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Installation
 
Documentary
8 minutes
2011
Director(s): Laura Green
USA
 
Thu 6:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Fri 9:20pm Varsity 2
Sat 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Sun 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Synopsis

This visual poem explores the boundaries between art and industry as it documents the construction of renowned minimalist artist, Richard Serra's 235 ton, building-sized sculpture “Sequence.” This beautifully composed meditation captures riggers, truckers, and construction workers in moments of unexpected grace.  

 

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Documentary
11 minutes
2011
Director(s): Zackary Canepari, Drea Cooper
USA
Thu 6:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Fri 9:20pm Varsity 2
Sat 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Sun 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Synopsis

Meet the Aquadettes, a group of young-at-heart women on Leisure World’s synchronized swim team. 75-year-old member Margo is fighting multiple sclerosis and using medical marijuana to ease her pain and to keep on swimming in this beautifully paced meditation on life, death, and water sports.

 
Documentary
13 minutes
2011
Director(s): Anna Rodgers
Ireland
Thu 6:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Fri 9:20pm Varsity 2
Sat 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Sun 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Synopsis

Holding hands or kissing in public isn't for everyone. In Ireland, when it comes to same sex relationships, showing your love outside of the home is sometimes a complicated personal choice. Moving between public and private spaces, this short, sweet film explores the small gentle gestures of human connectedness.  

 
Documentary
39 minutes
2011
Director(s): Leslie Iwerks
USA
Thu 6:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Fri 9:20pm Varsity 2
Sat 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Sun 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Mon 3:40pm Varsity 3 RUSH
Synopsis

Across the heartland of America, farmers and landowners are fighting to protect their land, their water, and their livelihood in what has become the most controversial environmental battle in the U.S. today: the Keystone XL Pipeline. Routed from Hardisty, Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast, this tar sands pipeline is set to cross the country's largest freshwater resource, the Ogallala Aquifer, and the fragile Sandhills of Nebraska, posing devastating consequences to human health, livestock, and agriculture. 

Farmers whose families have worked the land for generations realize the potential personal and environmental disaster they face from the pipeline. They devote their lives, individually and collectively to stopping the project from proceeding. Kitchens become planning rooms for an effort to bring their story to their Nebraska neighbors and the world.  



 

 
Documentary
20 minutes
2012
Director(s): Briar March
USA
 
Thu 6:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Fri 9:20pm Varsity 2
Sat 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Sun 3:20pm Varsity 2 RUSH
Synopsis

The godfather of punk, Joey Ramone, declared them “fire punk-rock.” Three siblings comprise Blackfire, a Dine`(Navajo) rock band from Flagstaff, Arizona. Both on the road and at home, their angry and redemptive, traditional and modern music provides a dynamic insight into the contemporary issues facing a generation of Native American youth.

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