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- 'Films' of: April 17-23, 2020
Description: Welcome to the 19th Annual Tiburon International Film Festival, a showcase for the independent feature and short films from around the world. This year 26 countries are participating with subjects ranging from fiction, documentary, animation, current events.....to music.
The spotlight is on Hungarian Cinema, with some of their best and latest films including: Don Juan is Balding, Tall Tales (Apró mesék), Vault (Trezor), and Cargo (Der Transport).
The festival popular program, Marin Filmmakers has been the most successful program created for the local film community, with DeLorean - Living the Dream, directed by Jordan Livingston, which took him more than ten years to complete his film, and Better Than You Doin You, directed by Caroline Liviakis. The cast and crew of these films will be present at the screening.
While the local filmmakers have been given an opportunity to shine with their films, the Bay Area Showcase will look at the filmmakers from the San Francisco Bay Area, with some very talented filmmakers who will present their latest films: Silts, Me & My Robot, Knocking Down the Fences, Tango Body - A Love Story, and Who is Ida? The filmmakers and subjects of these films will be present for the Q&A.
To support the documentary films, the festival presents Desert One, directed by award winning director Barbara Kopple, about the story of President Carter’s dramatic attempt to rescue Americans taken hostage by Iranian revolutionaries in 1979, Hell (El Infierno), about Pademba Road, the notrious prison in Sierra Leone, Foreign Volunteers In the Hell of Raqqa, about the fightings of the Kurdish and Arab forces in Syria, Saz - The Key of Trust, about the power of music and the scope of the world, simultaneously a road movie and a quest for meaning, a breathtaking trip in the border regions between Europe and Asia, and The Donut Dollies, about the Vietnam War, that many Americans would still like to forget, and a small group of American women volunteered for a Red Cross program that sent them into a war zone with almost no training or preparation.
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