STREAMING 10-13 SEPTEMBER
1. TALK TO ME (4m, UK) – A FILM BY DAN HENSHAW.
1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. “Talk To Me” supports the Time To Change campaign. Sponsored by Soho House, the film features Christopher Eccleston, Tom Goodman-Hill, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith and Niamh Cusack.
2. MIDNIGHT FRONTIER (20m, Netherlands) – A FILM BY PETER VAN LANGEN AND IRIS-SANNE VAN DER AAR. TRAILER
The documentary Midnight Frontier tells the story of activists that stand at the frontline of LGBT activism in Georgia. Club Bassiani, and their queer nights Horoom Nights, form their fort of resistance to homophobic violence.
3. SAY YOU WILL (18m, USA) – A FILM BY MARIEL SOSA. TRAILER
Following his release from the juvenile hall at fourteen, Jeovany “Jeo” Salgado finds out he is subject to a gang injunction – a secretive law enforcement tool that will follow him for the rest of his life.
4. F FOR FERMENTATION (10m, UK) – A FILM BY ANNA VOLOSNIK. TRAILER
A young mother is taking a closer look on what home made food means to her and her family through the eyes of her little son.
5. THE ART WITHIN THE CONFLICT (5m, UK) – A FILM BY FREDDIE LOGAN. TRAILER
Based on a conversation from award-winning war photographer, Harriet Logan, and her son, Freddie Logan, “The Art Within The Conflict” tells the story of the extreme situations that war photographers may find themselves in when risking their lives to tell the stories of those who are victim to the conflict that surrounds them.
6. IN THE SAME DIRECTION: JEFF PIFHER & SOCRATES’ TRIAL (17m, USA) – A FILM BY ALEXANDER CRAVEN. TRAILER
From the inception of a musical idea, through the recording process and live performance, this short documentary tells the story of Jeff Pifher and his band Socrates’ Trial and their idea of what jazz can be today.
7. A BUTCHER BY ANY NATION (26m, Turkey) – A FILM BY OUBAI SHAHBANDAR. TRAILER
The real life story of how survivors of Syria’s most notorious prisons have teamed up with an unlikely regime defector, who smuggled out evidence of mass killings, and are now seeking justice for these war crimes.
Anish Kapoor, one of the most iconic artists of our century, returns to the emblematic city of Rome for a timeless conversation about art. He presents an astonishing exhibition of his latest work that is an intimate and shocking dialectic between terror and sublime.
9. FRIENDLY FACES & SAFE SPACES (9m, Canada) – A FILM BY LEAH GALLOWAY. TRAILER
Together with his fiancé Tony Babcock, Steven Botelho is attempting to change the world with his puppetry, and bring forth a new perspective of the reality of the different disabilities young children may come across as they grow up, and how they can work to look past them to see the person for who they are.
10. ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNIVERSE (7m, USA) – A FILM BY ISAAC FERNANDEZ.
This film features a powerful energy contained and molded into a calligraphy Contemporary Artist Quim Bové applies in his pieces with the objective of creating a dialogue between the viewer and the artwork. His works are an expression of the dynamic universal forces of energy, motion, and gravity.
11. A CLUB CALLED RHONDA (6m, USA) – A FILM BY GREG FERRO. TRAILER
A Club Called Rhonda is an exploration of the cultural phenomenon that hit LA in 2008 with the opening of the eponymous club. It’s an insight into the free and inclusive spirit of a unique environment, in which the social norms imposed on our daily lives no longer apply.
Total streaming time: 02:24m. Foreign language films will have English subtitles. Content may not be suitable for children under 15. If you experience a technical problem with VIMEO, please contact them directly and inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org.