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90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

Watch the Festival NOW:

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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The link will shut down at 12:01am EST on Sunday March 21st SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS: 90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

WE REFUSE TO BE ENEMIES, 9min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Jonathan Richey The film is about Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from the surrounding Israeli settlers. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

IT’S JUST ME, 18min., USA Directed by Jared Moossy It’s Just Me is a portrait of Allie Cole, a Black transgender woman who sits on all the fault lines of all of America’s concerns about gender and class, just by being her authentic self. She negotiates the demands of activism, her fledgling non-profit, her parents and finding love. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain Directed by Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Stürtze The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak tries to clarify. Exploring various corners of Euskal Herria we have tried to clarify the origin and expansion of irrintzi. What influence does the irrintzi have on the activity of sailors? CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

90 MINUTES WITHOUT MEAT, 8min., UK Directed by Dan Botterill In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world’s first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and Ecotricity founder Dale Vince, who saved the team from bankruptcy in 2010, made unprecedented changes to make the club more sustainable; from powering the stadium with solar panels and wind turbines to exclusively serving plant-based food for home and away fans on match days. This documentary explores how the players and fans react to these extraordinary measures, which have set an exceptional standard in world football. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE SEEDS OF AN UNCERTAIN LAND, 18min., USA Directed by Jake Price With dirt under their nails, dedication, science and indigenous knowledge young Puerto Rican farmers return to their ancestral lands to bring food security to their struggling communities after hurricane Maria left many hungry—and they’re vowing never to see another person go hungry again. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

THE FLAME OF MEMORY, 40min., Sweden Directed by Rod Aloras A portrait of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, his testimony, documented by an Argentinian painter. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!