"This is one of the few festivals that actually likes filmmakers, unlike most that just screen your film and kick you out right after. I highly recommend this festival...had a lot of fun last year, great venue and organizers with a great host."
A boy and a girl who had an affair in school reunite after more than a decade. They seek to rekindle the magic but strange twists of fate await them. (NOTE: This movie is ONE continuous shot!)
Dir. Hemwant Tiwari 94 min.
The very existence of Antarctica is now threatened by human activity. This stop motion film revolves around the destruction produced by human pollution in the marine environment.
Dir. Margie Kelk 8 min.
Moving on West
In February 2019 Chef Thomas Curran embarked on a 3,300 mile walk from Holden Beach, North Carolina to Newport Beach, California for a moment of self-rediscovery and, more importantly, to raise money for pediatric cancer, donating all funds to the PCRF.
A psychological thriller following Jane, a survivor of a mass shooting, as she prepares to celebrate another birthday.
Dir. Javier Augusto Nunez 15:00 min.
A famous violinist spends her days dressing up as a busker (street musician) and believes that sharing her music can transform lives.
Dir. Mark Schimmel 10 min.
The Happy Side
When her boss gives her an ultimatum to come in to work, a burned-out retail employee must decide whether or not to give up her "epic" day off.
Dir. Michelle Dos Santos 20 min.
The 44 Scarves of Liza Minnelli
A filmmaker purchased 44 of Liza Minnelli’s used scarves at auction and sent them to 43 friends, asking them to make images which suggested “Minnelli metaphor.” This project is the result.
Dir. Russell Brown 11 min.
Tasked with locating a French Underground transmitter, an elite German SS unit commits atrocities against their Partisan prisoners. Shamed by his involvement, one officer is compelled to leave camp and seek out the transmitter on his own hoping that, by finding the radio, he can prevent further crimes.