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FILM LIBRARY

2019, feature films by title (23)

ABOUT A DONKEY
Dir: Christina Raia, United States, 77 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
About a Donkey follows the Owens family: Ann & Tim, their 3 adult children, Cecilia, Burgh, and Annie (and her husband Paul), and matriarch Farrah.... more »
full details quick view trailer winner: LOIS WEBER PIONEER AWARD
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ALASKA IS A DRAG
Dir: Shaz Bennett, United States, 88 min, 2017, Feature Narrative
This is a fish out of water story -- literally. Everyone who slices fish all day daydreams - his are just glamtastic. He's had to learn to fight to... more »
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ARE YOU GLAD I'M HERE
Dir: Noor Gharzeddine, Lebanon, 85 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
A millennial American girl befriends a Lebanese housewife and disrupts her ordered life; one night they become accidental partners-in-crime. ... more »
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BAD BAD WINTER (Tak Sebe Zima)
Dir: Olga Korotko, Kazakhstan, 84 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
After the passing of her grandmother, a businessman's daughter goes back to her birthplace. After a little while, she receives the visit of her form... more »
full details quick view trailer winner: BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE & BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY FEATURE
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CAMP WEDDING
Dir: Greg Emetaz, United States, 90 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
Mia's wedding party is not too keen on transforming a dilapidated summer camp into the wedding venue of her dreams--when people begin disappearing i... more »
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GINGER
Dir: James C Boratyn, Melissa Boratyn, United States, 97 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
Like it is for many millennials, the future seems uncertain to recent college graduate Ginger Mathis. Her English Lit degree hasn't exactly scored h... more »
full details quick view trailer winner: HUMANITARIAN AWARD
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HAWAII
Dir: Jesús del Cerro, Romania, 116 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
Andrei and his father Vasile live in the communist Romania. Unexpectedly, they receive news from Petrus, Vasile ´s brother who was assumed dead afte... more »
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IN THE SOUP
Dir: Alexandre Rockwell, United States, 93 min, 1992, Feature Narrative
A neurotic nebbish lives in 2 worlds: the fantasy of winning his dream-girl via a hit movie, and the meager existence he scrapes out from very odd j... more »
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LIVESCREAM
Dir: Michelle Iannantuono, United States, 66 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
A popular video game streamer accidentally starts playing a haunted game, with deadly consequences for himself and his fans. Winner of "Best Direc... more »
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MIA
Dir: Galia Barkol, United States, 70 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
Since losing her ability to dance due to an injury, Mia has escaped life in Tel-Aviv for a temporary life in Brooklyn. She lives in a dorm room, whe... more »
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NOTHING FROM SOMETHING
Dir: Chris Perillo, United States, 66 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
In the midst of a messy divorce and a nervous breakdown after catching his best friend sleeping with his wife, Luke is out of options. He is forced... more »
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PALACE
Dir: Andrew Paul Davis, United States, 94 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
The family-fractured lives of a stubborn auto-mechanic, a retired widower, and a repressed college student intertwine at a bar in rural Indiana. ... more »
full details quick view trailer winner: MALE ACTOR FEATURE
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PAMELA
Dir: Kate Mclane, United States, 85 min, 2019, Feature Narrative
When Matt and Vanessa accidentally unearth quite a family scandal, they attempt to confront their dramatic Mother. Over dinner, these adult children... more »
full details quick view trailer winner: SPECIAL JURY AWARD BEST FIRST FEATURE
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POOR GREG DROWNING
Dir: Jeffrey Scott Collins, United States, 78 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
POOR GREG DROWNING is a grounded R-rated comedy with genuine heart and romance. Greg is a love addict whose girlfriend left him for their couples... more »
full details quick view winner: BEST COMEDY FEATURE
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POP-POP IS DEAD
Dir: Catherine Dee Holly, Fray Forde, United States, 60 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
The southern comedy tells the story of millennial couple Layla Bailey (Holly) and Desi West (Forde) as they return to Layla's hometown of Gaffney, S... more »
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RAG DOLL
Dir: Bailey Kobe, United States, 103 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
Nora is that girl: the one who works overtime, helps out her family by all means, and leaves little for herself. She can't even fathom a love intere... more »
full details quick view winner: FOUNDER’S CHOICE, ENSEMBLE NARRATIVE FEATURE, BEST DIRECTOR NARRATIVE FEATURE, & BEST SCREENPLAY NARRATIVE FEATURE
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RICH KIDS
Dir: Laura Somers, United States, 97 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
A group of troubled teens from a low-income community break into "Los Ricos", the local mansion with a border fence, and spend the day pretending to... more »
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SANITAS PACIFICA
Dir: John Ashe Say, United States, 62 min, 2017, Feature Narrative
A man in his golden years heads to a secluded mountain house seeking an enlightening experience. ... more »
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SCHOOL SERVICE
Dir: Louie Ignacio, Philippines, 90 min, 2018, Feature Narrative
School service follows the story of Maya, a young girl taken against her will from the province and placed as a beggar in Manila by a small-time syn... more »
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STARING AT THE SUN
Dir: Harry Greenberger, United States, 114 min, 2016, Feature Narrative
Two Hasidic teenage girls run away from their strict community and travel across America in the hope of finding real freedom. ... more »
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THE GIFT OF LOVE
Dir: Gyu-min Gim, Korea, 88 min, 2017, Feature Narrative
This film is a dramatization of a real life event that happened in North Hwanghae Province, North Korea. Lee Sojung is a woman who has done her be... more »
full details quick view winner: FEMALE ACTOR FEATURE
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THE INCOHERENTS
Dir: Jared Barel, United States, 105 min, 2019, Feature Narrative
Four forty somethings in various stages of middle aged stagnation reform their 90's indie rock band. As they brush the dust off and struggle to find... more »
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THOUSAND PIECES OF GOLD (New 4K Restoration!)
Dir: Nancy Kelly , United States, 105 min, 1991, Feature Narrative
Set in the late Gold Rush in the 1880s, Thousand Pieces of Gold was developed by the Sundance Institute and premiered at the San Francisco Internati... more »
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