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USA 2018 12 min.

“Full moon, all the crazies are out.” Four seedy stories transpire over the course of one late-night order at a 24-hour deli.

USA 2018 76 min.

Jocular and wrenching by turns, this poignant documentary centers on the plight of a young circus performer in Mexico and his brothers as they put their dreams for life on hold to care for their grandmother, América—who at 93 has more life of her own in her than even advanced dementia can contain.

Applied Pressure
USA 2018 6 min.

Ease the pain of past physical and mental distress.

Bathtubs Over Broadway
USA 2018 87 min.

On assignment to scour bargain-bin vinyl for a Late Night with David Letterman segment, comedy writer Steve Young discovered a long-lost genre: the corporate musical. His fanboy obsession unfolds in this rollicking documentary with appearances by Letterman, Martin Short, and Jello Biafra.

The Beaning
USA 2017 10 min.

This experimental documentary explores a sinister theory surrounding the death of baseball player Ray Chapman in 1920 and the subsequent rise of the Yankee dynasty.

Behind the Curve
USA 2018 97 min.

At once highly entertaining and deeply unsettling, Daniel J. Clark’s journey into the center of the Flat Earth movement—where the conspiracy theory’s charismatic true believers dwell among the scientists who have a few choice words for them—couldn’t be timelier.

DFF41 Spotlight: Ben is Back
USA 2018 103 min.

Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges star with Courtney B. Vance in this emotionally complex, character-driven drama about a day in the life of a family surprised on Christmas Eve by the return from rehab of their 19-year-old son, an addict whose past—if it is past—continues to haunt them all.

The Biggest Little Farm
USA 2018 91 min.

Hard lessons await John and Molly Chester as they leave Los Angeles to build a biodynamic farm amid the Ventura County foothills in this eloquent, exquisitely shot documentary, which stands a testament to the power of Mother Nature and the human spirit alike. And also to the awesomeness of pigs.

Birds Without Feathers
USA 2018 87 min.

Wendy McColm directs and stars in this poignant dark comedy about six misfits in desperate search of connection, including a would-be Instagram star, a stand-up with stage fright, a struggling self-help guru, and a Russian pseudo-cowboy obsessed with Jeff Goldblum.

Black Mother
USA 2018 77 min.

Part cinematic baptism, part audiovisual love letter to Jamaica, this artistic and evocative documentary offers a collective portrait of the island’s inhabitants as they ruminate on their own lives, struggles, and feelings for their homeland.

Blind Mice
USA 2018 9 min.

A con fresh out of prison gets back in the game.

Boy Erased
USA 2018 114 min.

Teenager Jared is the loving, dutiful son of a Baptist preacher (Russell Crowe) and an equally devout wife (Nicole Kidman)—until, that is, he’s outed and forced into a gay-conversion program in Joel Edgerton’s emotional adaptation of Garrard Conley’s namesake memoir.

Breaking the Bee
USA 2018 96 min.

This utterly enchanting documentary explores the two-decade sweep of the Scripps National Spelling Bee by Indian-American children on both the cultural and individual level: What drives these young phenoms, and what do their trials and triumphs reveal about the American democratic experiment?

Call Her Ganda
USA 2018 97 min.

When a transgender Filipina is murdered by a U.S. Marine, three women—a lawyer, a journalist, and a grieving mother—take justice into their own hands. This fierce, piercingly emotional investigative exposé follows them as they challenge some of the most powerful institutions in the world.

USA 2018 94 min.

In this psychological thriller set in the world of Web porn, ambitious camgirl Alice (The Handmaid’s Tale's Madeline Brewer) discovers she has a doppelgänger with similar ambitions—to replace Alice in her own life. A meditation on identity in the social-media age, penned by a former camgirl.

The Care & Keeping Of Your Woman
USA 2018 3 min.

A how-not-to guide for the modern man. The Care & Keeping Of Your Woman is a satirical short, shot on Super 8mm film, that addresses sexual harassment and assault in the style of a 1950s dog-training video.

USA 2018 12 min.

When plans fall through, a six-year-old is faced with a big responsibility on a hot Texas day.

USA 2018 6 min.

After a long night of partying, famous rapper Rubin Starr calls a Carrier to take him home, only to find out his driver has different plans for the ride.

Chained for Life
USA 2018 91 min.

The Elephant Man meets The Player in this exhilaratingly strange yet moving meta-satire about two actors—one a starlet, the other a gentle soul with a severe facial deformity—exploring their roles and their lives together on the creepy hospital set of an exploitation-horror film.

Child of the Sky
USA 2017 15 min.

Lost in the desert, a woman gets lured into a nightmarish world of cult violence in this deeply chilling take on Mesopotamian mythology, told through ferocious dance movements.

Children of Men
USA 2006 109 min.

Following this Sci Fi Film Series screening of Alfonso Cuarón’s dystopian classic starring Clive Owen and Julianne Moore, Dr. Vincent Pitturro (MSU) and Dr. Nicole Garneau (DMNS) will lead a discussion to break down the science behind the scenes.

Come on Mandy
USA 2017 3 min.

Mandy is a dog. Mandy won't come.

USA 2009 95 min.

Grab your backstage pass and take a whirlwind, downright complicated ride behind the scenes of one of the largest and most important events in the history of not only Denver but the nation: the 2008 Democratic National Convention, from the buildup to the nomination of Barack Obama.

Daydreams of Dennis Baker
USA 2018 8 min.

A sheriff recounts a case that tests his constitution.

Der Lindenbaum
USA 2018 16 min.

An opera singer is depressed. His father is trying to commit suicide. Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.

USA 2018 95 min.

Elderly Diane (Mary Kay Place) is aggressively selfless—she spends most of her time serving meals to the homeless and checking in on ill friends and family—but her exhausting routine is slowly revealed to be her penance for a long-ago transgression in this exquisitely solemn character study.

Dios Nunca Muere
USA 2018 14 min.

Living in hidden America, Paula, a Mexican farmworker, struggles to raise two children on her own.

The Earth Is Humming
USA 2017 13 min.

In Japan, earthquake preparedness is a way of life—and a full-blown industry.

USA 2017 30 min.

The story of the first image of Earth captured from space in 1968.

The Elephant in the Room
USA 2018 10 min.

A disappointed father struggles to accept his son.

Everything Changes
USA 2018 6 min.

Including more than 33,000 individual drawings of ink on paper, Everything Changes is an ever-changing doodle that meanders through 15 years of form and content.

Expressway West
USA 2018 12 min.

Whisked away on an impromptu road trip, Mel and her little brother Brian struggle to understand their father's intentions.

Fainting Spells
USA 2018 11 min.

Told through recollections of youth, learning, lore, and departure, this is an imagined myth for the Xawiska, or the Indian pipe plant, used by the Ho-Chunk to revive those who have fainted.

USA 2018 20 min.

A potentially psychosomatic white man, a woman stuck in a vortex of mansplaining, and a young black man caught in a racially charged standoff are set on a collision course as society falls apart around them in this absurdist dark comedy.

USA 2018 18 min.

An observational meditation on how different people engage with the World Trade Center Memorial.

For George on His 30th Birthday
USA 2018 18 min.

Meet George & Deena—two used-to-be, sort-of-maybe, former part-time somethings, who spend a long, strange night in the what-could-have-been-but-never-really-was.

Friday's Child
USA 2018 93 min.

Tye Sheridan delivers a strong performance as an 18-year-old orphan who emerges from a group home ill-prepared for the world. Living in a dump and working nights in a construction yard, he stumbles on plenty of trouble—and a little love—in this gritty drama from writer/director A.J. Edwards.

DFF41 Big Night: The Front Runner
USA 2018 113 min.

Hugh Jackman, Vera Farmiga, and J.K. Simmons star in Jason Reitman’s closely observed portrait of one of the headiest scandals of our time, foreshadowing our current predicament in political journalism: the news of the affair that brought Gary Hart’s 1988 presidential bid to an ignominious end.

Fucked Like A Star
USA 2018 8 min.

An experimental documentary, based on a paragraph in Toni Morrison's novel Tar Baby, about the meditative, mystical life of soldier ants.

USA 2017 15 min.

A.J. Green, a new kid in town, shows up at boys’ basketball tryouts and instantly makes an impression. Can it be sustained?

General Magic
USA 2018 93 min.

From smartphones and touchscreens to e-commerce and emojis, the geniuses of General Magic invented it all. The only problem? They did it before most of us even knew what the Internet was. This fascinating documentary takes you behind the scenes of the world’s most successful failed company.

Ghostbox Cowboy
USA 2018 111 min.

The American Dream has been outsourced to Shenzhen, China, and a washed-up tech entrepreneur is there to live it, by hook or by crook—probably both—in this mesmerizingly off-kilter slice of cinéma vérité from John Maringouin (Running Stumbled, DFF29; Big River Man, DFF32).

Go Debbie
USA 2018 9 min.

When Vietnam veteran Debbie began her transition, she lost her job, her home, and her life’s savings. Undaunted, she pursued her dream and is now living happily as a pink-haired activist.

The Gospel of Eureka
USA 2018 75 min.

Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is home to two spectacles: passion plays and drag shows. This exuberant documentary explores the divide—and overlap—between Christian and civil liberties, faith of one kind and faith of another, as evangelicals and queens alike pull back the curtains on their lives.

The Great Pretender
USA 2018 72 min.

Regular fest guest Nathan Silver’s trademark knack for erasing the seams between life and art, truth and delusion is on wicked display here as in Actor Martinez (DFF39), as an autobiographical play becomes a stage for the key players' own romantic drama in five darkly funny acts.

Green Book
USA 2018 130 min.

Academy Award® nominee Viggo Mortensen and Academy Award® winner Mahershala Ali star in Participant Media and DreamWorks Pictures’ Green Book. Peter Farrelly helms the film inspired by a true friendship that transcended race, class and the 1962 Mason-Dixon line.

Hair Wolf
USA 2018 12 min.

In a black hair salon in gentrifying Brooklyn, the local residents fend off a strange new monster: white women intent on sucking the lifeblood from black culture.

Hell Is Where the Home Is
USA 2018 88 min.

A quartet of friends heads to a remote desert retreat for the weekend, where they’re startled by a late-night knock at the door. The choice they make next sets the scene for the rest of this intense (and gory) thriller, in which no one is quite who they appear to be.

Help Wanted
USA 2018 16 min.

An older gentleman who should be retiring is compelled to reenter the workforce. How much will he have to sacrifice to live out his remaining golden years?

Henriyeti: Sock it to Me, Yeti!
USA 2017 2 min.

Henriyeti—a little bit girl and a little bit Yeti—demonstrates that great matches go beyond appearances. It’s about teaming up and putting one fearless foot in front of the other.

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