Total running time: 95 minutes
Czech Republic, 2016, 8 minutes, narrative
At the end of his tether, a man walks into a bar.
USA, 2017, 10 minutes, documentary
Heather Martin was a senior at Columbine High School in Colorado when two teenagers shot and killed 12 students and one teacher. Over a decade later, after the Aurora theater shooting left 12 more people dead, Martin co-founded The Rebels Project, a nationwide support network that connects survivors of mass tragedy.
USA, 2018, 12 minutes, narrative
In a black hair salon in gentrifying Brooklyn, the local residents fend off a strange new monster: white women intent on sucking the lifeblood from black culture. Sundance Short Film Jury Award: U.S. Fiction
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France, 2017, 6 minutes, dance
Les Indes Galantes (The Amorous Indies), is an opera-ballet created by Jean Philippe Rameau in 1735. One of the dances was inspired by tribal Indian dances of Louisiana performed by Metchigaema chiefs in Paris in 1723. Clément Cogitore adapts a short part of the ballet by mobilizing a group of Krump dancers, an art form that emerged in South Central Los Angeles in the wake of the riots following the acquittal of police officers who brutally beat Rodney King. Amidst this coercive atmosphere, young dancers started to embody the violent tensions of the physical, social and political body. Both the tribal dance performed in Paris in 1723, and the rebellious Krump dancers of the 1990s shape a reenactment of Rameau's original libretto, staging young people dancing on the verge of a volcano.
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USA, 2017, 4 minutes, documentary
A short documentary portrait of the greatest pet cemetery in the world.
USA, 2017, 7 minutes, documentary
In 1939, 20,000 Americans enthusiastic about the rise of Nazism rallied in New York's Madison Square Garden. Striking archival footage reveals a shocking chapter of America's forgotten history.
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