DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL – Sat. April 17th – Stream for FREE

Watch this best of DOCUMENTARY Shorts streaming online ONLY on Saturday April 17thEMAIL US to reserve the FREE private link and password to watch the festival.

ORO, 5min., Italy

Directed by Francesca Malinverno

“To do things right,
first you need love,
then technique.”
– Antoni Gaudì

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THE J THOUBBS DOCUMENTARY, 28min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Justin Patricolo

Enter the world of local NJ musician and record producer J Thoubbs. Witness his obsession with music and songwriting as he records his latest full length album.

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AGAINST THE WIND, 6min., USA

Directed by Hollis Bennett

In a year marked by tragedy, the farmers of Iowa face down one of the most destructive storms in US History. This is a story of loss but also perseverance and the indomitable human spirit.

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ROOTS OF LACROSSE, 23min., USA, Sports Documentary

Directed by Shelby Tsioweri Iohsta Adams, Joanne Storkan

Many lacrosse players and coaches often don’t know that the origins of the game of lacrosse has it’s roots in North American Indigenous nations.This short documentary provides a brief history of the sacred and cultural aspects of this sport, originally played for the Creator, as well as for the health and welfare of the people. The movie also defines the three types of North American, Indigenous lacrosse: Iroquois, Great Lakes, and Southeastern.

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PERFECT STRANGERS, 11min., USA

Directed by Sydney Russell

In a small suburb of St. Louis, a local coffee shop and its faithful regulars attempt to keep music and business alive amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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SAFE, 9min., Germany

Directed by Leo Adef

A short documentary, that portrays five personalities from the Berlin ballroom community who share their stories and values while exploring the ideas of beauty, dance and gender.

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SPARK: A SYSTEMIC RACISM STORY, 33min, USA

Directed by Alex Flagg

Spark: A Systemic Racism Story explores the root causes of systemic racism and proposes remedies in public safety, policing, criminal justice, and social norms. Made by white allies after the tragedy of George Floyd’s death, it encourages recognition of unconscious bias and commitment to unlearning a historical narrative that redefined an entire race.

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