS   9 minutes (Short Block 2) Director: Zack J. Williams From dress, to behavior, to movement, everyone in the alternate world of Paper Dolls is forced to be identical. As we see how they learn, socialize, and carry out their basic duties, we follow a young woman who becomes increasingly weighed down by her […]

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PARALLAX

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative Short

PARALLAX   5 minutes (Short Block 4) Director: Ajiri Akpolo Two lovers try and find the right words to say to each other.

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PATRICK

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM - Narrative Short

PATRICK  19 minutes   (Short Block 3) Director: Kyle Taubken Two strangers with very different backgrounds get to know one another over crummy coffee and share struggles in an old church basement.          

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PERFECT EVIL

10/13/2018 @ 9:00PM - Narrative Short

PERFECT EVIL  36 minutes (Foreign Language) (Short Block 9) Directors: Alessandro Della Villa, Alessandro Moscatt Can Evil achieve perfection? In a single, brutal night, the characters of this film will seek an answer beyond any human or divine boundary.    

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PROJECT HOME: THE NEXT BATTLE

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Documentary Short

PROJECT HOME   30 minutes (Short Block 4) Director: Bethany Teague Three U.S. military veterans with life-threatening physical and mental wounds are saved by unlikely heroes, three dogs, some of whom narrowly escaped euthanasia. The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening.          

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RAHEEL

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative Short

RAHEEL   30 minutes (Foreign Language) (Short Block 4) Director: Ayat Asadi Rahbar Raheel, an Afghan national, has illegally traveled to Iran to look for her husband, but there comes up some problems that leave her no hope to move ahead.  

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REBIRTH

10/13/2018 @ 9:00PM - Adult Themes - Narrative Short

REBIRTH  10 minutes  (Foreign Language) Director: Amar Jyoti Jha (Short Film Block 9) A hungry person has to undergo many struggles and pains to get his food. Chasing the money being thrown by the people involved in the funeral of the old man going to cremation, he reaches the crematorium and searches for food.  He finally […]

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ROBESON RISES

10/13/2018 @ 6:45PM - Documentary Short

ROBESON RISES – 30 minutes (Short Block 7) Director: Michael Pogoloff  Located in southeastern North Carolina, Robeson County is home to the largest indigenous population east of the Mississippi. It is one the poorest and most diverse rural counties in the country. Robeson County is also the planned terminus of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP). If […]

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ROCKSTAR

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

ROCKSTAR – 6 minutes Director: Tane McClure A teen with an emotionally difficult home life recedes into a life of music and fantasy to cope with reality.  

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RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE

10/13/2018 @ 3:15PM - Documentary

RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE – 71 MINUTES Directors: Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer, Quinn Costello The residents of Louisiana never know what will attack them next: floods, hurricanes, even monstrous swamp rats. Gigantic orange-toothed nutria are eating up the coastal wetlands, destroying the landscape, and threatening the very existence of the human population. This invasive South American species […]

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SARAH’S DREAM

10/13/2018 @ 9:00PM - Narrative Short

SARAH’S DREAM – 7 minutes (Short Block 9) Director: Wendy Keeling This dark comedy is a short story about a troubled and rebellious teenager who is haunted by the same recurring dream night after night. The people in her life who are supposed to protect and guide her seem to be almost as bad as the […]

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Shinrin-Yoku (Forest Bathing)

10/13/2018 @ 6:45PM - Documentary Short

SHINRIN-YOKU (FOREST BATHING) – 6 minutes (Short Block 7) Director:  Jim Wilmer Forest bathing is the practice of taking a short, leisurely visit to a forest for health benefits. The practice originated in Japan where it is called shinrin-yoku (森林浴). The practice is proven by scientists to benefit physical as well as mental health as it helps […]

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SIRI

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Narrative Short

SIRI – 15 minutes (Short Block 8) Director:  Wang Ruochen  王若尘 (Short Block 8) In a near future, Siri, the Apple’s voice-controlled personal assistant, is becoming more intelligent. It can not only solve all the problems in life but also has owned self-consciousness and begins to reflect on the meaning of its existence. A photographer who usually […]

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THE BLACK BASILISK

10/13/2018 @ 9:00PM - Adult Themes - Narrative Short

THE BLACK BASILISK – 10 minutes (Short Block 9) Director: Edward Loupe A woman, trying to get away with murder, receives help from the creature who lives in the drain under her bathroom sink.    

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THE CITY THAT SOLD AMERICA

10/13/2018 @ 10:15AM - Documentary

THE CITY THAT SOLD AMERICA – 69 minutes Director: Ky Dickens At the threshold of the 20th Century, a melting pot of adventurous immigrants, creative mavericks, and freedom-seeking African Americans shaped consumerism as we now know it. The new documentary THE CITY THAT SOLD AMERICA reveals, with intriguing insights and wistful nostalgia, the confluence of Chicago’s […]

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THE DEVIL WE KNOW

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Documentary

THE DEVIL WE KNOW – 88 minutes Director: Kathy Susca  In 1945, DuPont introduced Teflon to the marketplace and changed millions of American households. Today, a biopersistent chemical used in the creation of those products is in the bloodstream of 99 percent of all Americans. A compelling and ultimately terrifying watch that will make you question everything […]

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THE LITTLE DICTATOR

10/13/2018 @ 1:15PM

THE LITTLE DICTATOR – 28 minutes (Foreign Language) (Short Block 3) Director: Emanuel Cohn Professor Yossi Kleinmann, a religious Jew, gets stuck with a calamitous mustache at the 90th birthday party of his wife’s grandmother, a Holocaust survivor. The rest is history.  

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THE MAESTRO

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Documentary Short

THE MAESTRO – 15 minutes (Short Block 6) Director: Ned Phillips For Rob Kellum, professional wrestling is a form of storytelling. A wrestling match traces a narrative arc, requiring wrestlers to be as artistic as they are athletic. Following Rob as he prepares for and competes in a highly anticipated wrestling match, “The Maestro” offers a unique […]

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THE ONE I ADORE

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

THE ONE I ADORE – 8 minutes (Film Block 6) Director: Jason Seelmann A story of love lost and the lengths some can go to get it back.    

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THE PROVIDERS

10/13/2018 @ 6:45PM - Documentary

THE PROVIDERS –  85 minutes Directors: Anna Moot-Levin, Laura Green Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, “The Providers” follows three healthcare providers in northern New Mexico. They work at El Centro, a group of safety-net clinics that offer care to all who walk through the doors, regardless of […]

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THE RETURN

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

THE RETURN – 9 minutes (Short Block 6) While waiting for his wife to come home a returning soldier looks through their belongings thinking about the happy past. How will their meeting be?      

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THE VELVET ABSTRACT

10/13/2018 @ 6:45PM - Animation

THE VELVET ABSTRACT – 7 minutes (Short Block 7) Director: James Hughes  A Short Film About the Environmental Age from a Team Spanning Six Continents.  

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THEY SCREAM IN SILENCE

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

THEY SCREAM IN SILENCE – 24 minutes (Shot Block 5) Director: Ashray Dravidian (Short Block 5) Many decades after the war, Berek Kaufman, a Holocaust survivor and renowned painter faces the terrors of his past. This journey tears open the decade-old wounds, ultimately making him realize just how fragile life is.  

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THIS TIME IT’S SHOPPING

10/13/2018 @ 3:30PM - Narrative Short

THIS TIME IT’S SHOPPING – 4 minutes (Short Block 4) Director:  Chek Wingo Writer:  Jim Picariello A peculiar customer interrupts a gift store owner’s quiet day. Is she really shopping, or is this some kind of game?

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TOUCH OF AN ANGEL

10/13/2018 @ 1:00PM - Documentary

TOUCH OF AN ANGEL – 60 minutes Director: Marek Tomasz Pawlowski A deaf man returns to the places where he found refuge as a boy. He finds his hiding places bringing back horrific memories. Sounds return to him, which as he describes “shut in him like in a shell”. My hero, Henryk Schoenker, remembers people who consumed by […]

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UP TO SNUFF

10/13/2018 @ 8:45PM - Documentary

UP TO SNUFF – 80 minutes Director: Mark Maxey Millions of people have been touched by his music, yet few know the journey, hardships and triumphs of American musician and composer W.G. Snuffy Walden. In UP TO SNUFF, friends and collaborators share personal stories, laughs and insights about this generous soul who overcame the excesses of rock […]

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VAMOS

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Narrative Short

VAMOS – 28 Minutes (Foreign Language) (Short Block 5) Director: Hans Lein When the possessive behavior of her mother gets too much for Nelly, she kills her and leaves the house with an unknown destination.  

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WE WILL SEE SOMEDAY

10/13/2018 @ 6:30PM - Animation

WE WILL SEE SOMEDAY –  7 minutes (Short Block 6) Director: Nari Hong This story is about death. A while ago, I had met a cat on the way home. We’d carefully watched out for each other. Even though when we had known each other for a long long time, we had kept some distance all […]

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WELCOME BACK

10/13/2018 @ 10:00AM - Narrative Short

WELCOME BACK – 22 minutes (Foreign Language) (Short Block 1) Director: Matias Nilsson After being deported to Mexico, CARMEN is forced to survive in a country she doesn’t understand anymore. Follow her struggles as she looks for an answer to where she’s really from, and which country is truly her home.  

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