Saturday, November 22 at 2pm
At ninety-three, Clark Terry still teaches, plays music, and tells great stories. The film’s emotional core is the moving relationship between young pianist Justin Kauflin, who lost his sight at age eleven, and Terry, who is losing his own.
Saturday, November 22
Experience the glamour of Closing Night with free parking, $50 to use at any Larimer Square restaurant and a red carpet premiere at the Buell Theatre.
Saturday, November 22 at 6:45pm and Sunday, November 23 at 4:15pm
Fifteen-year-old Meis is bored to death. Living in a modest, middle-of-nowhere country home with her paranoid mother, lethargic father, and demented grandmother, the Dutch teenager spends her summer willing something interesting to happen...
Saturday, November 22 at 9:00pm and Sunday, November 23 at 11:45am
Tragedy has a way of strengthening communities, building bonds that can’t be broken. After Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in 2012, filmmakers Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman (Remote Area Medical, SDFF 36) picked up their cameras to document a community as it rebuilt all it had lost.
Saturday, November 22 at 9:30pm
Lake Los Angeles, the third film in director Mike Ott’s Antelope Valley trilogy, employs a sensitive hand in depicting the issue of human trafficking. Two unlikely heroes, a lonely Cuban exile and an undocumented Mexican girl, struggle to cope in an unforgiving environment
Saturday, November 22 at 2:00pm and Sunday, November 23 at 6:30pm
Born a Dalit, or “untouchable,” Thulasi is determined to fight her way out of poverty and into the professional boxing ring. She calls herself “a one woman army.”
Coming November 28th and beyond
Camp X-Ray, Food Chains, CitizenFour, Dear White People and Remote Area Medical.