Other Perspectives

5 documentaries that take on the human experience and a moderated panel with directors/experts on documentary, impact and controversy.

Magdalene’s Lies

directed by: Julie Laurenz
South Africa / 2021 / 26 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Times: Saturday, March 5th – 1:00pm + Sunday, March 6th – 2:30pm

See this in our documentary film block: OTHER PERSPECTIVES

(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 6) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

To some Magdalene is a “Mother Teresa”, to other’s she is a rotten crook. The real Magdalene is revealed.  


Pineland/Hollywood

directed by: Debi Cornwall
USA / 2021 / 10 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Times: Saturday, March 5th – 3:15pm + Sunday, March 6th – 2:30pm

See this in our documentary film blocks: ART INTERSECT WITH LIFE AND OTHER PERSPECTIVES

(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 6) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

At a traffic stop, distinguishing reality from fantasy becomes the difference between life and death. Using fair-use clips from almost 200 Hollywood films to tell one true story.


The Militiaman

directed by: David Peter Hansen
USA / 2021 / 31 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Times: Saturday, March 5th – 1:00pm + Sunday, March 6th – 2:30pm

See this in our documentary film block: OTHER PERSPECTIVES

(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 6) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

In the hills of rural Pennsylvania, the leader of a local militia must prepare his men for the turbulent political landscape of 2020 while at war with his own conscience.


Regreso

directed by: Wijdane Balbiyar
USA / 2021 / 5 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Times: Saturday, March 5th – 1:00pm + Sunday, March 6th – 2:30pm

See this in our documentary film block: OTHER PERSPECTIVES

(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 6) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

Achraf, a Moroccan teenager, tried to escape poverty  by swimming his way from Africa to Europe.


My Brother is Deaf

directed by: Peter Hoffman Kimball
USA / 2021 / 10 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Times: Saturday, March 5th – 1:00pm + Sunday, March 6th – 2:30pm

See this in our documentary film block: OTHER PERSPECTIVES

(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 6) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

A  boy learns that his younger brother is deaf and tries to understand.