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Nine films going to Park City

Aleph by Iva Radivojevic

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Recent Highlights

  • A documentary about the violent death of the filmmaker's brother nearly 20 years ago, and how the collision of silence, fear and the judiciary allowed his killer to go free.

  • The Florida Project revolves around a precocious 6-year-old and her ragtag group of close friends whose summer break is filled with childhood wonder, possibility, and a sense of adventure, while their parents and the adults around them struggle with hard times.

  • An eccentric suburban woman and a Walmart door-greeter navigate their evolving relationship in this unconventional nonfiction love story.

  • Filmed with vérité intimacy, QUEST is a portrait of a North Philadelphia family and the creative sanctuary offered by their home music studio. The family's ten-year journey is a testament to love, healing, and hope.

  • The story of the Ferguson uprising told by the people who lived it.

  • Ritual, danger and the absolute beauty of fireworks — the National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico.

  • Amal, an angry teenager, turns into a young woman during an extraordinary context of upheaval and violence in post-revolution Egypt.

  • In the midst of the most recent cycle of conflict in the DRC, four Congolese share their perspectives on the complicated terrain that has shaped their lives.

  • The fear of something happening to one’s child follows the joy of becoming a parent, mercilessly. The greatest fear is being somehow responsible of the accident yourself. And yet, this forceful guilt is something that some parents over the world have to live with for the rest of their lives.

  • A cinema vérité look deep inside the long-troubled Oakland Police Department as it struggles to confront federal demands for reform, a popular uprising following events in Ferguson, MO, and an explosive scandal.

  • After five years of war in Syria, the remaining citizens of Aleppo are readying themselves for a siege. Through the volunteers from The White Helmets we experience the daily life, death and struggle in the streets of the city. They fight for sanity where war has become the norm.

  • An aimless teenager on the outer edges of Brooklyn struggles to escape his bleak home life and navigate questions of self-identity as he balances his time between his delinquent friends, a potential new girlfriend, and older men he meets online.

  • A journey by rail, laborers reflect upon desire and regret, floating through a Eurasian expanse, striving to fill their days and dreams, as much as their pockets.

  • An artful exploration of the legacy of the world’s most sensational child-murder case, the unsolved death of six-year-old American beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey.

  • Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished — a radical narration about race in America, using only the writer’s original words.

  • Marsha P. Johnson, legendary “drag queen,” Stonewall veteran, and co-founder of the trans-rights movement, was found dead in the Hudson River 24 years ago. Today trans activists are digging through the clues in search of justice.

In Case You Missed It

  • Tomboy Toni lands a spot on the Lionesses Dance Team, but when members of the group begin to experience a series of mysterious spasms — "the fits" — she fears how far she must go to fit in.

  • New England, 1630. Upon threat of banishment by the church, an English farmer leaves his colonial plantation, relocating his wife and five children to a remote plot of land on the edge of an ominous forest — within which lurks an unknown evil.

  • After five years of war in Syria, the remaining citizens of Aleppo are readying themselves for a siege. Through the volunteers from The White Helmets we experience the daily life, death and struggle in the streets of the city. They fight for sanity where war has become the norm.

  • The lives of three women intersect in small town America, where each is imperfectly blazing a trail.

  • The ten nationally televised 1968 debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley defined a new era of public discourse, demarcating the moment that TV’s political ambition shifted from fiction to spectacle.

  • After losing his sight, John Hull knew that if he could not understand blindness it would destroy him. In 1983 he began keeping an audio diary.

  • Minnie Goetze is a 15-year-old aspiring comic-book artist, coming of age in the haze of the 1970s in San Francisco. Insatiably curious about the world around her, Minnie is a pretty typical teenage girl. Oh, except that she’s sleeping with her mother’s boyfriend.

  • Wolf and Sheep is a drama with fantastical elements about a community in a little village in Afghanistan and its everyday life: what is allowed and what isn’t, what is said and what isn’t, and small details, traditions and values never portrayed before.