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The 2019 Online Film Festival has ended.
Open Up is a short, family-friendly animated film about a shy golem who must overcome his fear of opening up to others.
Following the Parkland/Coral Springs massacre, Marjory Stoneman Douglas teens use social media to create a movement and incite change in the U.S.
The film follows the journey of NY-born, Puerto Rican social justice musician Taína Asili as she travels across the island to have intimate conversations with four women artists and activists about their experiences during and after the hurricanes. The film documents the natural and unnatural devastation to the island and its people, while lifting up the resilience, creativity, and strength of the Puerto Rican nation and the human spirit.
Since 2008, Kipepeo-Clothing has been supporting schools and education in East Africa by selling organic garments printed with designs created during regular school lessons at primary schools in Tanzania. In our documentary "Safari ya t-sheti - The journey of a t-shirt" we introduce you to the work of Kipepeo-Clothing and show you how fair and well-made clothing is produced on the east coast of Africa. "Nani ametengeneza nguo zako" - We'll show you who made your clothes!
The Sanctity of Sanctuary: Paul Strauss and the Equinox Farm, is an Appalachian love affair between a man, his farm, and his desire to make the world a better place. This film ignites the green spark within us to live sustainably and to appreciate, cherish and protect our world.
The everyday routine of an older man is disrupted when he receives a call from a research center for war victims with the message, we found the body of your wife.
A school shooting might stay in the news cycle for a few days, a week, maybe a month; so common have they become. But the repercussions of a shooting on the families of the victims, and on the family of the shooter, will last forever - leaving only the silence of tragedy behind. Silencer is the story of two mothers trying to reclaim their voices after a parent's worst nightmare.
Solitary Confinement is a visual representation on an excerpt from prisoner Chris McBride's letter to the newspaper Indy Week dated on July 4th 2012. This piece attempts to visually communicate, in less than 2 minutes, the amount of time a prisoner spends in a very small confinement, the minuscule amount of time spent outside the cell and the psychological impact this can have. The relevant excerpt from the letter can be found in the article "What life is like in solitary confinement at North Carolina's Central Prison" by Billy Ball, dated on October 21st, 2012.
Tank Man is the story of the iconic gentleman who stood in front of and stopped a line of tanks after the Tienanmen Square massacre of June 4, 1989. All that is known of this man are the images that were recorded of his acts. This film is a speculation of what he went through the day he took his courageous steps 30 years ago.
When the ancient Indian beats of Odissi combine with the rhythms of the West African Djembe and the vibrant Spanish Flamenco, a new kind of sound is born. "Three Worlds, One Stage" demonstrates the positive power of multiculturalism through the lens of dance and music. It is a story of immigration, determination and hope - an American narrative at its core.