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In this intimately mesmerizing portrait of groundbreaking choreographer Mathilde Monnier, Denis captures her subject through a series of discussions on dance theories, intercut with footage of Monnier rehearsing with her ensemble and dancing alone. Features songs by P.J. Harvey.
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Over the past two decades the small, rural Ethiopian town of Bekoji has been the unlikely home to numerous Olympic champion long-distance runners, whose athletic success has paved the way for a generation of young Ethiopians searching for a better future. With a keen artistic eye, TFF award winner Jerry Rothwell (Donor Unknown) follows two teenage track hopefuls who face the challenge of growing up and striving for greatness in a developing nation. | Read MoreSports and Documentary
In Sean Gullette’s feature debut, Malika is the lead
singer of an all-female punk band and sees music
as a means to escape a dull and conservative life
in Tangier. When a producer expresses interest in
her, she jumps at the chance, but first she’ll need
to find the money for recording. A drug run into
the Rif Mountains may be her only option. Fiery
and energetic, Traitors is a spirited and rebellious
journey of a young woman breaking from the
traditional life set before her. | Read MoreDrama and First Time Filmmaker
In this emotional comedy, a pre-operative transsexual woman (Felicity Huffman) and an adolescent male hustler take a road trip from New York City to Los Angeles after the woman bails him out of jail. The two embark on an unexpected journey, but she fails to divulge her secret…that she is his biological father. | Read More
Some hail him as a modern-day Nostradamus, others dismiss him as a crackpot. Futurist and famed inventor Ray Kurzweil is the preeminent theorist on the pending fusion of humans and super-intelligent machines as the next phase of evolution, a "singularity" he predicts will occur within 30 years. This fascinating (and at times terrifying) doc explores the personal ideals behind his controversial ideas. | Read MoreDocumentary
Following a deadly pandemic that has decimated the world's population, a father drives his nine-year-old daughter from the west coast of Australia to the safe zone in Transmission.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Fallout program. | Read MoreDrama
Experimental filmmakers Dustin Thompson and Kathryn Ramey (Yanqui Walker and the Optical Revolution, screening with The Travelogues) explore, in richly textured and multilayered fashion, journeys of adventure and conquest. The Travelogues views the natural and manmade landscape through the lens of the filmmaker's imagination, and Yanqui Walker portrays real-life American William Walker's ascent to the presidency of Nicaragua in 1856, raising compelling questions about perception and the construction of history. | Read More
When Leonard convinces his best friend Nelson to bankroll his stint at a glitzy L.A. rehab clinic so he can pitch a movie idea to mega-star Gregg D, his blind ambition begins to consume him. The producing team behind Humpday returns with this witty, ridiculous, and sincere tale of co-dependent friendship on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Indie darlings Joshua Leonard, Sean Nelson, and Ross Partridge star. | Read MoreComedy