Festival Schedule

Below you will find an alphabetic list of all this year's films. You can also use the controls below to find out which films are playing when, and where. Click on the more information links to see cast, production information, and film media!

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Format: 2016-12-09

20 Meters of Love in Montmartre

Narrative Short

Four lonely women in Paris find a secret connection between them, through their hearts and through their arts…

Film Info:

France • 5 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm


6 Love Stories

Narrative Feature

Over the course of one afternoon, in six different parts of LA, six couples connect, reconnect, or fall apart. Love Actually meets Magnolia.

Film Info:

United States • 1 hour 15 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 5:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00pm


A Salute to Honor

Documentary Short

The story of three men, from West Michigan, who sacrificed personal dreams to fight a common enemy in WWII.  A SALUTE TO HONOR shares how the war in Europe permanently altered the course of their lives.

Film Info:

• 32 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


A Way of Life

Narrative Short

Carl Reed, a 27 year old single father and recently released ex convict, struggles to find work before the week is up in order to pay his overbearing grandmother rent money before she kicks him out of the house. As his crunch for time nears its deadline, he is forced to choose between doing the right thing and doing what put him in jail in the first place.

Film Info:

• 25 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Maiden Alley Cinema
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Sunday, November 6 - 3:00pm


Adventures of Miss Fit

Documentary Feature

Professional bodybuilder Denise Masino has spent her life striving for the physical perfection of a superhero. When she discovers there are people calling themselves real-life superheroes (dressing in costume and fighting crime!) she embarks on a journey across the U.S. to get to the bottom of this incredible story.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 29 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00pm


Agrinoui

Animation

A young mare visits Cyprus to take part in races. Frustrated from failure, she abandons the racetrack after confronting her strict father. The mare will meet new friends who will try to help her find her lost courage.

Film Info:

Cyprus • 20 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


American Sock

Narrative Short

A girl finds her soul mate on a social media site, but he turns out to be a sock puppet.    

Film Info:

• 8 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


Atlantic

Documentary Feature

Narrated by Emmy Award-winning actor BRENDAN GLEESON, ATLANTIC follows the fortunes of three small fishing communities - in Ireland, Norway and Newfoundland - as they struggle to maintain their way of life in the face of mounting economic and ecological challenges.  Filmed in some of the most remote and breathtaking locations in the North Atlantic, and at close quarters with some of the sea’s most captivating characters, ATLANTIC will bring the very personal stories in the vital resource debate to the fore, exploring how three modern day communities must learn from the past, in order to secure a brighter future.

Film Info:

Ireland • 1 hour 15 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm
Sunday, November 6 - 1:00pm


Baits and Hooks

Narrative Short

Two fishing buddies, Big brother and some fish stew. BAITS AND HOOKS is a black comedy inspired by the style oft he Czech New Wave about how two workers of an old factory face the transition from socialism to capitalism. A short and sweet film about friendship and cooking, but also about a generation of workers who have to deal with the changed system.

Film Info:

Serbia • 10 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm
Sunday, November 6 - 1:00pm


Being Seen

Documentary Short

BEING SEEN will change the way you see people with developmental disabilities. A combination of funny, acerbic, and heart-wrenching, these people’s candid and articulate self-awareness quickly shatter preconceptions of the disabled.  BEING SEEN explores the poorly understood subculture of people living with "developmental disabilities."

Film Info:

• 15 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


Blood Shaped Hole in My Heart

Narrative Short

A forlorn woman searches for truth in her mother’s eclectic sayings, blurring the line between memories and home movies as she reflects.

Film Info:

• 6 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm


Boys Will Be

Narrative Short

Eighteen-year-old Jack gets kicked out of school after an extreme attempt at fitting in. But back at home he doesn’t quite fit either. Against the backdrop of his father’s death, Jack must navigate the expectations of his family and his friends to discover, on his own terms, what it really means to be a man.

Film Info:

Canada • 19 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm


Cairo in One Breath

Documentary Feature

Every day people are being replaced by machines worldwide. After 1,400 years, thousands of muezzins in Cairo are no longer calling people to pray as wireless receivers replace them in reciting the adhan. CAIRO IN ONE BREATH unfolds as the Adhan Unification Project takes hold and as Egypt undergoes Revolution and regime change.

 

Film Info:

• 1 hour 20 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00pm


Capriole

Experimental

Sometimes when you change, the world doesn't - it continues.

Film Info:

• 16 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


City of Trees

Documentary Feature

CITY OF TREES tells a deeply personal story about the struggle to implement a high-stakes, stimulus-funded green job-training program at the height of the recession. CTY OF TREES follows the point-of-view of three long-term unemployed DC residents hired by the program — Charles, Michael, and James; and Steve, the director tasked with managing the multi-million dollar stimulus grant. When local racial tensions and a marginalized community’s entrenched distrust of outsiders complicate a seemingly simple goal of putting unemployed people back to work by planting trees, CITY OF TREES thrusts viewers into the inspiring but messy world of job training and the paradoxes changemakers face in urban communities everyday.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 16 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Maiden Alley Cinema
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Sunday, November 6 - 3:00pm


Clara: Angel of the Rockies

Documentary Short

After growing up and living under slavery, Clara Brown was freed in 1859 when her owner, George Brown, died in Kentucky. After coming to Colorado, which was not even a state yet, she amassed a savings of $10,000 through her own business as well as investments in real estate and mining. Often referred to as 'Aunt' Clara Brown, she gained a reputation of kindness as she searched endlessly for her daughter.

Film Info:

• 26 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm


Death$ in a $mall Town

Narrative Short

A mayor has a unique way to revive the fortunes of his small town that had been losing citizens, businesses and tourist prior to his taking office.

Film Info:

• 7 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Down Home

Narrative Short

When he can’t afford a retirement community, a nursing home, or a caregiver, Rudy Hendricks and his husband are forced to move back to his hometown in Kentucky to care for his ailing conservative father. Along the way, he grows closer with his single mother, sister and his gay but repressed best friend who never left home.

Film Info:

• 28 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


Durant's Never Closes

Narrative Feature

Tom Sizemore plays Jack Durant, a dynamic and dangerous gentleman who runs the most famous steakhouse in the city. He caters to movie stars, politicians and mobsters. He knows all their secrets but does anyone really know the man they call Jack Durant?

Film Info:

• 1 hour 20 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm


Five Cups

Narrative Short

A woman’s encounter with a horrifying entity is chronicled over a series of weekly breakfasts with her best friend.

Film Info:

• 9 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


Game of Checkers

Narrative Feature

Following Marta’s wake, her five best friends decide to spend the night at a rural tourist getaway that Marta never got around to opening. That long night becomes a maze-like journey through their interconnecting friendships, where each reveals herself as it was the last day.  On the eve of the burial, the talk is about life and a friendship that survived it all. But will this friendship be able to survive death?

Film Info:

Portugal • 1 hour 26 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 5:00pm


Gardening at Night

Narrative Short

The period between knowing death is near and death’s arrival forms an unbearable state of regret, sadness and anticipation for Samantha. She is powerless to help Anne, who on the eve of her death, has not come to terms with her fate and remains angry and afraid.

Film Info:

• 13 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


Guerrillas

Narrative Short

A cancer scare compels a frustrated musician, whose life is in a rut, to turn off her phone and take a spontaneous road trip. Features original music by Bobby Long.

Film Info:

• 14 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Gunner Jackson

Narrative Short

My name is Jason Gunner Jackson, and I know, without a doubt, that I am a target of a multi-agency program that intends to surveil, track, and document my life.

Film Info:

• 9 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


Ice Cowboys

Documentary Short

Horse. Cowboy. Skier. Rope. ICE COWBOYS is a documentary about the sport of skijoring as demonstrated throughout the Rocky Mountains. This high-adrenaline, time trial sport captivates spectators with natural, raw power.  ICE COWBOYS follows competitors of the open class during the 2015 season as they travel from one small mountain town to the next fighting for glory.

Film Info:

• 49 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


In Search of America

Documentary Short

In the midst of the U.S. presidential primaries, a man travels across the country asking people from all walks of life to address the issues of the day.

Film Info:

• 58 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Jack & Amelia

Narrative Short

Parallel lives intersect when Jack, a nostalgic sci-fi enthusiast, serendipitously connects with the wistful Amelia over a misdialed number in dashed hopes of procuring a relic from his favorite childhood franchise. Their isolated existence and underlying need for friendship is further brought to light by the seemingly mundane circumstances of a stoic cab driver, who volunteers most of his free time in support of a failing neighborhood movie theater and the old man who tenuously owns it, and a young woman under pressure to forsake her dreams in favor of returning home to care for her aging parents.

Film Info:

• 27 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Jasmine

Narrative Feature

A year after his wife's murder, once-successful Hong Kong businessman Leonard To (Jason Tobin) is still reeling from the tragedy. Having lost his job, friends and all sense of order in his life, Leonard becomes obsessed with a mysterious stranger he sees at his wife's grave, believing him to be responsible for her death.

Film Info:

Hong Kong S.A.R., China • 1 hour 20 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 5:00pm


Lamp - a ghost story

Documentary Short

A 70 year-old Kentuckian loses sleep after buying a second-hand lamp.

Film Info:

• 17 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 5:00pm


Lazy

Narrative Feature

LAZY is an honest look at dealing with adolescence, tragedy and the transition from youth to adulthood while growing up in a small town. Filmed on the edges of Kentucky and Tennessee, a recent high school graduate must revisit a journey from his past after the suicide of his best friend.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 34 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Saturday, November 5 - 3:05pm


Living With the Dead

Narrative Feature

Max McLean is eighteen years old and can't get out of bed. Since her boyfriend Adam killed himself over a year ago, Max has been using sex, drugs, and parties to ignore the pain until one day she wakes up in a hospital, haven taken a nearly lethal dose of sleeping pills. While being haunted by visions of Adam, Max runs away from home and ventures into the forest with a bizarre but endearing boy named Ish.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 33 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


Mer Depre

Experimental

This is a journey through the mind of a depressed individual.

Film Info:

• 7 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


Millennium: Eternal Sunrise

Narrative Short

In the fantasy world of Charani, an 11-year-old girl who has recently lost her beloved mother, an ancient legend may help to resurrect her.

Film Info:

• 11 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 5:00pm


Mining the Mother Lode

Experimental

Combining cinematic western landscapes with intimate poetry recitation, MINING THE MOTHER LODE is an agrarian dirge on wasted resources, our culture of consumption, and brokers who trade on our most precious resource: water.

Film Info:

• 9 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Must Be This Tall to Ride

Narrative Short

Erin finds herself in an increasingly difficult situation when the unassumingly handsome Matthew threatens her comfort zone of solitude. As Erin allows herself to open up more and more, her fears of inevitable pain begin to come true, as her bubble of peace comes crashing down.

Film Info:

• 15 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


No Retreat

Narrative Feature

Two college friends reunite fifteen years later in a secluded summer home, for a writers' retreat. As they attempt to write a movie together, Sean, still a carefree musician and Emily, now an uptight lawyer, try to recapture the intimate friendship they once shared.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 17 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 5:00pm


Our Local Epic

Documentary Short

Staged against the backdrop of one of North America’s wildest and most remote areas, is the story and history of Box Canyon of Clarks Fork of Yellowstone river, and the desperate battle to protect it. Adventurous kayakers began exploring the depths of the canyon just as a massive dam development project began to unfold, threatening the very existence of this pristine national treasure.

Film Info:

• 47 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm


Pieced Together

Narrative Short

PIECED TOGETHER is the first documentary film about the American quilt square trail movement. Directed by Julianne Donofrio, a Peabody award-winning producer and veteran of ABC News, PIECED TOGETHER tells the story of how one woman's love for her mother changed the American landscape - and saved her life after job loss and breast cancer.

 

Film Info:

• 54 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm


Priyanath

Narrative Short

Six year-old Priyanath imagines himself to be a superhero taking down imaginary villains with his extraordinary powers. But when he learns of a real danger near his home, Priyanath must decide if he’s actually got what it takes to be a real life superhero.

Film Info:

• 11 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00pm


Raise Your Kids on Seltzer

Narrative Feature

Terry and Tessa are married ex cult deprogrammers living in the San Francisco Bay Area. A 'deprogrammer' is a professional contracted by families to kidnap people away from dangerous cults to counsel them back into their previous lives. Terry and Tessa's cryptic motto during their often verbally and physically abusive deprogramming process: 'For those who'd rather not drink the Kool-Aid, raise your kids on seltzer, bubble per bubble!'

Film Info:

• 1 hour 47 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Saturday, November 5 - 5:00pm


Red

Narrative Short

Two young musicians play music together and discover love while trying to escape their dysfunctional lives in the rural south.

Film Info:

• 40 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Remittance

Narrative Feature

When Marie takes a job as a maid in Singapore to support her family in the Philippines, she trades one set of hardships for another. Betrayed by her husband, she begins to build a new life for herself. As she gets caught up in the new life she is building in Singapore, she is forced to choose between her personal aspirations and family responsibilities back home.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 30 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 5:00pm


River

Narrative Short

Clint, Amy, and their son Jonathan love spending time at the river. It is a special place for their family, filled with great memories and new inspirations. Everything changes, however, when a tragic accident happens at the river.

Film Info:

• 22 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 5:00pm


Rubbertown

Documentary Short

RUBBERTOWN is Louisville, Kentucky's heavy chemical manufacturing neighborhood, which features synthetic rubber plants, a toxic landfill site and a coal burning power plant.  It's also next to residential housing. With residents suffering higher cancer rates and regular leaks or spills, resident and advocate Monika Burkhead aims to move her entire home to another county to escape Rubbertown.  This documentary reveals what is hiding behind lush Louisville summers are higher cancer rates and insidious environmental hazards.

 

Film Info:

• 54 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm


Rural Legend

Narrative Short

On a lonely country road, a couple encounters car trouble and something much worse.

Film Info:

• 9 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


S*** Show

Narrative Short

Winner of the 2016 Paducah 48 Hour Film Project.

When Leah confronts her neighbor about an ongoing dispute she get’s more than she bargained for.

 

Film Info:

• 7 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm


Shell

Animation

For the past two years my dad has been suffering from a rare kind of blood cancer. After witnessing how horrible cancer is for patients as well as everyone around them, I wanted to visualize, through film, this awful disease that has plagued so many individuals and families.

Film Info:

Germany • 4 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Yeiser Art Center
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm


SHU-DE!

Documentary Feature

Following in the footsteps of Paul Pena (Genghis Blues), Beatboxer, Shodekeh, travels across the world from Baltimore, MD to Kyzyl, Tuva, Russia to take part in a festival celebrating the 50th Birthday of the legendary musician, Kongar-ool Ondar. While there, he collaborates and competes with some of the world’s best Tuvan throat singers in pursuit of a goal to create an oasis of unity with music. Music is the language in this exploratory documentary filled with rare recordings and open landscapes.

 

Film Info:

• 1 hour 25 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


Still Life: Portrait of a Fighter

Documentary Short

Derek is a remarkable Scottish painter. He's served in the Navy and the Fire Service - surviving wars, PTSD and cancer.  However, his artistic achievements are all the more noteworthy because Derek has a physical disability. This is not revealed until the end of the film - in an effort to put the person before the disability.

Film Info:

United Kingdom • 6 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm
Sunday, November 6 - 1:00pm


Takin' Place

Documentary Feature

TAKIN’ PLACE is an observational documentary film directed by Cyrus Dowlatshahi about ordinary people and everyday life on the South Side of Chicago. As they work, chill, hustle and survive, Dowlatshahi reveals the common aspects of all neighborhoods and communities around the world: a desire to share, grow and celebrate.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 30 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 9:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 11:00am


The Comedian

Narrative Feature

An alcoholic, drug addicted Los Angeles comedian gives up on his career and his life after years of struggling. With no options left, he moves back home with his dad in Kentucky in an attempt to salvage what little life he has left.

 

Film Info:

• 1 hour 11 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm


The Milkman

Narrative Short

A milkman terrorizes unsuspecting young women in his neighborhood.

Film Info:

• 10 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 1:00pm
Saturday, November 5 - 3:00pm


The Old

Narrative Short

Five years ago, the 14-year-old Yuhan killed his abusive father. During the two years’ probation, he has lived with his paternal grandmother. She always stares at him in silence, and he never knows her real intentions. He just hopes to go back to Seoul.

Film Info:

North Korea • 22 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Maiden Alley Cinema
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00pm


The Other Kids

Narrative Feature

THE OTHER KIDS follows six teenagers as they struggle through their final days of high school in the small, gold rush town of Sonora, CA. ISAAC, a Mexican national abandoned as a child by his family, barely treads water in a culture hostile to non-whites. Poor and living on his own in an abandoned trailer, Isaac works three jobs (landscaping, dishwashing and metalworking), studies hard, and dreams of someday becoming a diplomat. Isaac's girlfriend, SIENNA, a stable-hand and natural cowgirl, is forced to cope not only with the brutal dissolution of her family, but with her parents' violent objections to her relationship with Isaac.

Film Info:

• 1 hour 35 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00pm


The Porter Brothers

Narrative Short

Sam Porter usually follows his older brother Ned. They ride together and rob banks. One night mysterious bounty hunters capture Sam.  They offer to keep him alive, but only if he turns his brother in. Treading through the vast landscapes of the American Frontier, he discovers that the price of redemption goes far beyond that of betrayal.

Film Info:

France • 30 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

Market House Studio Theatre
Friday, November 4 - 7:00pm


The Sign

Documentary Short

After their homemade "Trump 4 President" sign is run over twice, a Vermont filmmaker travels to Virginia to interview his parents' to understand their support for presidential candidate, Donald Trump.

Film Info:

• 14 minutes

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Scheduled Showings

National Quilt Museum Classroom
Friday, November 4 - 3:00pm


The Stairs

Narrative Short