Oscar Shorts – Docs Part 1 @ WYNWOOD
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The theatrical release of The OSCAR® Nominated Short Films has met enthusiastic audiences ever since its launch 8 years ago giving people around the world an opportunity to see the nominated films prior to the OSCAR® Awards ceremony on March 2nd.
The DOCUMENTARY PART 1 program:
THE LADY IN NUMBER 6: MUSIC SAVED MY LIFE
At 109, Alice Herz Sommer is the world's oldest pianist…and its oldest Holocaust survivor. At the heart of her remarkable story of courage and endurance is her passion for music.
Directed by Malcolm Clarke and Nicholas Reed.
KARAMA HAS NO WALLS
When protesters in Yemen added their voices to those of other nations during the Arab Spring, the government responded with an attack that left 53 people dead and inspired widespread sympathy throughout the country.
Directed b Sara Ishaq.
As a gay 13-year-old, Matthew Boger endured a savage beating at the hands of a group of neo-Nazis. Twenty-five years later, he meets one of them again by chance.
Directed by Jason Cohen.
O Cinema Wynwood
90 Northwest 29th Street
O Cinema is a cutting-edge independent cinema located in Miami's Wynwood Arts District, that specializes in showing first-run independent, foreign, art, and niche films.