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<a HIGH FLYING JADE, 21min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Katherine Sweetman

Walking the line between mindfulness and adrenaline rush, an American, bipolar, aerialist tries to reconcile her suicidal inclinations, her past life as an air traffic controller and the pressures of training for opening night at the Vietnamese circus.

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THE PROVIDER, 9min., Canada, Documentary

Directed by Jayden Soroka

“The Provider” brings to life the experience of a man’s first hunt at the age of thirty three, eighteen years later than tradition holds, an event that would define his place in his community and open his eyes to where he belongs.

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THE BIRDER, 12min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Toby Hayman

J. Drew Lanham has lived his life vicariously through birds. As a boy in rural South Carolina they showed him a world beyond his backyard, and taught him how the places of the world are connected. Today as an ecology professor and ornithologist he watches birds to learn how our environment is changing. They provide a warning, but they also give us hope.

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BEHIND THE MUSIC, 9min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Charles Sapp

As an artist, this film shows the songwriting process through the expressions of youth and self-sufficing power of solitude.

“It takes courage to do what you love…to do what you believe in.” – Charles Sapp

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FEEDING LEWISHAM, 12min., UK, Documentary

Directed by Cara Bowen

This is a short film using film talent laid of during Covid, with no work I produced a short inspiring film to show and record how one community organised without state or Government support to help thousands get through the crisis and access food

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PLANTED IN 2020, 18min., Canada, Documentary

Directed by Santiago Bessai

Despite a workforce forced into quarantine, Canada will attempt to plant 700 million trees in 2020 – the most ever. With future forests at stake, a young woman journeys into the bush to endure a grueling and unconventional season of tree planting.

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FLUSHING, 7min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Sihan Cui

This is the first stop for many Chinese immigrants to set foot in New York, and it is also a circle that many Chinese living in the United States cannot escape. Here, people can live freely on American soil without using English. The authentic Chinese-style restaurants and shops, the Chinese signs that can be seen everywhere on the street, often make me think that I am back in China——but China 20 years ago.

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D-REP: FIGHT FOR LIFE, 42min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Michael Mazzanti

On July 3, 2015, a Flight for Life helicopter plummeted from the sky outside Frisco, Colorado, violently crashing into a parking lot. Dave Repsher, a Summit County Flight for Life nurse, climbed out of the crashed helicopter engulfed in fuel and flames. This is the story of Dave’s incomprehensible journey from rugged mountain hero, to horrific burn victim, to miraculous survivor, to hero once again.

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