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Sunday, March 23
5-6:30pm
The Home Stretch

Made In Japan
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Ciro Altabas, Spain, 6m
My mother admitted that the man who I thought was my father was not my father.

Jambar (Warriors)
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Chloe Germain-Therien, Quebec, Canada, 19m
Each year, hundreds of Serere women leave their village to go work in Dakar, Senegal's capital, in search of a better life. In the city, they work long days as washwomen, scrubbing and rinsing dirty clothes for the people of Dakar. They work tirelessly to earn a little money to feed their family and to send back to their villages. Jambar is an invitation to share in the intimacy of these daily life warriors.

The Road
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Owen Thomas, USA, 5m 40s
Karma. Condensed.

Mushum
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Francois Perreault, Quebec, Canada, 8m
An old man has a strange dream that leads him and his grandson back to their ancestor's land.

Searching for Wallenberg
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Rick Raxlen, British Columbia, Canada, 3m
Set to a poem by Isa Milman, Canada’s honourary citizen Raoul Wallenberg is celebrated in an animated film poem.

Kokom déménage (Kokum on the move)
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Evelyne Papatie & Vince Papatie, Canada, 5 min
Time stops in this story of the annual migration of the last nomadic people of Abitibi to Kitcisakik, “The Island of the Elder,” in Grand Lake Victoria, Quebec, where the grandfathers and grandmothers have met every summer for centuries. (First Eyes)

In The Glow
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Stewart Copeland, USA, 8m
Interstates and highways between St. Louis, MO and Tullahoma, TN
Part personal film, part pseudo-scientific study and part observational essay, Copeland’s brief film explores the banal (yet strangely beautiful) world of blank billboards. (Rural Route Films)

Power of a Horse
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Dir. Cory Generoux, Canada, 5 min, 2007
A moving account of the filmmaker’s scars from racism, as recipient and perpetrator both. This potent, short film reveals a simple and beautiful lesson that changed his life. (First Eyes)

Pictograph
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Miso and Lida Suchy, Kryvorivnya, Ukraine, 21m
Images by two artists — color folk drawings and b&w photography stills — are animated to create a tapestry weaving together vignettes of life in the village Kryvorivnya in the Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine. (Rural Route Films)

 

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