Dustin Kaspar's SIFF 2017 Picks

Cinematography by Sebastien Scandiuzzi | Editing by Derek Edamura

"The films that you want to present in the festival are the films you don't forget," says programmer Dustin Kaspar. For Dustin, film should evoke significant emotional depth, and he wants to pick films that audiences will have this connection with. His first pick is Borders, a Burkinabe travelogue that illuminates issues that women face in Africa. His second pick is the short film program, Indigenous Without Borders, which focuses on indigenous filmmakers from the United States, Canada and New Zealand. His final pick is Dawson City Frozen Time, a documentary about the discovery of old 1910s and 1920s films from the Yukon.

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