Today's Film Festival

Today's Film Festival

Today's film festival showcasing new movies from around the world in various genres.

Today's Film Festival
  • Human Interest DOC Shorts Festival - Sept. 23/24 event

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    Directed by Raul Barquet
    Early New York City graffiti writer and documentarian Roberto "Flint..." Gennari, has the opportunity to cement his legacy in the art world half a decade later.

  • DOC Shorts Festival - Sept. 22/23 event

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    Directed by Safiya Songhai
    A bronze-skin bombshell rocks the world of Sunday Morning Football ---millions tune in, but few know the tumultuous story of Jayne Kennedy, the first Black woman to boldly run interception...

  • DRAMA Shorts Festival - Sept. 21/22 event

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    TURN OFF MY HEART, 3min., Norway
    Directed by Bjørn Olav Edvardsen, Jostein Vedvik
    The Artists emotions and loneliness is overwhelming. But does he run away from the emotions, or does he dive into them? The forces of nature, the ocean, the waves, the wind - the video shows y...

  • I AM JUDIT Documentary Feature - Sept. 22/23 event

    I AM JUDIT, 83min., USA
    Directed by Christiane Arbesu
    From award-winning documentary filmmaker Christiane Arbesu comes I AM JUDIT; a poignant depiction of Holocaust survivor Judy Sleed and her present day family. A fixture in the East Hampton community, Judy, at the age of 90, is finally liftin...

  • THE TOOL Mini-Feature DOC - Sept. 20/21 event

    THE TOOL, 50min., Spain
    Directed by Alvaro Mendoza
    The way the different wild species use tools may help us to understand how the animal mind works... And it does not go exactly as we have come to believe!


  • ASIAN Filmmakers Shorts Festival - Sept. 19/20 event

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    HOME IMMIGRATION, 3min., Norway
    Directed by Haruna Inagaki
    Home immigration is about the moment daily objects get through the immigration office when they enter a human home. The immigration officer tells each of them who is welcome and who is not. Objects are cons...