Friday April 25, 3:30 pm
SIFF Uptown 1
511 Queen Anne Avenue North
Do you like dramatic films? Comedies? Documentaries? All of the above? Then this screening is for you! Diversify your NFFTY experience with this mixed bag of delicious cinematic treats.
Screening may not be suitable for all ages.
Jason Segal – Age 20
Unicycling for truth, justice and the American Way.
Joey Skeele – Age 18
As their childhood comes to a close, four young men come to terms with how finite life is.
Nicolas Lopez – Age 16
An encounter between two men at a restaurant leads to a mysterious recollection.
How To Walk Through A Door
Justinian – Age 19
A young actress and her drama teacher prepare for her big audition together by studying the complex art of walking through a door.
A Sleeping Giant
Leo Pfeifer – Age 15
An exploration of the personal side of gun control and the recent efforts to make progress on the issue.
Ice Cream with Einstein
Vienna Mumm – Age 14
A girl wants to travel into the past to meet Einstein for ice cream.
Noah Cohen – Age 20
A political revolutionary is to be executed by none other than his former mentor and friend.
Wes Chew – Age 22
A mourning character who has been bedridden for days demonstrates the hardships of dealing with death and faith.
Danielle Payne – Age 19
A young, inquisitive man living in a rigid, unimaginative society is taken on a journey of love, bravery, wonder and self-discovery.
Thanks For Not Killing My Son
Chris Smith – Age 18
Thomas Kelly – Age 18
Jeremy Levine – Age 18
Dustin Titcomb – Age 18
A mother reflects after her son is brutally beaten. Based on a true-life letter written by Rita Schindler.
Willem van den Heever – Age 20
Vaughan Coetzee – Age 20
A young man from a small town is forced into his father’s family business. Until he meets an eccentric looking girl at the nearby train station.