So Others May Live . . . An inspirational story of high school student raising money and awareness for ALS through triathlon. Genre:  Documentary  Film Length:  24min Showtimes: Thur Sept 28 2017 , 6:00-8:00pm Movie Website: http://www.blazekid.com/ Directors: Ray Olson Producers: Ray Olson Main Cast: Jenny Hansen Venues  Buy Tickets Awards:
Florencia didn't allow the long work and university hours get in the way of her dream, going to the Ironman 70.3 World Championship, something no athlete in her country had ever achieved. How much would she sacrifice to compete with full-time athletes? Florencia had to keep up with her demanding...
"Soul City" tells the story of a group of civil rights activists and city slickers who attempt to build a multiracial utopia in the heart of Klan Country, North Carolina in the 1970s. Their pioneering efforts to jumpstart this black-owned, black-built town run up against tenacious enemies that still face...
Simultaneously a portrait and a self-portrait. My journey to pay homage to my wife, who died a year ago; the missing piece in my life. Genre: Short, Documentary Film Length: 25min Showtimes: Fri, Sep 22 at 5:00 PM–7:00 PM Directors: Tim Guthrie Producers: Tim Guthrie Venues  Buy Tickets  
A documentary film about Drew, a "special needs" boy and his journey through life with his family, friends and the strangers he meets along the way. It is a story of how a family went from – “Understanding to Accepting to Celebrating” their son just the way he is. Drew's...
This sport documentary follows professional boxer Daniel Hayes (The Honey Badger) as he prepares for his fight in Mexico. Witness the dedication and assassin like mindset needed not just win a fight, but to be victorious in a hostile environment. As he arrives in Mexico, he quickly realizes the disadvantages...
Pier Paolo Pasolini plays the role of the director as conveyor of human experience in this experimental documentary film. The director is constantly watching, thinking, and feeling the world events around him as he films the Passion of Jesus as well as mundane and historic events, all in the hope...
Amidst the current global overfishing crisis, Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute is attempting to restore the California White Sea Bass through an experimental aquaculture program. Manmade Waters follows the son of a professional fisherman as he explores the White Sea bass program alongside his father, an ardent supporter, and questions its long-term...
Ichiro was fishing near the coast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia, when the 2004 tsunami struck his boat. Stranded on an island during the devastation he wondered if he would ever see his family again. Genre: Documentary, Short Film Length: 11min Showtimes: Sat, Sep 23 at 1:00 PM–3:00 PM Film Website: http://bandatsunami.com/ichiro Directors: Isaac Kerlow Producers: Isaac...
Touting up to 250 pound dumbbells for some of Brooklyn's strongest men & women, Richie's gym has become a cornerstone of Bushwick. After first opening its doors in the mid-90's, it became a safe haven where people found refuge from the burned down buildings and drug riddled, violent streets. Now,...
New England's dairy farmers remain the backbone of agriculture in the region, but fight for survival in an age of artisan cheese and kale. Forgotten Farms examines class divides in New England's farm and food communities. In some circles, farm-to-table restaurants, farmer's markets and CSAs are booming and the new...
The Holocaust recedes further into history every day, but the unchecked antisemitism that fueled it still exists and shows signs of growing in chillingly familiar ways. Remember Us presents experts, scholars, activists, and victims of modern-day antisemitism interspersed with the stories of the Hidden Children, Jewish youths in Nazi-occupied Hungary...
Dying in Vein is deeply personal exploration of opiate and heroin addiction through a cinéma vérité style that drops you directly into the lives of an addict in recovery, a lesbian couple trying to get clean, a family grieving the loss of their son, and an Emergency Room Physician trying...
With the United States gripped in the panic of the Cold War, President Dwight D. Eisenhower deems homosexuals to be “security risks” and orders the immediate firing of any government employee discovered to be gay or lesbian. It triggers a vicious witch hunt that ruins tens of thousands of lives...
Population growth has been left out of the climate debate because it is seen as controversial, yet it is one of the most important factors. The global population has passed the 7 billion mark and India is overtaking China as the most populous nation in the world, but one state...
It’s 2011 and twentyfive plan to write, record then release a fresh song every two weeks of the year. twentyfive are two unknown, indie songwriters in a bare bones studio in the industrial West of Melbourne - Australia’s music capital. They have a studio set-up which is a piece of...
"Borat Meets Michael Moore" -  How Hitler Scared My Family— and I Woke Up in an Iroquois Longhouse with a Picture of Jesus, Reminding Me—for the Wrong Reason—That I Owe the Mohawks Rent" Genre: Documentary Film Length: 1hr 33min Showtimes: Thu, Sep 21 at 6:00 PM–8:00 PM Film Website: http://cowjewsandindians.com/ Directors: Marc L Halberstadt Producers:...
This is a unique story of faith, courage and magical thinking. A story of how the dream of an elderly English teacher finally comes true with the help of a rickshaw driver, a lapsed buddhist monk and a journey in to the high himalayas. It’s ‘The Marigold Hotel’ meets ‘Lost...
The unlikely pairing of two modern visionaries, Vilmos Olah, a Hungarian violin virtuoso, and Eric Funk, contemporary classical composer from the heart of Montana, has resulted in a new piece of music unlike anything written before. Vili: Concerto for Violin Alone is an extreme concerto that pushes the boundaries of...
American manufacturing employment has been on the decline for decades, unleashing a devastating effect on our local and national economies. But it’s the stories of communities and the families that comprise them that reveal the harshest costs upon the nation. Genre: Documentary Film Length: 1hr 25min Showtimes: Tue, Sep 26 at 4:00 PM–6:00 PM...
In a remote area of China, there's a small town. A young man named Sam, who was arrested by assaulting a Chengguan. On the day when he was released, he was told by his friend Jun that his long-lost girlfriend, Chelsea, has returned home without any notification. Chelsea is Sam's...
This is the story of a young boy trapped in a pair of slingback shoes. Ronnie Grant tells his very personal story of survival with the help of director Angela Robinson Witherspoon. He eventually finds work in the fashion industry as a Fashion Editor and works with Francesco Scavullo, Diana...
Not Black Enough is a film about class warfare and the cross-tides that African-Americans are dealing with within the black community. The film takes a sometimes humorous, always personal, brutally honest and insightful look into a seldom-explored phenomenon that is pervasive in the black culture- The ostracizing of blacks for...
"Beyond The Thrill" is about the unique personalities that make up the mostly unknown world of competitive skydiving. For them, skydiving is, not only a sport, but a lifestyle. This documentary follows one team as they train on the ground and fly through the air. They create as many formations...
Over a decade ago, John Ubaldo, aka “John Boy,” a successful Wall Street investment banker decided to call it quits. Distraught over the loss of his best friend in the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center, John traded in his high finance career for 185 acres of land on...
Stories of men and women who tell experiences and fragments of their lives, through social issues of great relevance that come together in one world, the Circus. One world, but also a "unique world", in which someone was born, someone else chose it, others happened by chance, or probably found...
Purple Dreams reveals an extraordinary ARTS in Education success story. This inspirational documentary shadows six at-risk black high school students on an emotionally powerful three-year journey of transformation in a racially biased City. With access to the Arts and academic mentors, our at-risk youth have the potential to break the...
Can eating lunch be a revolutionary act? Gary Null Productions’ groundbreaking new documentary Saving The Planet - One Bite At A Time, offers an in-depth look at the connection between our eating habits, physical well-being and the viability of our environment and planet. A rapidly growing number of Americans are...
  PLANT CODES, Unleasing Nature's Healing Power There is a health crisis of epidemic proportions effecting our entire country. This year in the United States, we have spend over 3.5 trillion dollars on Healthcare. Considering we are getting fatter, sicker and have a shorter life span than ever before, something...
Tells the story of the Michigan State Police recruit school (known as one of the toughest police academies to graduate from). In addition to the rigors of the academy, The Blue Goose also showcases the human side of our first responders as well as the near impossible job which they...
What are your dreams when you are 18 and what happens in the next 20 years? Children of the Silent Revolution follows the lives of a tight-knit group of classmates from Bulgaria, including the filmmaker herself, over a period of two decades, spanning the transition from communism to democracy in...