directed by Nick Brandestini. Switzerland /2020/1:31mins
On the barrier island of Sapelo, two brothers are growing up in the last remaining enclave of the Saltwater Geechee people. Cornelia Walker Bailey works to preserve what remains of this unique community established by her ancestors.
directed by Nuno Tavares
Bicycles transport us in our discovery and in our reflection. Through a group of “classic” cyclists, we discover the values of friendship, ecology, valuing the old and minimalism to achieve a happier, simpler and more fulfilled life.
Origin of the Species
directed by Abigail Child USA/2020/1:12mins
An experimental feature documentary explores current realities of android development with a focus on human/machine relations, gender & the ethical implications of this research.
Screens Online Only
directed by Umran Safter Turkey/2021/1:45mins / Premiere
Ahmet and Nesuhi Ertegun, sons of the Turkish ambassador to Washington DC in the 1930s and, later, founders of Atlantic Records hosted jazz jam sessions with legendary artists such as Duke Ellington, Lester Young, Teddy Williams, Johnny Hodges, Count Basie at the official embassy residence.
directed by Noel Bass
USA / 2021 / 40mins
A respected elder leads the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s only suicide prevention team, while working with a group of suicide survivor teenagers to create a performance group, called the BEAR Program.
directed by Raymond Telles, David L. Brown, Louis Dematteis
USA / 2021 / 31mins
The life and work of activist poet Alejandro Murguia who fights for social justice with his words and his deeds.
Screens Online and In-Person, March 31st at 6.30pm at Arts Club of Washington DC. Tickets here, limited Seating.
Funeral of a Nation
directed by Keith Nixon Jr.
USA / 2020 / 31mins
In memory of who we were, a tribute to who we will be, in honor of those before us, a call to those after us. A musical essay on African-American funerals.
Screens In-Person, April 1st (with drinks and hors d’oeuvres) at The Tabard Inn including a discussion with the director.