X
Read our response to COVID-19 and sign up for updates | View our current Customer Support status
  View site in English, Español, or Français
The fair-trade ticketing company.
Sign Me Up!  |  Log In
 
Find An Event Create Your Event Help
 
SDFF16-12: Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival Saturday Shorts 1: Long & Short
The Rialto Cinemas #3
Sebastopol, CA
Share this event:

Rust
Canada, 2015, 10 minutes
Director: Ben Proudfoot
When Gordon Kennedys wife Carol passed away, he sought solace in his work as an iron artist. While many metalworkers go to great lengths to prevent rust from occurring on their designs, Kennedy uses rust to his advantage. He creates abstract metal sculptures that embrace the irons natural evolution, using the thrill of creative self-expression to find a new perspective on life and overcome tragedy. Part of Breakwater Studios Life's Work web series.

The Long Walk Back
USA, 2012, 14 minutes
Director: Jonas Klittmark
Hundreds of Americans die every year on the railroad tracks; some by accident, others by choice. This documentary explores these tragic events through the lens of the train crews, who unwillingly become spectators, perpetrators and ultimately victims themselves.

The Hollerin Contest at Spiveys Corner
USA, 2015, 17 minutes
Director: Brian Gersten
The Hollerin Contest at Spiveys Corner features the history, characters, and sounds of the National Hollerin Contest. Hollerin is considered by some to be the earliest form of communication between humans, and the competition has been held annually in the small town of Spiveys Corner, North Carolina since 1969. The film follows the stories of three former champions as they attempt to reclaim their titles, and keep the oft-forgotten tradition of hollerin alive.

Long Story Short
USA, 2015, 45 minutes
Director: Natalie Bookchin
Long Story Short interweaves over a hundred video interviews made with laptops and webcams at food banks, homeless shelters, adult literacy programs, and job training centers. Participants discuss why they are poor, how it feels, how they cope, and what they think should be done. Masterfully edited by director Natalie Bookchin, narrations unfold across the screen in choruses of overlapping phrases, ideas, and experiences, revealing individual perspectives as well as the power of the collective voice.
Get Tickets
There are no active dates for this event.
Powered by  
 
Online sales for this event have ended. Prior to March 10, you may contact the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival box office at 707-829-4797 x303, or stop by the Festival Box Office at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts (282 S. High St.) to purchase. Event is subject to sellout.

Location

The Rialto Cinemas #3 (View)
6868 McKinley St.
Sebastopol, CA 95472
United States

Categories

Film > Festivals
Film > Movies
Other > Festivals

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact


Contact us
Email
support@brownpapertickets.com
Phone
1-800-838-3006 US, Canada, Puerto Rico
Resources
Careers
Developers
Help
U.S. COVID-19 Event Restrictions
Ticket Buyers
Track Your Order
Browse Events
Locations
Event Producers
Create an Event
Pricing
Services
Buy Pre-Printed Tickets
The Venue List
Find out about local events
Get daily or weekly email notifications of new and discounted events in your neighborhood.
Sign up for local events
Connect with us
Follow us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Instagram
Watch us on YouTube
Read our blog
Get to know us
Use of this service is subject to the Terms of Usage, Privacy Policy, and Cookie Policy of Brown Paper Tickets. All rights reserved. © 2000-2021 Mobile EN ES FR