CAUTION CODES – A – Adult Themes, D – Drug Use, N – Nudity, P – Profanity, S – Sexual Issues, V – Violence, W- War, M – Medical Procedures


Actually Iconic: Richard Estes
Admired by artists ranging from Salvador Dali to Chuck Close, Richard Estes is a humble icon of modern art. He has been called the “king of photorealism,” a movement he helped launch in the late 1960s. His break with abstract, non-representational art transformed modern painting. Now, at 87, he is ready to reveal the techniques and inspiration behind his art. In “Actually, Iconic: Richard Estes” filmmaker Olympia Stone explores a rich survey of Estes’ masterpieces with unprecedented access to the artist including glimpses into Estes’ personal life, from his isolation as a child, always being a little “strange,” to coming out in the early 1960s in NYC and the “total wipeout” of the AIDS epidemic on his intimate and personal friendships. Stone creates a delicate portrait which does more than just explore Estes’ lifetime of creative output; it humanizes it. (A, D, N, P, S)

Thursday 11/4 5:30 p.m. Pineview 7
Friday 11/5 12:40 p.m. Pineview 7

2019, US
Run time: 1:08
Director: Olympia Stone
Producer: Olympia Stone
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/345234087

Contact:
Olympia Stone
[email protected]
919-357-4177


Alexandre the Fool
Fifteen years after a psychotic event on the South China Sea flipped his life upside down, Alex, a sensitive, refined, schizophrenic man is at a crossroads. His grandmother and confidante insists that he finds a girlfriend. His encounter with a young psychotic woman gives birth to an ardently passionate relationship that makes him slowly drift away from his usual emotional boundaries. As the South China Sea’s troubled waters well up in his mind, Alex gradually isolates himself, in danger of being swallowed up by paranoia’s unfathomable abyss.

Tuesday 11/2 5:00 p.m. Pineview 10
Thursday 11/4 10:00 a.m. Pineview 10

2019, Canada
Run time: 1:05
Director: Pedro Pires
Producer: Pedro Pires
Trailer: https://www.cinemaclock.com/movies/alexandre-le-fou-2019/videos

Contact:
Pedro Pires
[email protected]
514-663-4245


Alice Street
Two Oakland artists form an unlikely partnership to tackle their most ambitious project to date, a four-story mural in the heart of downtown Oakland. As the mural takes shape on the wall, Oakland’s unique cultural legacies come to life. Meanwhile, the city unveils its urban planning process for the downtown district. Ultimately displaced, the mural becomes a spark for the community to rally to protect cultural arts, and coalescing the resistance to gentrification.

Don’t forget to stop by the St. George Art Museum to view the spectacular mural painted last year by these artists

Monday 11/1 7:50 p.m. Pineview 10
Tuesday 11/2 12:00 p.m. Pineview 6

2020, US
Run time: 1:07
Director: Spencer I Wilkinson
Producer: Endangered Ideas Media
Trailer: https://youtu.be/1lJRPZLuY9c

Contact:
Spencer I Wilkinson
[email protected]
510-387-3793


Alien on Stage
An amateur drama group of Dorset Bus Drivers decide to ditch doing another pantomime to try something completely different – a serious adaptation of the sci-fi film Alien. After finding ingenious solutions to pay homemade homage to the original film, the show is a crushing flop. While adjusting to the idea that their serious show is actually a comedy, the group is whisked from their village hall to a London West End theatre to perform this accidental masterpiece. With wobbly sets, awkward acting and special effects requiring ‘more luck than judgement’, will their West End debut be a success? (Family Friendly)

Tuesday 11/2 8:00 p.m. Pineview 6
Friday 11/5 10:00 a.m. Pineview 7

2021, UK
Run time: 1:23
Director: Danielle Kummer, Lucy Harvey
Producer: Danielle Kummer, Lucy Harvey
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jj-9K1W9sds

Contact:
Danielle Kummer
[email protected]
+44794-939-3803


American Tap
As a quintessentially American art form, the origins of Tap Dance wind through our history from Congo Square, through Minstrelsy, the Jazz Age, World War II and into modernity. Fueled by genius and challenged by adversity, it has undergone recession and rebirth to emerge vital and relevant in the new century. Not just a dance form, Tap is a mirror through which we can examine and better understand our American cultural heritage. As we dig into the heritage of American tap dancing, we discover that elements of our history which have the potential to tear us apart – the stigma of slavery and the friction caused by immigration – are the same forces which bind us together and fuel our dynamic society. This shared experience is the cultural fire that forged the art form of tap dancing.

Monday 11/1 12:50 p.m. Pineview 6
Tuesday 11/2 7:00 p.m. Eccles Main Stage

2019, US
Run time: 1:30
Director: Mark Wilkinson
Producer:
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/289488313

Contact:
Mark Wilkinson
[email protected]
323-464-2220


Anbessa
On the outskirts of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in East Africa, the biggest condominium complex is being constructed on the farmland of 10-year-old Asalif and his mother, leaving them just a tool shed with no electricity or running water. Asalif is caught between the ancient and the new. He creates his own reality and navigates modernization on his own terms, channeling the lion (“anbessa”) to face forces beyond his control. (P)

Tuesday 11/2 10:00 a.m. Pineview 7
Thursday 11/4 7:30 p.m. Pineview 7

2019, Italy
Run time: 1:26
Director: Mo Scarpelli
Producer: Mo Scarpelli, Caitlin Mae Burke
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JISp8QEhEuo

Contact:
Mo Scarpelli
[email protected]
573-864-9659


Ashram Children, The: I am No Body I Have No Body,
For 20 years, Jonathan grew up in Jerusalem and in an Ashram in India, which he had to keep secret. In the Ashram he was taught to dedicate his life to the Guru and to always think of him. That way, one could finally reach his goal in life, awaken from the illusion, realize the “truth”, and become enlightened. Twenty years later, Jonathan sets on a journey to understand the secret he was forced to keep about India, the effect it has on him even now, to find out what happened to the other Ashram children and to finally understand: had he been raised in a cult?

Monday 11/1 5:00 p.m. Pineview 10
Thursday 11/4 2:30 p.m. Pineview 7

2019, Israel
Run time: 1:07
Director: Jonathan Ofek
Producer: Jonathan Ofek, Itamar Luria
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/user1238513/download/382207630/1175818bd8

Contact:
Jonathan Ofek
[email protected]


Becoming Geppetto
The life and craftsmanship of master luthiers Bruce Petros and his son Matt. As Bruce struggled to find his life’s goal, he stumbled upon guitar building. He learned a craft at a time when there was little information on the subject. Eventually his son joins him and together they work diligently to refine their craft, leading to the creation of instruments of exquisite beauty and tonal resonance. The evolution of Bruce’s and Matt’s career is interspersed and mirrored by scenes of guitar building and musical performances that provide an interactive play between performance and construction. (Family Friendly)

Monday 11/1 6:00 p.m. Pineview 8
Thursday 11/4 11:00 a.m. Pineview 6

2021, US
Run time: 1:09
Director: Dale Lindquist
Producer: Dale Lindquist
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2y9PmC-Jlc&t=109s

Contact:
Dale Lindquist
[email protected]
914-528-4052


Beethoven in Beijing
By 1970, Western music had virtually disappeared from China. Today, classical music is thriving throughout the country as Chinese virtuosos thrill audiences in gleaming new concert halls. The turning point was a breakthrough visit by the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1973, which helped rekindle Chinese interest in classical music and forged a unique connection between China and the Orchestra. Beethoven in Beijing brings this riveting story to life through the memories of the Chinese and American musicians who played together in 1973 and offers a striking look at the cross-cultural power of music.

Monday 11/1 12:30 p.m. Pineview 10
Wednesday 11/3 5:40 p.m. Pineview 10

2019, US
Run time: 1:28
Director: Jennifer Lin, Sharon Mullally
Producer: Sam Katz, Jennifer Lin
Trailer: Beethoven In Beijing Official Trailer

Contact:
Jennifer Lin
[email protected]
267-254-4451


Behind the Strings
When Mao’s Cultural Revolution ended, China’s door cracked open. Four young, classical musicians seized the opportunity to flee to the West as Classical music was banned. The famed Shanghai Quartet began a lifetime adventure – studying with great masters, attending Juilliard, and performing at major music festivals and best classical music venues like Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and The Kennedy Center. When the Quartet’s cellist decided to leave, they invited a young American grad student from New York City’s Spanish Harlem. He was a highly praised cellist but also had a New York City “attitude” that the three Chinese musicians had never encountered. In addition to full-time teaching positions, the Quartet now performs throughout the world with a stressful 180-day travel schedule. That schedule, however, has impacted home life. Two of the Quartet’s wives are classically trained performance musicians who have had to put their professional careers on the “back burner” to care for the kids and keep the home fires going. Behind the Strings showcases their lives, how they got to the top and the price they pay. And, why China keeps inviting them back to perform their once forbidden music. (Family Friendly)

Wednesday 11/3 10:50 a.m. Pineview 8
Friday 11/5 5:00 p.m. Pineview 9

2020, United States
Run time: 1:15
Director: Hal Rifken
Producer: Michael Peroff
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/523295155

Contact:
Michael Peroff
[email protected]
973-632-4001


Book Keepers, The
Determined to keep his late-wife’s dream alive, Dick Wall became the unlikely spokesperson for her debut memoir and embarked on an unexpected cross-country promotional tour. He is joined by his filmmaker son, who is torn between saving his mom’s first book and his concern for how his dad is coping with their new reality. The journey challenges the pair to talk about loss, relationships and the healing power of sharing stories.

Monday 11/1 5:00 p.m. Pineview 7
Friday 11/5 1:30 p.m. Pineview 9

2020, US
Run time: 1:26
Director: Phil Wall
Producer: Nick Sprague, Naveen Mallikarjuna
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/463501941

Contact:
Liz Manashil
[email protected]


Boulevard! A Hollywood Story
BOULEVARD! is a documentary about Dickson Hughes and Richard Stapley, two young songwriters and romantic partners, who found themselves caught in movie star Gloria Swanson’s web when she hired them to write a musical version of SUNSET BOULEVARD. Life imitates art when Gloria falls for Richard and the men find themselves living a real-life version of the classic film. It’s a strange Hollywood tale, but it’s all true! (S)

Wednesday 11/3 6:00 p.m. Eccles Main Stage
Friday 11/5 11:30 a.m. Pineview 8

2021
Run time: 1:25
Director:
Producer:
Trailer:


Can Art Stop a Bullet: William Kelly’s Big Picture
William Kelly, widely considered the social conscience of Australian art, once said “Art can’t stop a bullet, but it can stop a bullet from being fired.” Can it? This documentary explores the power of art to influence the violence in our world. It is a tapestry of history and art, drawn from major artworks and photos from the defining conflicts of their times. This immense visual collage allows the audience to navigate through time and place, meeting survivors of these horrific moments in history and the artists who have created work commenting on these periods, some of which have become iconic. (V, W)

Monday 11/1 11:00 a.m. Pineview 6
Friday 11/5 7:20 p.m. Pineview 7

2019, F-Australia
Run time: 1:30
Director: Mark Street
Producer: Mark Street
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/384512577

Contact:
Fiona Cochrane
[email protected]
61 402 474472


Can You Hear My Voice?
“Can You Hear My Voice?” is directed by award-winning producer/director Bill Brummel, his first film since having his own voice box removed in 2016.A triumphant documentary about a choir unlike any other in the world – a choir whose singers have no voice boxes. “Can You Hear My Voice?” chronicles the one-of-a-kind Shout at Cancer choir in London, whose members have all had their voice boxes removed, as they prepare for the most ambitious concert they’ve ever performed -a sold-out performance at London’s historic Tabernacle theater.The film includes songs popularized by Nina Simone, Tears for Fears, and Louis Armstrong. Interspersed with the concert preparations are the personal accounts of three members of the Shout at Cancer choir. Their stories reveal themes of self-identity, mortality, adversity, disability, resilience, and courage. Like the choir members, Brummel speaks with the aid of a voice prosthesis. At its heart, this film is about the arduous transition from life with a voice box to one without a voicebox told through the personal stories of members of the Shout at Cancer choir in London. (M)

2019, US
Run time: 1:27
Director: Bill Brummel
Producer: Bill Brummel
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uc_Dt358meI

Contact:
Bill Brummel
[email protected]
626-390-9660


Chasing Childhood
Overprotected and over-directed, American children are wilting under the weight of well-meaning parents. In the pursuit of keeping them safe and creating an impressive resumé of extracurricular activities to wow admissions boards, over-parenting smothers children across socioeconomic classes and leads to anxiety and depression. CHASING CHILDHOOD follows education professionals and reformed helicopter parents who seek and offer solutions for developing more confident, independent young people while restoring some joy and freedom to childhood.

Tuesday 11/2 12:20 p.m. Pineview 7
Thursday 11/4 5:30 p.m. Pineview 8

2020, US
Run time: 1:25
Director: Eden Wurmfeld, Margaret Munzer Loeb
Producer: Eden Wurmfeld, Lisa Eisenpresser
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/user91817115/trailer

Contact:
Eden Wurmfeld and Margaret Munzer Loeb
[email protected]
323-708-5737


Circle of the Moose
The Alaskan moose is the largest moose in the world. For Alaskans the moose is not only symbolic of the state, but also an everyday neighbour, a danger, a friend, and a meal. ‘Circle of the Moose’ gives a glimpse into the multiple ways in which moose and the people of Alaska are connected. (AC)

Monday 11/1 7:30 p.m. Pineview 8
Thursday 11/4 12:30 p.m. Pineview 6

2020, Germany
Run time: :42
Director: Josefin Kuschela
Producer: Filmacademy Baden-Württemberg
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=px8kHPHXugw

Contact:
Josefin Kuschela
[email protected]


Crazy Money
What happens if the inhabitants of a Ugandan village suddenly receive a basic income for two years with no strings? Is free money truly liberating?
The answer lies in the inhabitants’ personal stories. Their successes and tribulations illustrate the impact of one of the most daring projects in contemporary development cooperation. Their life stories unexpectedly prove to be all too familiar. Blending in together, they create a colorful and poetic reality portrait, illustrating the big consequences of a small sum of money … (N)

Monday 11/1 2:00 p.m. Pineview 7
Wednesday 11/3 5:00 p.m. Pineview 6

2021, Belgium
Run time: 1:33
Director: Steven Janssens
Producer: Village One Film
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87nL3fCNaLg

Contact:
Steven Janssens
[email protected]
+3248-616-5271


Dark Side of Green Energies, The
Electric cars, wind turbines, solar panels… The energy transition holds the promise of a more prosperous and peaceful world, finally free of oil, pollution and shortages. But this official thesis proves to be a myth: by breaking free of fossil fuels, we are setting ourselves up for a new dependence on rare metals. Severe ecological and economical ramifications for the supply of these strategic resources have already begun. What if the “green world” that awaits us turns out to be a new nightmare?

Monday 11/1 6:30 p.m. Pineview 10
Thursday 11/4 10:10 a.m. Pineview 8

2021, French Southern Territories
Run time: :54
Director: Jean-Louis Pérez, Guillaume Pitron
Producer: Jean-Luc Millan, Jean-Louis Pérez
Trailer:

Contact:
RAPHAEL Bucchiotty
[email protected]


Evers, The
On June 12, 1963, an assassin’s bullet ended the life of Medgar Evers, the Field Secretary of the NAACP in Mississippi. From the Emmy-winning director of “The Uncomfortable Truth” comes the incredible true story of one family’s unbreakable love and tragic sacrifice in the name of freedom for everyone. “The Evers” is a powerful testament of love, faith and family in the quest for a better world.

Monday 11/1 10:50 a.m. Pineview 8
Wednesday 11/3 7:30 p.m. Pineview 10

2019, US
Run time: 1:31
Director: Loki Mulholland
Producer: Loki Mulholland
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceXYHy67ZAw

Contact:
Loki Mulholland
[email protected]
801-368-8418


Fatal Distraction
The tragic, untold story of the high-profile murder trial of Justin Ross Harris following the death of his toddler son in the hot summer of 2014. (P)

Wednesday 11/3 8:00 p.m. Pineview 9
Friday 11/5 10:20 a.m. Pineview 10

2019, US
Run time: 1:32
Director: Susan Morgan Cooper
Producer: Susan Morgan Cooper
Trailer:https://youtu.be/c9QLCl9yBMg

Contact:
Susan Morgan Cooper
[email protected]
213-447-9904


Finding Courage
A former journalist for the Chinese Communist Party, living in exile in San Francisco, struggles to settle into life in America while working to heal her family’s wounds from their tragic past. She is seeking justice for the murder of her sister at the hands of the Chinese authorities. Rare undercover footage of a meeting with the director of the labor camp where her sister was killed reveals shocking admissions of torture, slave labor, corruption, and a general disregard for human life pervading the camp system today. Exclusive interviews with former Chinese Communist Party officials provide a unique insight into the hidden world of terror that many Chinese citizens live without ever knowing that life can, and does, exist with freedom outside their world. (A, V, W)

Tuesday 11/2 2:40 p.m. Pineview 9
Wednesday 11/3 7:00 p.m. Pineview 6

2019, US
Run time: 1:21
Director: Kay Rubacek
Producer: Kay Rubacek
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/410697191

Contact:
Swoop Films
[email protected]
929-259-0952


Finding Yingying
Yingying Zhang, a 26-year-old Chinese student, comes to the U.S. to study. In her detailed and beautiful diaries, the aspiring young scientist and teacher is full of optimism. Within weeks of her arrival, Yingying disappears from the campus. Through exclusive access to Yingying’s family and boyfriend, Finding Yingying closely follows their journey as they search to unravel the mystery of her disappearance and seek justice for their daughter. Finding Yingying is the story of who Yingying was: a talented young woman loved by her family and friends. (P)

Wednesday 11/3 6:00 p.m. Pineview 9
Friday 11/5 1:20 p.m. Pineview 8

2019, US
Run time: 1:36
Director: Jiayan “Jenny” Shi
Producer: Diane Quon, Brent C. Huffman
Trailer: TBA

Contact:
Diane Quon
[email protected]
847-727-8814


First Swallows, The
The precious few MiG 17 fighter jets provided by the Soviet Union to the Vietnam People’s Air Force were flown by a select group of Vietnamese pilots, trained in China to battle the highly superior US Air Force. The aging MiG 17s were called “Silver Swallows.” The first aerial battles of the war were over the Ham Rong Bridge in April 1965. Here, the First Swallows valiantly flew into their first dramatic dogfights with waves of USAF F-105s sent to destroy the bridge.

Tuesday 11/2 7:50 p.m. Pineview 8
Thursday 11/4 10:00 a.m. Pineview 9

2019, US
Run time: :49
Director: Lê Nguyên Bảo
Producer: Nguyễn Văn Trơừng Sơn
Trailer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r15X4BKjRae28Jw3_HrdZ07YdUXQcwUY/view?fbclid=IwAR0vfFSAlP0pUEMNq08XfPZTT38E2pQ2ZjrQCZR-eF8RRXpaMrPpGqlSej8

Contact:
David Hansen
[email protected]


For the Left Hand
At age 10, aspiring pianist Norman Malone was paralyzed on his right side after being attacked by his father. Over the next several decades he mastered the left-hand piano repertoire in secret. A chance discovery of his talent leads him towards making his concert debut. At age 78, Norman will perform the greatest work in the canon: Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand.

Wednesday 11/3 11:30 a.m. Pineview 9
Friday 11/5 6:30 p.m. Pineview 10

2021, US
Run time: 1:14
Director: Leslie Simmer, Gordon Quinn
Producer: Diane Quon
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/572718467/fc23c2251b

Contact:
Diane Quon
[email protected]


Forever Is Now
Zion National Park is the poster child for public lands on the brink of being loved to death. The last decade brought unprecedented numbers of tourists to the park and now the 100 year old park is at an inflection point. As Zion looks to its next hundred years, it needs a new generation of advocates for public land and stewards for conservation. ‘Forever Is Now’ follows ten people who are Zion’s keepers and caretakers. At a time of increasing tension between recreation and environmental impact, the film follows a path to the future through stories that are personal, complex, and compelling.

Monday 11/1 5:00 p.m. Pineview 9
Thursday 11/4 3:00 p.m. Pineview 6

2020, US
Run time: :45
Director: Sean Slobodan
Producer: Shandi Kano
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/376976993

Contact:
Sean Slobodan
[email protected]
801-472-2239


ForeverMoore: The Angelo Project
Ska, punk, funk, metal, reggae, and soul fusion master, Angelo Moore of Fishbone devotes his life to weaving a legacy; crafting art through spoken word, music, and fashion. As a black American forerunner in the early 80’s LA punk rock scene, he inspired others to embrace nonconformity. Living the life “of the famous but not rich,” Angelo pours ideas into everything he touches and makes beauty out of darkness. A smiling, expressive, and deeply introspective soul, Angelo contemplates how his efforts have materialized in this society and comes to terms with certain truths. (A, P)
The Thursday, November 4 screening of this film will include a ticketed event and a performance by Angelo Moore and The Next Step band.

Thursday 11/4 6:00 p.m. Eccles Main Stage
Friday 11/5 2:30 p.m. Pineview 6

2020, US
Run time: 1:11
Director: Tisa Zito
Producer: Tisa Zito
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/400075397

Contact:
Tisa Zito
[email protected]
503-915-9069


Gianni Berengo Gardin’s Tale of Two Cities
How can we preserve the endangered city of Venice? Gianni Berengo Gardin, Italy’s most famous living photographer, embraced this challenge with his powerful photographs and controversial exhibition that triggered debate, protests and an international outcry. Gianni Berengo Gardin’s Tale of Two Cities examines the photographer’s commitment to Venice, and the profound impact of globalization on the city, including giant cruise ships traveling through the heart of historic Venice and unsustainable tourism. Tensions explode in the ensuing climactic events as the audience is forced to confront Venice’s uncertain future.

Monday 11/1 7:00 p.m. Pineview 9
Thursday 11/4 11:40 a.m. Pineview 7

2019, Italy
Run time: 1:07
Director: Donna Serbe-Davis
Producer: Donna Serbe-Davis
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/254923956

Contact:
Donna Serbe-Davis
[email protected]
(732) 236-4795


Going the Distance: Journeys of Recovery
Four survivors take us inside the experience of traumatic brain injury (TBI) to reveal their personal stories of devastation, heroism and hope. Called “the Silent Epidemic,” TBI impacts 1.5 million Americans and costs American society $60 billion every year. Going the Distance focuses an intimate lens on the daunting, inspiring journeys of the survivors as well as the people who love and care for them. Produced and directed by three-time Emmy Award winning filmmaker, David L. Brown, Going the Distance promises to be an inspiring and invaluable addition to the media resources on TBI and disability. (M, V, W)

Tuesday 11/2 8:30 p.m. Pineview 10
Thursday 11/4 11:30 a.m. Pineview 10

2017, US
Run time: 1:00
Director: David L. Brown
Producer: David L. Brown
Trailer: TBA

Contact:
David L. Brown
[email protected]
415-468-7469


Hand Drawn Life
The history and influence of newspaper comic strips.

Monday 11/1 10:20 a.m. Pineview 10
Friday 11/5 1:00 p.m. Pineview 10

2019, US
Run time: 1:28
Director: Tom Tanquary
Producer: Tom Tanquary
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/user3645772/review/440534891/e9a279d51a

Contact:
Tom Tanquary
[email protected]
714-435-1023


High Maintenance: The Life Work of Dani Karavan
Dani Karavan has created nearly 100 environmental installations all across the world and has won the most prestigious international art awards. Yet Karavan is far from satisfied. His monumental structures are deteriorating, his advanced age is starting to catch up with him, the political climate in Israel is driving him mad and he becomes embroiled in a political and artistic conflict over his latest commission. (Family Friendly)

2020, Israel
Run time: 1:06
Director: Barak Heymann, Lukasz Konopa
Producer: Barak Heymann, Krzysztof Dzięciołowski
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/564026570

Contact:
Barak Heymann
[email protected]
+972 52-274-2445


Hiroshima: City of Water
Seven rivers flow through the city of Hiroshima giving it the name City of Water. Scattered around this huge metropolitan city are monuments to those who perished from the detonation of a nuclear weapon by American forces on 6th August 1945. At these monuments, visitors give offerings of water to those who perished; those who begged for water to soothe their scorched mouths and those who threw themselves into the rivers to relieve their burning skin and drowned. For Hiroshi Hara, these are the ‘Rivers of Souls’. Places where he makes tribute to the dead by painting with ‘spirit water’ – water from the rivers he describes as being covered by a carpet of floating corpses. (V, W)

2020, UK
Run time: 1:08
Director: Chris John Brooke
Producer: Chris John Brooke
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/534939808

Contact:
Chris John Brooke
[email protected]


Humongous Fungus Among Us, The
A quiet Upper Michigan town becomes the center of an international media frenzy after three scientists discover a record-breaking “Humongous Fungus” living next door. Decades later, the town and the scientists continue to embrace the fungus as a growing symbol of community and wonder. Who will be crowned Mr. Fungi? Will there be a giant mushroom pizza? Will the “Humongous Fungus” outlive us all?

2021, US
Run time: 1:09
Director: Logan Hall
Producer: Tim Warmanen
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/516515799

Contact:
Laurie Adrianopoli
[email protected]
847-980-9922


Hunger Ward
Nominated for a 2021 Oscar®, HUNGER WARD is the third film in the Refugee Trilogy by 2x Oscar® & Emmy® nominated director Skye Fitzgerald. Filmed from inside two of the most active therapeutic feeding centers in Yemen, HUNGER WARD documents two women health care workers fighting to thwart the spread of starvation against the backdrop of a forgotten war. The film provides an unflinching portrait of Dr. Aida Alsadeeq and Nurse Mekkia Mahdi as they work to save the lives of hunger-stricken children within a population on the brink of famine. With unprecedented access within a sensitive conflict-zone, HUNGER WARD reveals a world of bravery and commitment-to-care for war-stricken children amidst desperate need. (V, W)

2020, US
Run time: :40
Director: Skye Fitzgerald
Producer: Mike Scheuerman, Skye Fitzgerald
Trailer: www.hungerward.org

Contact:
Skye Fitzgerald
[email protected]
(503) 522-6313


Iconicity
Iconicity is a voyage into a surprising frontier for creative expression – the Southern California Deserts. Fringe communities of artists and radicals thrive amidst the wide open, lawless spaces of North America’s driest desert. In a brutal land of dust, rust, and concrete, some explore new worlds while others delve into their own darkness, drawing seemingly limitless inspiration from their surroundings. This road trip takes us beyond the reaches of civilization to places that exist out of time. We are treated to in-depth looks at work as diverse as Leonard Knight’s “Salvation Mountain” in the squatter outpost of Slab City, Noah Purifoy’s political assemblages in Joshua Tree, gripping installations by Desert X in the Coachella Valley, and Ricardo Breceda’s gargantuan metal sculptures in Borrego Springs. The film concludes with the Bombay Beach Biennale, a renegade festival of art and music founded in 2016. Set against the Salton Sea’s dying shoreline, artists transform abandoned housing and vacant lots to reveal the beauty in decay. A kaleidoscope of history, art, and personal experience, Iconicity serves as a complex examination of the mark we leave on our environment and the mark it leaves on us.A Film by Leo Zahn. Featuring Randy Polumbo, Bobby Furst, Tao Ruspoli, Stefan Ashkenazy, Bill Ammon, and many others.

2020, US
Run time: 1:28
Director: Leo Zahn
Producer: Leo Zahn
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/360191157

Contact:
Leo Zahn
[email protected]
(760) 834-8203


In Glorious Smell-O-Vision! The True Story of The Godfather of Scented Cinema
In Glorious Smell-O-Vision! tells the story of the precipitous rise, terrible fall and ultimate redemption of Hans Laube, the Swiss scientist who invented scented cinema. The debut of his Smell-O-Vision! process in a big-budget Hollywood production starring Elizabeth Taylor was a spectacular flop. But why? Smell-obsessed Australian filmmaker Tammy Burnstock gets to the bottom of what went wrong, along the way uncovering a very human story of scientific innovation, heartbreak and redemption.

2019, Australia
Run time: 1:01
Director: John Anderson, Tammy Burnstock
Producer: Tammy Burnstock
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/369885711

Contact:
John Anderson
[email protected]
312 550-2166


Into the Fire: A Utah Boy’s Life in the Blues
Dick Earl Ericksen grew up in Moroni, Utah; a rural community located in East-Central Utah, by no means a hotspot for the Blues. One day his father came home from work with a cassette tape that was left in the lost and found, an album by the man called Muddy Waters. Dick put the tape in his boom box, and in that moment his life was changed forever. Since then he has gone on to tour throughout North America, become an educator on the subject, and found his own unique sound and style of Blues while incorporating modern techniques of live looping and sound modification. It digs deep into the roots of what the Blues is all about; being able to get back up when life tries to put you down.

The film follows Dick Earl’s trip from St. George, UT to Memphis, TN, as he attends and judges the International Blues Challenge; an esteemed competition for Blues bands from all over the world. Viewers experience the people and places of the Blues, and get a closer look into the life of the original Utah Blues Man, Dick Earl Ericksen.

Opening Film – See also Special Event November 1

2020, US
Run Time: 1:20
Director: Isaac Ericksen
Producer: Trey Johnson
Executive Producer: Phil Tuckett
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPZ0vJowxT0&feature=youtu.be

Contact:
Phil Tuckett
[email protected]


Kingdom of Archers
When the Kingdom of Bhutan joined the United Nations in 1971, archery was designated as its national sport. Archery in Bhutan is a rich part of the cultural fabric. But both internal and external factors have begun to change the face of traditional game in Bhutan. Kingdom of Archers explores the many facets of archery in Bhutan and addresses the challenges of cultural preservation against the forces of modernization, westernization, and economic development.

2019, US
Run time: 1:17
Director: Robert Hixon Hanson
Producer: Robert Hixon Hanson
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/411232741

Contact:
Robert Hixon Hanson
[email protected]
213-477-3227


Magnificent Beast
Why is pork a forbidden food for Jews and Muslims? In a search of the historical roots of the pig taboo, the filmmakers travel around the world interviewing archaeologists, religious scholars, hunters and pet pig owners. Their journey reveals the many ways this intelligent and complex animal has found its way into religious scripture, onto our dinner tables, and even into our homes. (AC)

2020, US
Run time: 1:15
Director: Tess Gerritsen, Josh Gerritsen
Producer: Tess Gerritsen, Josh Gerritsen
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/410447114

Contact:
​​Josh Gerritsen
[email protected]
518-368-9434


Max Steiner: Maestro of Movie Music
At the beginning of the last century, Max Steiner arrived In America a penniless musician from Europe. After a short stint on Broadway he headed west and introduced a new art form to Hollywood…. the musical underscore. His ideas were revolutionary. He worked on over 300 films, including timeless classics such as Gone with the Wind, King Kong and Casablanca. This is the story of the man who created a vital new art form that changed Hollywood for all time.

2021, US
Run time: 1:20
Director: Diana Friedberg
Producer: Diana Friedberg
Trailer:

Contact:
Diana Friedberg
[email protected]
818 -469-5544


Medicating Normal
Tens of millions of Americans are physically dependent on, not heroin or cocaine, but commonly prescribed psychiatric drugs. While these drugs can provide effective short-term relief, pharmaceutical companies have hidden — from both doctors and patients — their dangerous side effects and long-term harm. Combining cinema verité and investigative journalism, Medicating Normal, follows the stories of five people who were damaged by the very medications they believed would help them. It is the untold story of the disastrous consequences that can occur when profit-driven medicine intersects with human beings in distress.(P)

The November 5 screening of this film is followed by a Q&A with Dr. Tyler, Haberle, Associate Chief Health Information Officer, Senior Medical Director – Community Based Care, Internal Medicine – River Road Clinic – Intermountain Medical Group, and Dr. Matt Mackay, PsyD, Child and Adolescent Behavior Health Psychologist, Intermountain Health

2019, US
Run time: 1:16
Director: Lynn P Cunningham,
Producer: Muffie Meyer
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFzhTm2-UM8

Contact:
Lynn Cunningham
[email protected]
917-282-0710


Merely Marvelous: The Dancing Genius of Gwen Verdon
Broadway’s greatest dancing star, Gwen Verdon, who overcame many obstacles, including rickets, the Hollywood system, a loveless first marriage and a difficult second marriage to choreographer Bob Fosse, to become a multi-Tony Award-winning performer. Her life is told through interviews with family members and colleagues as well as a mine of rare footage from her Broadway and film careers including Chita Rivera, Tab Hunter, as well as Gwen’s son and daughter.

2019, US
Run time: 1:23
Director: Chris Johnson, Ken Bloom
Producer: Chris Johnson, Ken Bloom
Trailer: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?shva=1#search/montrealchris%40gmail.com/FMfcgxwGDWrhntfcpNNVJmQBLXpVGqjr?compose=GTvVlcSMVkmghzbkWRvCHQtWHPqGQrDFWvbXmCDZGsGNNWBRmgJRkhNNgVBQVmCrBltbjbPCrClCV

Contact:
Ken Bloom
[email protected]
(212) 974-0229


Missing in Brooks County
Two families search for their loved ones who went missing in the vast ranch lands of Brooks County, Texas, the site of more migrant deaths than anywhere else in the country. On their journey, they meet vigilante ranchers, humanitarian activists, Border Patrol search and rescue teams, and others locked in a proxy version of the national immigration debate. (V – Images of human remains)

2020, US
Run time: :1:20
Director: Lisa Molomot, Jeff Bemiss
Producer: Lisa Molomot, Jeff Bemiss
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/459473705

Contact:
Lisa Molomot
[email protected]
203 893-9034


Misty Experiment, The
The Misty Experiment is a documentary that takes an intimate look at the former pilots, intelligence officers and surgeons of “MISTY” – the top-secret air operation during the war in Vietnam. As previously seen in Ken Burns’ “The Vietnam War,” this documentary takes a closer look at the personnel behind one of the most daring military experiments from 1967-1970.

2021, US
Run time: 1:08
Director: Danny McGuire
Producer: Ian M Adelson
Trailer:

Contact:
Ian M Adelson
[email protected]


Money Machine
Every year, millions lose billions in Las Vegas, but after Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of 22,000 and killed 58 people, the town’s image as a safe adult playground was put in jeopardy. With billions on the line, the corporations that run Las Vegas use their power to get America’s mind off the shooting, leaving the victims feeling forgotten. Money Machine exposes a rigged game of corrupt policing and corporate cover-ups and how the deadliest mass shooting in US history became one of the most forgotten. (P, V)

2019, US
Run time: 1:14
Director: Ramsey Denison
Producer: Doug Blush
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lN2In-qfp8&t=6s

Contact:
Ramsey Denison
[email protected]
818-751-9322

 


Oceans Without Limits
Embark on a voyage of discovery into the Western Indian Ocean and find out how plastic pollution is impacting this tropical paradise. Oceans Without Limits is an epic and cinematic oceanic adventure with an element of science. A crew, made up of a Skipper, a Pro Diver, a Marine Biologist, and a Filmmaker, go way off the beaten track to document their findings. Their discoveries are both unexpected and shocking!

2019, South Africa
Run time: 1:30
Director: Mark van Wijk
Producer: Gert Muller
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/341297233

Contact:
Mark van Wijk
[email protected]
+2784-513-3301


 


Pilgrims of Divine Mercy
In this road movie four repeat offenders, who converted in prison, set off on foot to the Vatican, drawing a special trolley with a gift for the pope – a painting of Merciful Jesus. What they have in common, apart from their criminal past, is faith and hope that their effort will help them to forget about the demons of the past. Heavy physical exertion will put their notions of community and faith to the test. (P)

2020, F-Poland
Run time: 1:23
Director: Przemysław Jan Chrobak
Producer: Przemysław Jan Chrobak
Trailer: TBA

Contact:
Przemysław Jan Chrobak
[email protected]
+48 78-626-0383


Playing for Keeps
Playing for Keeps examines the importance of play and downtime for all of us – children, adults, seniors, and animals. It is a tapestry of interwoven characters that takes a look at the science behind and health benefits of the play state as well as its recent decline in our lives. It shows us that staying playful is a powerful aspect of a happy life.

2020, US
Run time: 1:02
Director: James Redford
Producer: Karen Pritzker
Trailer: TBA

Contact:
Suzanne Debrunner
[email protected]
917-796-1326


Point of Light
Adam Tousley is an Iraq combat veteran whose childhood ambition was to be a policeman in his home town of Zionsville, Indiana. The trajectory of his life changed dramatically after his Army discharge. Adam travelled with a mixed group of veterans to the historic battlefield of Khe Sanh, Vietnam and silently vowed to return someday to Iraq. The path of that return led through brutal genocide in Myanmar and crowded refugee camps of Bangladesh and culminated with Adam managing a humanitarian mission in Iraq where he interacted as an unarmed civilian with hostile militias determined to kill Americans.

A point of light is only visible against a dark background and courageous action in troubled times leads each of us to reach our own higher natures. Adam’s story is one of these inspiring points of light. (V, W)

2020, US
Run time: :59
Director: Luke L Hansen
Producer: Luke L Hansen
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/455989119

Contact:
David Hansen
[email protected]
435-668-0628


Prophets, Teachers and Kings
An inside look at the dark and sometimes violent world of one of Los Angeles’s oldest graffiti crews and their 35 year rise from juvenile delinquency to urban art infamy. (A, P)

The Tuesday, March 2 screening of this film will be combined with a massive public art project. See Special Events

2020, US
Run time: 1:06
Director: Devin A. Rice
Producer: John Carswell, Abigail Carswell
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/397818012

Contact:
John Carswell
[email protected]
425-299-2789


Queen V Patrick O’Donnell, The
The true story behind one of the most compelling murder plots in Irish history. It is a thrilling tale of violence, courtroom drama, romance and political intrigue. Containing evidence from British Home Office files kept secret for 100 years, it reveals shocking new information about the fate of the quiet-spoken Donegal man who killed the infamous informer James Carey on board a ship off the coast of South Africa in 1883. What possessed the illiterate labourer from the Donegal Gaeltacht to shoot the leader of The Invincibles? Who was the mystery woman posing as his wife? And why did both the US President and the French luminary Victor Hugo plead that Patrick O’Donnell not be hanged for his crime? (V, W)

2021, Ireland
Run time: 1:30
Director: Tomás Seoighe
Producer: Ciarán Ó Cofaigh, Eilís Ní Cheallaigh
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zlJwZvX-pc

Contact:
Ciarán Ó Cofaigh
[email protected]


Return of Elder Pingree, The — Memoir of a Departed Mormon
Lapsed Mormon Geoff Pingree retraces the steps he took twenty-five years earlier in Guatemala as a devout missionary. Combining archival material and contemporary footage it moves from jungle village to national capital. The young Elder Pingree’s earlier, single-minded journey is paired with the older Geoff Pingree’s ambivalent return to Guatemala as he seeks to discover what has become of the Guatemalans who once trusted him with their religious faith, attempts to understand the violent and unsettling political conditions of which he was ignorant as a regimented missionary, and grapples with the basic human dilemma of how one might do good in the world.

2019, US
Run time: 1:24
Director: Geoffrey Pingree
Producer: Lisa Abend, Geoff Pingree
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/338252610

Contact:
Geoff Pingree
[email protected]
440-935-1267


Revolution Generation, The
Narrated and starring Michelle Rodriguez (Lost, Avatar, The Fast and Furious), THE REVOLUTION GENERATION is a manifesto for today’s youth on the societal forces that have shaped and held back their generation, and how they can deploy their unique strengths to revolutionize the political system. Today half of the people on planet Earth are under the age of 40 – this is more people than were alive in 1950. Theirs is the most connected, educated and technologically savvy generation ever. Yet the hardships they face threaten to culminate in a perfect storm of economic, political and environmental crisis. (P)

2021, US
Run time: 1:20
Director: Josh Tickell, Rebecca Tickell
Producer: Josh Tickell, Rebecca Tickell
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/525056656

Contact:
Josh and Rebecca Tickell
[email protected]
978-395-7440


 


Scattering CJ
When charismatic, seemingly happy Air Force recruit CJ Twomey ended his own life at age 20, his family was plunged into unrelenting grief and guilt. Years later, tormented by the feeling that she had somehow let her son down and driven by a need to sustain the memory of how he lived, not how he died, his mother, Hallie, put out an open call on Facebook. In this moment of desperate inspiration, she asked a handful of world travelers to help fulfill her son’s ambition to see all the corners of the Earth by scattering some of his ashes in a place of beauty or special meaning to them. It was a call that would resonate beyond her wildest hopes — one that would move tens of thousands of people to answer.

2019, US
Run time: 1:03
Director: Andrea Kalin
Producer: Andrea Kalin, David Lobatto
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4zeH6Ee-Xg

Contact:
James Mirabello
[email protected]
202.621.5508

 


Sipe: Sex, Lies and the Priesthood
A biopic of Richard Sipe. A former Benedictine monk and Catholic priest, trained as a psychotherapist to deal with the mental health problems of the clergy, Sipe eventually left the priesthood and in a series of provocative books helped reveal the truth behind celibacy and its connection to the sexual abuse of minors. He became an expert witness for the prosecution in hundreds of clergy abuse cases. Sipe appeared in dozens of documentaries and was the person The Boston Globe reporters called on for advice in SPOTLIGHT – the 2015 Academy Award Winner for Best Film. This is the first documentary to focus completely on Richard’s own journey. (A, S)

2021, US
Run time: :54
Director: Joe Cultrera
Producer: Terry McKiernan
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/503586318

Contact:
Joe Cultrera
[email protected]
917-599-8843


Soul of a Cyclist
Through a group of “classic” cyclists and their common interest in the classic bicycle, we’ll discover values that are being lost in our modern society, such as the importance of friendship, ecology, valuing the old, minimalism and, other important premises to achieve a happier, simpler and more fulfilled life with what really matters.

2020, Portugal
Run time: 1:13
Director: Nuno Tavares
Producer: Nuno Tavares
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/394657083

Contact:
Nuno Tavares
[email protected]


That’s Wild
The award-winning feature documentary That’s Wild tells the inspiring journey of three underserved teenage boys from Atlanta, Cliff (16), Ahmani (13) and Nicholas (13), who attempt to climb four 12,000 ft snow capped peaks in the heart of the Colorado wilderness, all while overcoming their own personal mountains.

2019, US
Run time: 1:03
Director: Michiel Thomas
Producer: Michiel Thomas, Michael Franklin, Ben Severance, Mathew Perez-Mora, Ricardo Rivera
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/392083059

Contact:
Michiel Thomas
[email protected]
818-284-8216


Uncle Tom
In a collection of intimate interviews with some of America’s most provocative black conservative thinkers, Uncle Tom takes a different look at being black in America.Featuring media personalities, ministers, civil rights activists, veterans, and a self-employed plumber, the film explores their personal journeys of navigating the world as one of America’s most misunderstood political and cultural groups: The American Black Conservative.In this eye-opening film from Director Justin Malone and Executive Producer Larry Elder, Uncle Tom examines self-empowerment, individualism and rejecting the victim narrative. Uncle Tom shows us a different perspective of American History from this often ignored and ridiculed group.

2020, US
Run time: 1:46
Director: Justin Malone
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVLj-zARCv8&t=32s

Contact:
Ryder Ansell
[email protected]
443-827-7943


Unfinished Fight of Seldom Seen Sleight, The
Ken Sleight watched the place he called home, Glen Canyon, slowly drown under the waters of Lake Powell. That loss changed him from an old-school conservative into a radical environmental activist who will do anything to protect the canyons of the Southwest. He’s faced down raging bulldozers from the back of his horse. Monkeywrenched? He’ll never tell – but he was the inspiration for Seldom Seen Smith in his buddy Ed Abbey’s classic book The Monkey Wrench Gang. Now 90, he’s still fighting for Glen Canyon Dam to be brought down and the river freed. Climate change may make that a real possibility. The film features Ken Sleight, Colorado River Keeper John Weisheit, activist Tim DeChristopher, and never-before-seen footage of Glen Canyon as it was.

2020, US
Run time: :45
Director: Chris Simon
Producer: Chris Simon
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/383900954

Contact:
[email protected]
435-260-8646


United States of Fashion Designer Elie Tahari, The
Fashion Designer and Mogul Elie Tahari, has been living the American Dream for more than 50 years. He came to New York in 1971 with less than $100 in his pocket, slept on benches in Central Park, and went on to build a billion-dollar fashion empire. Elie Tahari is the definition of courage, determination, kindness, and…chutzpah! His parents fled Iran and moved to Israel, where he lived in a refugee camp Ma’Abarot’. He then moved to New York without speaking English and has contributed to the New York fashion life for more than 40 years with his iconic and visionary signatures such as the Tube Top, the Woman Suit and more. (N)

2021, US
Run time: 1:05
Director: David Serero
Producer: David Serero
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/559147277

Contact:
David Serero
[email protected]
646-724-3129


Weirdos: A Homeschool Documentary
Weirdos: A Homeschool Documentary looks into the lives of homeschool families and why they would choose to dedicate their time, resources, and hearts to this lifestyle. Discussing topics of child development, struggles, passion-led learning, misconceptions, freedom and more, all while following the story of one town’s journey to build a thriving homeschool community and the benefits that having a strong support system provides to the individual families.

2020, US
Run time: 1:36
Director: Matthew Black
Producer: Amanda Black
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwywLhCqFTk

Contact:
Matt Black
[email protected]
801-682-9915


Where There Once Was Water
A song for the sacred in all of us. An invitation to change our perspective, rewrite the story, and heal our relationship with water … one watershed, one meal, one raindrop, at a time. Water is love, and if we write it together, this love story may indeed become one for the ages.

2021, USA
Run time: 1:14
Director: Brittany App
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/496133512

Contact:
Brittany App
[email protected]
805-704-3996


Wikipedia Promise, The
Wikipedia is the largest encyclopedia of all time – by looking at the inner life of Wikipedia, the documentary deals with issues of perspective, representation and Western-centrism. In 2001, Jimmy Wales created the first entry on Wikipedia: “Hello world”. Today Wikipedia contains more than 50 million articles. English Wikipedia alone has more than 300 million clicks per day.

Wikipedia begins with a promise: knowledge production, which for millennia was in the hands of elites, is to be radically democratized. Anyone can contribute, regardless of education level or background. Is the online project a utopia come true? Twenty years after its founding, has THE WIKIPEDIA PROMISE been kept?

2021, Germany
Run time: :52
Director: Lorenza Castella, Jascha Hannover
Producer: André Schäfer
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/493813273

Contact:
Jascha Hannover
[email protected]


Wings of Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan is home to the Tien Shan, the “Celestial Mountains” which tower above the lush pasture land that is home to thousands of animals and the semi-nomadic herders of Central Asia. As much a song poem as a film, Wings of Kyrgyzstan is a kaleidoscope of life in the magnificent high steppe of Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia, where alongside the mythology of the horse, the harsh realities of subsistence life and the loneliness of routine in remote regions causes tension and heartache. Here, horses are considered the “wings of man”. The rhythm of rural life underscores this reverent cinematic journey, where vivid portraits of young men and women, semi-nomads and their elders share their personal stories and aspirations.

2019, US
Run time: 1:15
Director: Sophie Dia Pegrum
Producer:
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/364673107

Contact:
Sophie Dia Pegrum
[email protected]
323-356-4472


Women of Earth
Mayara grew up in Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil and Latin America. She was a teenager surrounded by millions of people, technology, and everything the modern world could offer but she still felt empty. In search of someone who could answer her questions, she went back to the roots of Brazil, to indigenous quilombolas and rural communities. On this journey, she met women who showed her how the wisdom of the past can heal the future. They are traditional midwives, healers, and community leaders. They are keepers of an ancient knowledge that we can’t afford to lose. She calls them Women of Earth. (N, Child Birth)

2019, US
Run time: 1:11
Director: Isadora Carneiro, Katia Lund, Mayara Boaretto
Producer: Jon Wilcox, Kirk Bowman
Trailer:https://www.womenofearthfilm.com/trailer

Contact:
Jon Wilcox
[email protected]
616-307-2606