Crucial and vibrant.
Documentary, 90 minutes
Wednesday, April 6, 2016, 7:00PM — 7 Stages Theatre
Bacon & God's Wrath | directed by Sol Friedman, Canada, 8:55
A 90-year-old Jewish woman reflects on her life’s experiences as she prepares to try bacon for the first time.
Irregulars | directed by Fabio Palmieri, Italy, 8:55
Each year 40,000 people from Africa, Asia and Middle East, try to enter Europe. They flee from war, persecution and poverty. Since the ways by land have been interrupted, they board overloaded vessels and face a dangerous and often deadly voyage across the Mediterranean.
Homecoming Queen | directed by Robert Machoian, USA, 3:52
A found footage documentary about a homecoming queen.
Director Robert Machoian and Producer Rebecca Graham scheduled to attend.
SUPER UNIT | directed by Teresa Czepiec, Poland, 19:00
A peek inside a few doors in a Polish ‘housing machine’ comprised of 15 floors and 762 stories where emotions throb, expectations build and desires come true… or not.
Director Teresa Czepiec scheduled to attend.
Home at Dawn | directed by William Silva Reddington and Guille Isa, Peru, 4:38
An old fisherman recounts his life, the changing world, and his love for the ocean as he embarks out to sea early one morning.
The Tricks List | directed by Brian Bolster, USA, 19:00
A gay man's journey to memorialize and document every sexual encounter he has ever had.
Tokyo Vacations | directed by Adam Svanell, Sweden/Japan, 10:00
An average Japanese employee takes 7 days of vacation per year. In “Tokyo Vacations” we meet five ordinary people in colourless offices who tell us about their best vacation memories. Underneath it all lies the question: how much of our lives do we dedicate to work?
The Send-Off | directed by Ivete Lucas and Patrick Bresnan, USA, 12:34
Emboldened by a giant block party on the evening of their high school prom, a group of students enter the night with the hope of transcending their rural town and the industrial landscape that surrounds them.
Co-Director Patrick Bresnan scheduled to attend.