10th Annual LDUB Film Festival Sunday Nov 7 4 PM
WORDS CAN LEAD TO DISASTER dir. Yonlay Cabrera JAPAN
Yonlay Cabrera (CU, 1988) is a Media Artist and Motion Designer. Currently, he is studying for a Master in Media Art at the Graduate School of Information Design at Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Art History from the Arts and Letter Faculty of the University of Havana, Havana, Cuba. From 2018 on, he works in collaboration with the Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences in projects that involve visual semiotics, affective computing, and structural optimization
What COVID-19 Exposed in Long-Term Care dir. Christian Lockerman
As the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged long-term care and skilled nursing facilities, blame was thrown quickly at the facilities and their operators. But where does the responsibility actually lie for the failure to protect tens of thousands of frail seniors? This 20-minute documentary explores the causes behind the COVID-19 crisis in long-term care facilities across the United States.
SAVE THE HEARTS dir. Josh Izenberg & Brett Marty
Two rural families in India, each with children suffering from Congenital Heart Disease, set off on a long journey toward a hospital that promises free treatment.
OUTER CITY KID dir. Maxime Jean-Louis
In the summer after high school, a young man and his friends navigate the tricky dynamics of brotherhood while growing older.
HAENYEO dir. Ralph Vituccio
This short documentary follows the Haenyeo, an ancient culture of women free-divers from an island off the coast of South Korea, as they dive for valuable shellfish. 80% of the dwindling Haenyeo culture today are over the age of 60. Within 15-20 years the Haenyeo will have disappeared.
Fascinating documentary about a group of Korean women designated by UNESCO as an intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Ralph Vituccio is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon as well as teaching in the IDeATe and the English Depart at CMU. Ralph is also an Independent filmmaker with his film company, Ralph Vituccio Productions.
His film, Ship Breakers, (2014), takes place on the beaches of Alang, India where over 300 supertankers and cruise ships are run aground and torn apart by hand by thousands of impoverished workers. The film looks at the devastating impact ship recycling has on the environmental and the health of the workers. Shipbreakers, (http://www.shipbreakersthefilm.com) won The Best Feature Documentary Award at the Global International Film Festival in San Francisco. It was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Madrid and Lucerne International Film Festivals and won the Best Editing Award at the Global Film Festival of Boston
Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre (View)
713 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
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