A thrilling documentary about Carl Boenish, an aerial cinematographer and pioneer of the extreme sport of BASE jumping, Sunshine Superman catapults us head-first into his turbulent life through breathtaking archival video and interviews. Director Marah Strauch scheduled to attend.
Packed with action and romance, Bonifacio is a stirringly dramatic telling of the story of Filipino nationalist Andres Bonifacio, who led a revolution against Spanish colonial rule in the late 1800s. Director Enzo Williams scheduled to attend.
Residents of Mauritius fight to maintain their culture despite a pervasive tourism economy and increased globalization. Gorgeous cinematography and non-actor authenticity ground David Constantin’s first feature. North American Premiere. Director David Constantin scheduled to attend.
In this tense three-hander of a potboiler shot in Eastern Washington, the husband in a farmhouse-dwelling couple takes a stranger hostage and interrogates him, unwinding a complicated web of mysteries in the process. World Premiere. Director Cornelia Duryee Moore, actors Kevin Alejandro and Mariana Klaveno, and producer Larry Estes scheduled to attend.
The town of Uncertain lies on the Texas and Louisiana border, and is a quiet escape for many people looking to start a new life. In Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands beautifully filmed documentary, the lives of several Uncertain citizens are examined, painting a powerful portrait that is sure to put this town on the map. Directors Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands scheduled to attend.
Pete Carroll, head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, appears in and is one of the executive producers of this uplifting and inspirational account of former rival gang members of Los Angeles on a shared mission to stop the cycle of violence in their communities that roped them in so long ago. Pete Carroll and director James Lipetzky scheduled to attend.