Run Time: 70 minutes
Directed by Jeremy Asher Lynch
Synopsis: Jake, a gender non-conforming seven year-old, invites us into his world to explore the transforming power of love and support on our children.
Directed by Chris Parson
Synopsis: Lolita, a fashion movement from Harajuku, Tokyo, has a thriving group of followers in Los Angeles. We follow four Lolitas and investigate their motivations for taking on the extreme style; from self-expression, to the questioning of identity and body image.
Directed by Mary Anne Rothberg and Sean McGing
Synopsis: A group of young skateboarders find direction in their lives when they move to New York and start a pickle business.
Dockery & Son
Directed by Jack Truman
Synopsis: Dockery & Son is a documentary following a Mother and Son's junk store and revealing an eye-opening slice of life at their real-life thrift store in the ghost town of Milford, Missouri: population 26.
Directed by Emily Lobsenz
Synopsis: A portrait of the acclaimed food writer and fermentation guru Sandor Katz whose renegade revival of ancient culinary rituals has transformed his relationship with life and death.
Directed by Eric Latek
Synopsis: Anna is an intimate portrait through the eyes of Anna who is a wife, mother, grandmother and Native American activist who endures the final stage of Alzheimer's. This film is only through her eyes.
Friday, March 27th at 1:20 pm
Harkins Scottsdale 101
7000 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85054
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|