JUNE 28 & 29, 2019

2019 Schedule

We’re looking forward to sharing this year’s bounty of fresh films. Join us on June 28 & 29th to partake in the harvest!

VR TENT

ASHE ‘68

An immersive experience into Arthur Ashe’s triumphant win at the 1968 UW Open. Directed by Brad Lichtenstein

7pm

MUTEUM (5m)

In an Art Muzeum, we better learn well, from outer to inner, from deep to very deep, serious and sincerely. Directed by Aggie Pak Yee Lee

THE STORY OF EURUP (4m)

This is the story of Eurup Grumpup, sandwich maker on the planet Eurup, which was named that because that’s what the cows said. Directed by John Akre

UNDERGROUND (3m)

A lonely person unexpectedly takes a journey to reconnect with life. Directed by Beth Peloff

BENEATH THE INK (13m)

An Ohio tattoo artist will cover up your Nazi symbols for free. You just gotta stop the hating. Directed by Cy Dodson

THE CALL (10m)

A phone call, a bathroom and a woman at the nexus of the worlds. Directed by Anca Damian

SALVAGE (57m)

Find treasure and tetanus in the Yellowknife town dump. Directed by Amy C. Elliott

BREAK

9pm

LIFE IN MINIATURE (5m)

A working class woman from Yorkshire, Kath Holden reflects on her place as an artist in the precious world of miniatures. Directed by Ellen Evans

WELL GROOMED (85m)

Spend some time on the competitive creative dog grooming circuit (because it is crazy). Directed by Rebecca Stern

Saturday Afternoon, June 29
2pm

WINTER CRANES (4m)

Cranes make a very specific sound… Let’s see if you can hear it. Directed by Joe Brown

A GIFT (25m)

A man tries to write a song while his wife is away… with unexpected results. Directed by Johnathon Olsen

GREAT! LAKES (18m)

The candy kitchen in Knife River makes candy the old fashioned way. Did we mention candy? Candy! Directed by Tess Wagman

SALSUS (44m)

An obstinate patient in Tehran adores processed meat. Directed by Arian Attarpour

FLOAT (82m)

It’s the model airplane world championship and a newcomer has arrived to shake things up. Directed by Phil Kibbe

Saturday Evening, June 28
7pm

ONE CAMBODIAN FAMILY PLEASE FOR MY PLEASURE (14m)

In 1981, a refugee from Czechoslovakia learns how to market her new home in Fargo to another displaced family. Directed by A.M. Lukas

MAYA BDEG’A (PELICAN HILL) (4m)

A true story of a heroic pelican as unwanted visitors approach the banks of Lake Traverse. Directed by Dana Conroy

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SUDDEN BIRTH* (11m)

(* but were afraid to ask) Directed by Scott Calonico

RIPLIST (68m)

While participating in a celebrity death pool, seven friends learn about the value of life. Directed by Mike Scholtz

–Break with music from Portrait of a Drowned Man–

9pm

DOUGH (4m)

Watching someone knead dough is just about the most relaxing thing you can do. Directed by Stacy Elaine Dacheux

INGRID (52m)

A fashion designer retreats to the woods to live like a hermit. (So dreams can come true.) Directed by Morrisa Maltz

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