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SDFF16-27: Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival Saturday Shorts: Of Earth & Water
The Rialto Cinemas #3
Sebastopol, CA
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Stone
Canada, 2015, 10 minutes
Director: Ben Proudfoot
In an industry dominated by men, Heather Lawson defied expectations and stereotypes to become the first, and only, female production stone mason in Canada. With robust individuality, Lawson lives life on her own terms, creating one of a kind stone sculptures and exemplifying the freedom associated with being true to yourself.

Mother Earth
Canada, 2015, 10 minutes
Director: Ben Proudfoot
Nova Scotia ceramicist Louise Pentz was not satisfied with her success as a production potter. In Mother Earth, one of Breakwater Studios Life's Work master craftsman profiles, she outlines the impetus for her change of style and the direction it sent her. Shot in and around her studio, this film helps us understand what drives and inspires artists.

Beneath Paradise
Puerto Rico, 2015, 12 minutes
Director: Darlien Morales
The island of Culebra, located off the coast of Puerto Rico, has one of the richest ecosystems in the Caribbean. Just beneath the waves, however, sit countless amounts of unexploded World War II-era munitions, prompting activists, fishermen, and former military to come together in an attempt to restore the coral reefs.
In English and Spanish with English subtitles

Two Rivers
USA, 2015, 47 minutes
Directors: Doug Hawes-Davis, Dru Carr, Ken Furrow
The Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers flow west from the wild country at the headwaters of the Continental Divide. These same waters are some of the most polluted in America. This paradox manifests itself at the rivers confluence in western Montana, where decades of extractive industry deposited tons of toxic sediment at Milltown Dam. For better or worse, the American West is changing so the dam is slated for removal and a historic timber mill is closed down and dismantled. This is the New West, a place where Two Rivers reveals that change is the rule.
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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!

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Owner: Sebastopol Center for the Arts
On BPT Since: Jan 28, 2009
 
Randy Hall
707-829-4797 x304
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