2019 Film List
A World Away (United States, 71 Min) SATURDAY 3:00 PM
The lucky winners of a school raffle embark on an overnight field trip to the Grand Canyon but when their plane takes an unexpected detour through a wormhole, six kids and their ex-military pilot find themselves no longer on planet earth but a world away. In order to get back, they’ll need to forge unlikely friendships, face their fears and trust a magic ‘source’ capable of guiding them on an adventurous journey home. But it won't be an easy journey home.. Featuring Rowan Blanchard alongside a star-studded cast.
For fans of Stranger Things, Holes, A Wrinkle in Time
Badge of a Quitter (United States, 10 Min) SATURDAY 11:00 AM
A web series about a high strung woman who enrolls in a Lil' Go Getters Troop to complete the badges she gave up on as a child.
For fans of Community and We are Savvy
Bidune Kaid (Undocumented) (Lebanon, 3 Min) SUNDAY 2:00 PM
Set in War torn Syria, Bidune Kaid follows three individuals Wafiq, Reem and Karim, who are confronted with life changing experiences. During a transformative journey where they confront their fears, rebel against social norms, question their values, they choose to build a different future.
For fans of Homeland
But Still, (United States, 11 Min) SATURDAY 11:00 AM
An 9-year-old girl seeks the mentorship of a grumpy newswoman who was just fired for punching a man on camera.
For fans of Little Miss Sunshine and Gilmore Girls
Charlie Bee Company (United States, 22 Min) THURSDAY 6:00 PM and SUNDAY 2:00 PM
A fun, new character driven series that buzzes like a swarm of honey bees. Charlie Bee Company is a show about a wild bunch of crazy Texas beekeepers who rescue 'killer' Africanized honeybees from desperate and dangerous situations, enlightening the public with each new sting they receive.
For fans of Animal Planet and HGTV
Charlottesville: Our Streets (United States, 91 Min) THURSDAY 8:00 PM
A collection of Alt-Right groups descend on a small college town to protest removal of a Confederate monument, where they clash with local citizens. Events turn violent. Eyewitness accounts and first-hand footage from dozens of cameras unfold is this spellbinding documentary.
For fans of Bowling for Columbine and Vice Video
Dandelions (United States, 13 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
There's no way to ever prepare for the unspeakable, but when tragedy strikes our lives, do we ever truly move on?. A teacher comes face-to-face with the surreal, the unexpected, as he struggles to move forward with the guilt in the wake of a deadly school shooting.
For fans of THE OA, The Kindergarten Teacher
Dialogue Earth (Germany, 75 Min) FRIDAY 4:30 PM
Featuring incredible photography of spellbinding landscapes, extensive archival footage and a soundtrack by the Oscar nominated artist Hauschka, Hank Levine's latest documentary Dialogue Earth accompanies the internationally acclaimed earth painter Ulrike Arnold on her expedition into the wilderness of southern Utah. Featuring Dennis Hopper.
For fans of An Inconvenient Truth and Never Sorry
Desert (United States, 9 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
A married couple is on their way back home after receiving bad news from a Fertility Doctor, when their car breaks down in the middle of the Desert and they're forced to have a difficult conversation.
For fans of the movie Private Life
Get Back (Australia, 3 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
Wanting to make his way back into his forgotten passion of playing water polo, Bryan must combat himself to achieve his goal of getting back in the game.
For fans of Karate Kid and High Flying Bird
GOOD TROUBLE (what if the suit chokes?)' (United Kingdom, 10 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
This experimental short embodies the anger of young adults trying to find their voice in society.
Homecoming (United States, 6 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
When a college sophomore returns home to share some important news with his parents, things don’t go exactly as he had expected… until they do.
For fans of Portlandia and SNL
Lilly Gets A Pet (Canada, 5 Min) SATURDAY 11:00 AM
Lilly, a giant orange monster, undertakes an epic adventure in search of a true friend, in this fun animated short.
For fans of PBS Kids and Little Baby Bum.
Myrtle & Willoughby (United States, 10 Min) SATURDAY 2:00 PM
"Myrtle & Willoughby" is a comedy mini-series about two Bushwick cops working in Brooklyn's 'Millennial Crimes Unit'. When a twenty-something is found dead in a Bushwick gallery, Detectives Myrtle and Willoughby risk their jobs, their lives and even their brunch plans to pursue the truth.
For fans of Reno 911 and Brooklyn 99
On Ice (United States, 8 Min) SATURDAY 11:00 AM
Blake, a young boy from a low-income household, attempts to take financial matters into his own hands in order to be able to afford new skates and play hockey with his friends.
For fans of Dolphin Tale, The Pursuit of Happyness
Remedy (United States, 4 Min) SUNDAY 2:00 PM
Former combat photographer Steve Otero has fought many battles in service to his nation. Some were fought on the frontlines of Afghanistan and Irag, and some were fought in the hospital beds of Walter Reed. Now, he takes on a new fight: convincing the VA through his research in neuroscience that time in the outdoors can be prescribed to veterans as a more effective form of healing than prescription medication.
For fans of Homecoming
The Automaton (United States, 20 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
In 1897, a young widow returns to the family farm where she discovers her late husband's attempt at building a primitive sentient machine and develops a curious bond with it.
For fans of The Dressmaker, The Favourite
The Lungs of the City (Chicago, 12 Min) FRIDAY 4:30 PM
Discover the dramatic story of Chicago's lakefront in this documentary film. With interviews from the experts, examine important questions surrounding its continual controversy, fascinating history, numerous caretakers and hopeful future.
For fans of Discovery Channel and National Geo
Theo's Trade (United States, 10 Min) SUNDAY 1:00 PM
A timely drama about a disheartened reporter who escapes his city's racial-fueled conflicts by performing historical re-enactments at a small-town museum.
For fans of 7 Seconds, Law & Order