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- 'Films' of April 14-21, 2017
Description: Welcome to the 16th Annual Tiburon International Film Festival, a showcase for independent feature and short films from around the world. There are 27 countries participating this year with subjects range from music to animation, fiction, current events.....to documentary.
Every year Tiburon International Film Festival places a spotlight on a number of global filmmaking regions. This year TIFF will shine a light upon Czech Republic, showcasing some of their latest and finest films with: The Devil's Mistress by returning director Filip Renč, Every Million Comes Handy, with Jiřina Bohdalová, who won the Best Actress Award at TIFF in 2015, I Love You Heavenly, and a tribute to Czech master Milos Forman, [One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest] who will be 85 this year, with a special documentary made by his fellow countryman, Miloslav Šmídmajer, called Milos Forman: What doesn't kill you....
The festival popular program, Marin Filmmakers, has been the most successful program created for the local film community, with some interesting films such as: The Pastoralist, Persepolis, a Virtual Reconstruction, As The River Flows, Crescite, Strings Attached, The World of Dennis Patton, The Extractigators.
While the local filmmakers have been given an opportunity to shine with their films, Bay Area Showcase, will look at the filmmakers from the San Francisco Bay Area, with some very talented and hopeful filmmakers who have brought Hollywood to the North, with their films: Angeltown, Letters from Alcatraz, Youth, Stars, Solo.
With the popularity of animation films, the festival presents such films as: Jubilee, Resistance, Sirocco, Stars, and As The River Flows.
The festival as always pays extra attention to the current events, and this year is presenting two films on Syria and European refugee crisis, with Born in Syria, about an estimated 9 million Syrians who fled their homes, half of them children, and Europia, an odyssey from a dangerous country to a new world;, which should not be missed.
On the lighter side, an all dance and romance film from Spain, NO, A Flamenco Tale, a fictional musical film, which the action is expressed through dance and song.
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