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Film Lineup 2015

Trashed

[embed]https://youtu.be/7UM73CEvwMY[/embed] Winner of Earth Grand Prix-Special Award at 2012 Tokyo International Film Festival Trashed (directed by Candida Brady) is a provocative investigation of one of the fastest growing industries in North Ameri...

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Threads

Winner of the Audience Choice Best Documentary Award at 2014 Gig Harbor Film Festival Threads (directed by Cathy Stevulak) paints the portrait of a woman, her community, her country. It tells the story of Surayia Rahman, a self-trained, passionate Bang...

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The Tree That Would Not Be Broken

The Tree That Would Not Be Broken (directed by Scott Elliott) is an extremely touching segment of The Trees, an hour-long documentary about the creation of New York City’s National September 11th Memorial Park. A lone tree that survived the horrific blast...

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The Great Alone

[embed]https://youtu.be/sUWZZC8RWYI[/embed] Winner of the Grand Jury Award at the 2015 Seattle International Film Festival The Great Alone (directed by Greg Kohs) captures the inspiring story of Lance Mackey, one of the very best sled dog racers of ...

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The Man Who Fed His Shadow

The Man Who Fed His Shadow (directed by Mario Garefo - 2014) tells the rather strange story of a man who intrudes into rich people’s dinners, claiming that he can collect the food from their table and feed his shadow, which, curiously enough, is a female ...

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The Rainforest Waters of Cascadia

The Rainforest Waters of Cascadia (directed by David Saiget) shows the plight of our planet’s temperate rainforests, where fresh water exists in its most pure and free-flowing state, and where it is most efficiently captured, retained, and recycled. Today...

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No Place on Earth

[embed]https://youtu.be/q0vuJRFn1q4[/embed] Winner of the Audience Award at the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival No Place on Earth (directed by Janet Tobias) tells the harrowing story of 38 Ukrainian Jews from five families -- ranging in ag...

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Night Ship – a weep and the spell

Night Ship – a weep and the spell (directed by Mox Mäkelä) is an art project by a multidisciplinary artist and avant-garde filmmaker based in Finland. Currently on display in an outdoor area in one of Finland’s cities, it is part of a larger project entit...

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More Than Honey

[embed]https://youtu.be/Wh_IRrBeu-0[/embed] Winner of the 2013 Austrian Film Award for Best Sound Editing; winner of Best Documentary at 2013 Bavarian Film Awards and German Film Awards More Than Honey (directed by Markus Imhoof) provides an in-dept...

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My Ocean

My Ocean (directed by Laszlo Pal) explores our oceans, the life below as well as that nearby. An entertaining film that educates kids about the deeper lessons nature teaches us, it was made as the pilot episode of a 13-part television series for children ...

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