Edek
by Malcolm Green, 6m, United Kingdom

An 85 year old Holocaust survivor named Janine and a young American rapper named Kapoo collaborate to deliver a Hip Hop message to the youth of the world. A poignant and uniquely challenging fusion of prose, music and rap. For the first time, one of the world's darkest stories is told in an entirely new way.


September 13 - 15, 2018 at Synchronicity Theatre

Adapt
by Javier Fernandez, 8m, USA

After a tragic event, Jesi Stracham adapts to her new world while still pursuing her life in the fast lane.


Screens Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 6:00 PM

Miracle Matt
by Kevin Durham, David Newton, 21m, USA

At the peak of "Miracle Matt" Manazar’si career as a Professional Wakeskater, he suffered a near death accident competing at what is the equivalent of The World Series in baseball, or the NFL Super Bowl. Against all odds, he survived total reconstructed skull and face surgeries and was thought to return back to his sport in full force. 6 months later, Matt had a second accident, when he was tragically electrocuted with 15,000 volts of electricity while trimming trees at his church. This was it. Life was over for Matt. Doctors told his pregnant wife and family to say their good-byes. At best he was going to be a vegetable. Miracle Matt truly is one of the most inspiring stories and an inspiration to have faith through a sometimes uncertain question, "What do bad things happen to good people?"

Back to CAMP
by Ashley Mosher, 9m, USA - film website

At 40 years old, Ashley finds herself at mid-life and questioning the meaning of all that came before it. Feeling empty, confused and uncertain how to move forward in her life she decides to go back to the one place that never changes, but always changes you...Summer Camp.

Sexual Being
by Paul Stavropoulos, 17m, Canada, USA - film website

Chandler is an emerging porn star and self-described sexual deviant trying to make it big in Toronto. Meaghan is a socially attuned empath and aspiring actress making experimental films in LA. They both happen to have cerebral palsy, and they’re sick of society’s normative standards of beauty getting in the way of their dreams. A raw, intimate portrait of two people’s distinct journeys on their first attempts to shift the social perceptions of sexuality and disability.




American Psychosis
by Amanda Zackem, 15m, USA

Pulitzer-prize winning Journalist, Author and Activist Chris Hedges, discusses modern day consumerism, totalitarian corporate power and living in a culture dominated by pervasive illusion.