SHOW 2: LIVING ON EARTH
Every day, in every way. Filmmaker Q&A follows the screening.
12:30pm • Sunday, March 25 | Albany Twin Theatre MAP
$10 (included with Festival Pass/Sunday Shorts Pass)
An undocumented immigrant, a father and son tale, a cowboy singer . . . films that explore our changing world and how we live our lives.
THE PLEASURE OF BEING SERVED • Michael Manese • Narrative (15:00)
Rosa, an undocumented immigrant from the Phillipines, is working to bring her young to the US but faces a moral conflict that threatens her job. A look at Filipino culture, and what it means to be an undocumented person working in America.
SOCIAL SNAFU • The Perez Brothers • Tiny Movie • (2:18)
Imagine what would happen if your Facebook feed came to life!
Change • Isaac Kerlow • Animation (5:22)
Constant change is a natural part of Earth's life, but the rapid changes caused by our growth and prosperity may be forever. SINGAPORE
I EDIT LECTURES • Alex Zajicek • Narrative (3:29)
Lana tries to describe her job to an enthusiastic but uninformed individual.
DRIFTING AWAy • Cyprien CLEMENT-Delmas • ANIMATION (29:35)
Melancholy yet hopeful tale of a boy who dreams of going sailing with his father. Subtitles. SPAIN
Western jubilee • Donna Guthrie and Colin Guthrie • DOCUMENTARY (11:08)
At a Colorado recording studio, an avid collector and a cowboy singer keep the tradition of cowboy music alive and kicking.