April 10-14, 2019 | Denton, Texas, USA

Posts Tagged ‘Short Film Program 4’

Ethan

2019 | USA | 39 MIN  | World Premiere Short Film Program 4: Play On Friday, April 12 / 6:30 PM / Alamo Drafthouse 1 Filmed over twelve years, Ethan is a funny, poignant coming of age story of a young man with autism. As his family grapples with raising a son to adulthood, Ethan…

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New Mexico Rain: The Story of Bill and Bonnie Hearne

2018 | USA | 26 MIN | Texas Premiere Short Film Program 4: Play On Friday, April 12 / 6:30 PM / Alamo Drafthouse 1 New Mexico Rain is a story of the love, tenacity, and talent of Bill and Bonnie Hearne. Bill was legally blind from birth and Bonnie was totally blind, yet they…

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Sound and Sole

2018 | USA | 7 MIN | Texas Premiere Short Film Program 4: Play On Friday, April 12 / 6:30 PM / Alamo Drafthouse 1 Arthur Grimes was born and raised in the Appalachian mountains. He is the only professionally working, African-American buck dancer in Boone, North Carolina. In this short documentary, Arthur recounts his…

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The Other Side

2019 | USA | 10 MIN | World Premiere Short Film Program 4: Play On Friday, April 12 / 6:30 PM / Alamo Drafthouse 1 Denton journalist Mike Miller channels life from the arts and music scene through the medium of local television. Since 2012, The Other Side has peered behind the curtain of culture,…

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Syrian Refugee teens meet with Maplewood, New Jersey teens in a summer program known as Village to Village.

Village to Village

2017 | USA | 9 MIN | Texas Premiere Short Film Program #4 Saturday, April 21 / 12PM / Campus Theatre Syrian Refugee teens meet with Maplewood, New Jersey teens in a summer program known as Village to Village. Director/Producer: Max Goldstein (in attendance)

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Pak Anggir, a traditionalist Balinese farmer, steadfastly preserves his practices, while striving to pass on these ancient traditions to a new generation of Balinese children amidst changing mindsets, in this short portrait documentary.

Pak Anggir

2017 | Singapore | 10 MIN Short Film Program #4 Saturday, April 21 / 12PM / Campus Theatre Pak Anggir, a traditionalist Balinese farmer, steadfastly preserves his practices, while striving to pass on these ancient traditions to a new generation of Balinese children amidst changing mindsets, in this short portrait documentary. Director/Writer: Ashleigh Goh Hua…

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Meet Dempsey Foxson — a spunky, 10-year-old competitive gymnast who refuses to let her Type 1 Diabetes affect her dreams.

Dempsey, The Diabetic Superhero

2017 | USA | 13 MIN | Texas Premiere Short Film Program #4 Saturday, April 21 / 12PM / Campus Theatre Meet Dempsey Foxson — a spunky, 10-year-old competitive gymnast who refuses to let her Type 1 Diabetes affect her dreams. Director: Kendall Goldberg Producers: Kendall Goldberg, Caroline Roffe Writers: Caroline Roffe, Rocky Pajarito, Greyson…

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This documentary short tells the story of the charity Carney’s Community from South London who rehabilitate ex-offenders and disaffected youths through boxing and mentoring, helping young people be the best they can be..

Born A Believer

2017 | United Kingdom | 12 MIN | Texas Premiere Short Film Program #4 Saturday, April 21 / 12PM / Campus Theatre This documentary short tells the story of the charity Carney’s Community from South London who rehabilitate ex-offenders and disaffected youths through boxing and mentoring, helping young people be the best they can be.…

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Mean Green Sprinter Artesha Richardson describes the difficulty of being away from her family in her native country of Anguilla during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and how her Coach and Team showed their support..

Artesha Richardson: Running Away from Home

2017 | USA | 7 MIN | World Premiere Shorts Program 4 Saturday, April 21 / 12PM / Campus Theatre Mean Green Sprinter Artesha Richardson describes the difficulty of being away from her family in her native country of Anguilla during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and how her Coach and Team showed their support.…

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Drugs, gangs, prostitution, and crime. These are the realities that have plagued the 76105 neighborhood of Fort Worth for decades.

76105: Dr. King Won’t Rise

2017 | USA | 24 MIN | World Premiere Short Film Program #4 Saturday, April 21 / 12PM / Campus Theatre Drugs, gangs, prostitution, and crime. These are the realities that have plagued the Stop 6 neighborhood of Fort Worth for decades. However, for Dante, Quinton, and Franklin, Stop 6 was home. They learned that…

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