2017 Documentary Animated Music Short Film Mixtape|
Q&A with filmmakers to follow!
A Town Divided (World Premiere)
Directed by Lucas Waldron
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
Residents of tiny Patagonia, AZ are bitterly divided over a new mining project. Half of the town supports the mining company, believing the project will bring jobs and spur economic growth. The other half say the mine will have a devastating impact on the environment and the town. Tensions rise as the mining company starts to expand its exploratory drilling program.
Energy (Southwest Premiere)
Directed by Martin Gerigk
An audio-visual essay that presents various aspects of energy to make the poetry of the physical world visible.
Marieke (Southwest Premiere)
Directed by Thomas C. Johnson
Marieke explores the life and craft of Marieke Penterman, acclaimed Dutch Gouda cheesemaker from Thorp, Wisconsin.
Tav Falco: Make Me Know You're Mine (Arizona Premiere)
Directed by JP Olsen & Kristen Nutile
Lo-Fi Voodoo Productions
Tav Falco is a self-propelled man of constant motion. The free-spirited, Arkansas-born entertainer has been touring the world as a self-proclaimed "art-action provocateur" for over three decades. In "Tav Falco: Make Me Know Your Mine," filmmakers JP Olsen and Kristen Nutile follow the mercurial Falco as he begins his 2015 North American tour, supported by punk rock icon Mike Watt on bass.
Coyote Story (Arizona Premiere)
Directed by Daniel Seman
This is a Chippewa story about how Coyote tricks Ducks. Narrated in Ojibwe-Odawa Legend with the intent of bringing Native American stories to wider audiences and also preserving language and culture.
Sand (Southwest Premiere)
Produced & Directed by Arjan Brentjes
Get up early, take your vitamins, drink lots of water, exercise and wipe the sand off your face.
The Pirate Cruncher (World Premiere)
Directed by Paul Conner
Digital Animation Center University of Colorado Denver
An old fiddler tells a crew of pirates about an island with hidden treasure guarded by the terrible Pirate-Cruncher. Will their greed overcome their fear?
To Be Free (Southwest Premiere)
Directed by Adepero Oduye
The Light / Harbor Picture Company
In a tiny after-hours club, Nina Simone finds a way, for one moment, to be free.
Century El Con 20 (View)
3601 E. Broadway Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85716
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