TFF 2018 - Friday Night Documentaries
Fire and Light (dir. Dana Johnson, US, documentary, 10.5 minutes)
Four siblings with autism find an unusual path to healing: fire dancing.
No-Space (dir. Julio Mas Alcaraz, Spain, documentary, 11.5 minutes)
One night spent with Enrique, a man who chooses to sleep every night in Terminal 4 of Madrid Airport.
@ Beautiful Mountains (dir. Teng Chen, China, documentary, 40 minutes)
In the 500-year-old village of Meishan, over half the population has left for the cities. The film follows a 26-year-old entrepreneur who aspires to bring the internet age to his rural hometown, and a 90-year-old master of traditional dance who tries to pass on his centuries-old expertise to the next generation.
Every Ghost Has an Orchestra (dir. Shayna Connelly, US, documentary, 7 minutes)
The universal question of what happens after we die is explored by paranormal researcher and experimental composter Michael Esposito. Warning: contains high-pitched sounds and feedback noise.
Waking a Monster (dir. Mirjam Clement, US, documentary, 20 minutes)
Told in his own words, and through puppetry, animation and mixed media, Academy Award-winning special effects and makeup artist Howard Berger reflects on his lifelong fascination of classic movie monsters.
The Trenton Film Festival is an exploration of all things cinematic awaits at this years festival featuring 53 films from 16 countries, including documentaries, narrative films, spoken word, animation and music videos by filmmakers from as close as Trenton, Bradley Beach, and other parts of NJ to as far away as Kosovo, Spain, and Iran. A great opportunity to connect with fellow film lovers and filmmakers!
Mill Hill Playhouse (View)
205 East Front Street
Trenton, NJ 08608
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