Documentary Shorts

Monday, November 11 at 4:30pm / Loft Film Fest

General Admission $10 • Loft Members: $8
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The Loft Film Fest’s first collection of documentary shorts includes a wide range of experiences and techniques, all of them engaging and unique.

THE LADY IN NUMBER 6
109 year old Alice Herz Sommer, the world's oldest pianist and Holocaust survivor, shares her story on how to achieve a long and happy life. One of only 8 documentary short films shortlisted for this year's Academy Awards! (Dir. by Malcolm Clarke, 2013, Canada / USA / UK, 39 mins.)

THE HEALING POWER OF ART
Children faced with life-altering challenges share their art and reveal how Children's Healing Art Project (CHAP) has improved their lives. (Dir. by Mariah Dunn, 2013, USA, 20 mins.)

I’LL BE FINE
A documentary about a family, their home, and the trials of living with a nineteen-year-old son who has autism. (Dir. by Micha Hilliard, 2013, USA, 15 mins.)

JONATHAN
Jonathan wakes up every day at 3:15am to work at a in Ecuador with his mother and sister. When his day ends well past 7:00pm, what would overwhelm most of us simply fuels Jonathan for another day. (Dir. by Abe Zverow, 2013, Ecuador / USA, 15 mins.)

A STORY FOR THE MODLINS
The tale of Elmer Modlin, who, after appearing in Rosemary’s Baby, fled with his family to a far-off country and shut himself away in a dark apartment for 30 years. (Dir. by Sergio Oksman, 2013, Spain, 26 mins.)

THE ROPER
A black man with hip-hop and zydeco roots hard-grafts through the local, all-white rodeo circuits in the Deep South as he dreams of competing in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. (Dir. by Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands, 2012, USA, 6 mins.)

 

 
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