Following Festival Event: Saturday Dec. 19th 8pm EST (VIRTUAL)

WATCH the next festival on Saturday December 19th for FREE; 8pm EST (5pm on the West Coast.).

Video to watch will be posted the week of the festival.

HERE is the lineup of films:

IN AN INSTANT, 10min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Francesca Poliseno

In an Instant is a documentary that explores the fragility of memories and how they are influenced by the digital age.

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SAUDADE, 8min., Switzerland, Documentary

Directed by Isabela Falcão Vaz

This Short experimental Documentary will guide us along the feeling of “Saudade”, the Portuguese word that defines the longing for someone or something, in a profound state of melancholia.

Through the testimony of Elias, a Syrian refugee in Berlin, we slowly touch the ropes of the feeling and are gently invited to float along the steps of two actesses, in a sequence of images that in an abstract interpretation of the Director, paths the journey of this feeling.

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WATER BABY, 9min., New Zealand, Documentary

Directed by Katherine McRae

William Trubridge and Sachiko Fukumoto are freediving royalty. William is an 18-time world record holder and current world freediving champion and his partner Sachiko is an actress and freediver. Unable to give birth in their favourite place, the ocean, the couple travel to William’s family home in New Zealand to prepare for a water birth. Will their baby carry on their legacy of caring for our marine environment?

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FREE AS CAN BE, 31min., Documentary

Directed by Samuel Crossley

When a young climber infatuated with climbing history meets an old legend, he commits to helping him accomplish his lifelong goal of free climbing El Capitan.

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RESURRECTIONS OF THE LAST BLACK MAN, 9min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Terrence Spivey

Resurrection of The Last Black Man” was written and directed by Terrence Spivey with photography and editing by Jennifer Hearn.
A reaction to the George Floyd incident, this harrowing true story is about David Gregory in 1933, in small railroad town Kountze, Texas. The short film runs 8 minutes and 46 seconds as it unfolds through images was inspired by the French classic “La Jetee”.

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HOW HISTORY IS WRITTEN, 53min., Canada, Documentary

Directed by Tim Alberts

An elderly woman recalls a pivotal experience in her youth when she secretly cared for Jewish children orphaned by WWII Nazis. After seventy years, Betty, accompanied by her granddaughter, is reunited with one of the survivors, now seventy six, who tells of her life since the horrific events of her childhood and of her fears of a global return to right wing extremism.

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