FLYWAY 2019 FILMS: Shorts
Stories from the far reaches of the globe about identity, gender, childhood, disability and more that remind us how unique and similar we all are as humans.
My Theater, by Kazuya Ashizawa; Carlotta’s Face, by Valentin Riedl and Frédéric Schuld; Rising Puppets of the Limitless Sky, by Anıl Tokur; Parwaaz, by Rahul Mehra; Twarze Faces, by Patrycja Pawęzowska; The Good Education, by Gu Yu; Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (if you're a girl), by Carol Dysinger; Shoto, by emerging Kenyan filmmakers in Nairobi through Stories Found.
Sun, Oct 13, 2019 1:30 pm
Pepin Village Hall
From small towns and Native Nations, to eccentric artists and collectors, to the fate of immigrant dairy workers much closer to home, these documentary shorts will both teach and touch you.
Analog Man, by Leslie Askew; Los Lecheros (Dairy Farmers), by Jim Cricchi; Reclamation: The Rise at Standing Rock, by Michele Noble; Let the Blonde Sing, by Rachel Knoll; The Wolf House, by Nick Clausen.
Sat, Oct 12, 2019 11:00 am
Big River Theatre
Not your average late night shorts. From over-the-top comedy/horror/sci-fi to the dark side of human nature, these films will delight and disturb you.
Tea Party, by Kevin Isaacson; Black Cloud, by Flávio Andrade; 33RPM, by Paul Gall; Backlash, by Max Moore; Bitter Dread of Scary Movies, by Cory Skloff; Bedlamite, by Aidan Cheeatow; Rest Area, by Sean Skinner.
Sat, Oct 12, 2019 9:00 pm
A look at relationships in all their hopes, heartbreaks, and peculiarities.
Ways to Look at the Moon, Katherine Clark; A Swedish Classic, by Måns Berthas; Birthday Cake for Dinner, by Damon Russell; Behave, Kids, by Tripp Crosby; Lick & Sniff, by Randy Slagle; Inseparable, by Sabrina Blazquez y Gomez; Câm Lặng (The Mute), by Pham Thien An.
Sat, Oct 12, 2019 4:00 pm
Who are we and how do we relate to the world? And how does the world relate to us?
Homemade, by Adam Olson; The Voicemail, by Kyle Solomon; Dynamite, by Leila Jarman; Dinosaure (Dinosaur), by Pierre Dugowson; Karma Coma, by Guillaume Courty; Who Let the Taxidermy Out?, by Laurence Unger; Tame, by Wendy Placko; Elephantbird, by Masoud Soheili.
Sun, Oct 13, 2019 11:00 am
WideSpot Performing Arts
Short documentaries and narratives on a wide array of topics and formats that underscores how much students have to teach us.
Ivan, by Panagiotis Kountouras; Broken Pipe, by Iris Ben Moshe; Mr. Hugo, by François Le Guen; &you, by Claire Downey, Taylor Autumn Herndon, & Tessa Lawrence; Disseminare, by Jools Beardon; Overnight, by Thomas Mendolia; Tribe of Ghosts, by Almicheal Fraay; Balance, by Raymond Limantara Sutisna.
Sat, Oct 12, 2019 1:30 pm
Pepin Village Hall