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Friday, September 21 through Sunday, September 23, 2018

www.iiff-docs.com

Tickets for specific programs can be purchased individually. Look through the schedule to find the program or special presentation film you prefer. Tickets for the Sunday Double-Bill include brunch.

IIFFdocs also offers a Festival Pass which allows entry into every program (seats must be claimed 15 minutes before programs begin), includes brunch on Sunday, and a complimentary drink.

FRIDAY | SEPTEMBER 21

4 PM | Historical Memory

Escoréu, December 24, 1937 | 67 min / Spain [2017] (US Premiere)

6 PM | Antifascist Women

Milicianas | 52 min / Spain [2018] (World Premiere)

Discussion with International Center of Photography curator Cynthia Young.

8:30 PM | Special Presentation

The Silence of Others | 95 min / Spain [2017]

Discussion with director Almudena Carracedo.

SATURDAY | SEPTEMBER 22

1:30 PM | The Last US Colony

Oneiromancer | 26 min / Puerto Rico [2017]

1950: The Nationalist Uprising | 105 min / USA [2017] (US Premiere)

4 PM | Special Presentation

Spain in Two Trenches, The Civil War in Color | 96 min / Spain [2016] (US Premiere)

Discussion with Prof. Josephine Labanyi.

6 PM | Indigenous Rights & the Environment

Guy Hircefield, a guy with the camera | 12 min / Israel [2018] (US Premiere)

American Arithmetic | 6 min / USA [2017]

Gracie –Sioux Youth Media | 5 min / USA [2018]

The Panguna Syndrome | 52 min / France [2018] (US Premiere)

Discussion with filmmakers Molly Stuart (Guy Hircefield), Cathy Cain (Gracie), and Alice Obar (Gracie).

8 PM | Systemic Poverty

Loser By Birth | 5 min / USA [2017]

Books are my weapon | 7 min / USA [2018]

Acting Erratically | 15 min / USA [2018]

Circle Up | 60 min / USA [2017]

Discussion with filmmakers Alice Obar (Books are my weapon) and Christopher Paul Harris from the Black Youth Project 100.

+ Reception with Filmmakers

SUNDAY | SEPTEMBER 23

1:30 PM | Double-Bill Deportation, Migration, and Exile

A tale of two Borders | 12 min / Canada [2017]

Monumento | 12 min / USA [2017]

What Would You Pack? | 3 min / USA [2018]

2,300 Miles to Work | 11 min / USA [2018] (US Premiere)

TRANSIT | 26 min / Turkey [2017] (US Premiere)

Discussion with director Sara Gozalo from the New Sanctuary Coalition.

​+ brunch

In Exile: a family film | 124 min / Mexico [2017] (NY Premiere)

Discussion with director Juan Francisco Urrusti.

6 PM | The Crisis of War

Land of Doom | 19 min / Syria [2018] (US Premiere)

Winter in Europe | 65 min / Spain [2018] (US Premiere)

Discussion with director Polo Menárguez.

8:30 PM | Embodied Memory

Halabja 12 min / USA [2018]

Djamilia 84 min / France [2018]

Discussion with director Farideh Sakhaeifar and choreographer Isabel Umali.

+ Awards Ceremony with Jury Panel: Kathy Brew, Paco de Onís, and Matt Porwoll. Presentation of the Harry Randall Award for Best Human Rights Documentary and Best Documentary Short.

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