FROZEN 2014: BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARIES
July 19 only
Best Short Documentaries of 2014
Meg Smaker, 11 minutes, 32 seconds.
A meditation on meth. There is and island on the delta 45 minutes east of San Francisco that is infested with Crystal Meth. In this documentary we explore the island and its inhabitants’ relationship to the drug. Four characters will take us on the journey of an addict: from the first states, to the comedown and finally the long road to recovery.
Last Stop in Santa Rosa
Elizabeth Lo, 5 minutes.
An elderly couple who runs a hospice for dying animals questions the ethics of pet euthanasia. At the brink of death, there are no easy answers.
La Nina Mas Guapa De Aquilon
Paula Cantalejo Garcia, 4 minutes, 43 seconds.
Buenos Dias Resistencia
Adrian Orr, 20 minutes.
We observe a father’s morning ritual of getting his children up and ready for school.
Love Needs No Words
Susana Caceres, 11 minutes, 1 second.
A story of Love and Death. mourn in joy since Love is universal and eternal. A lesson in mourning in joy.
Claire Weissbluth, 19 minutes, 41 seconds.
A tale of two taco trucks in California. More than a story about tacos and burritos, it is an intimate look at family, labor, migration, and sacrifice.
Surfing the Sonic Sky
Stephen Taylor, 21 minutes.
An investigation into the groundbreaking work of musical cosmologist, Erv Wilson, who has uncovered massive clusters of new musical frequencies that will alter the future DNA of music.
Malia Bruker, 26 minutes.
Dave and Sherry came of age in the 60s–they protested war, fought for the environment, fell in love during a hitchhiking trip across the country, and raised their family in a ‘back to the land’ community. In this poignant and funny documentary, their daughter Malia contemplates the baby- boomers’ legacy of social change and her own generation’s political apathy.
Pink Helmet Posse
Benjamin Mullinkosson, Kristelle Laroche, 8 minutes, 53 seconds.
Three pink tutus. Three pink helmets. Three pink skateboards. Bella, Sierra and Rella prove that skateboarding is not just for boys.
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