Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Shorts Block 6

Sun Feb 18 2018, 04:00 PM - 05:30 PM

Swan Song: Van is an 86-year-old twin from Brooklyn who dreams of sailing the world until he dies. Following a man and his dream to spend his remaining days at sea, SWAN SONG is an inspiring reminder that you’re never too old to follow your dreams. (13 min)

The Human Face: Kazuhiro Tsuji’s artistry lies within his keen interest and ability to bring to light the intricacies of the human face through sculpture. THE HUMAN VOICE expresses how the minuscule details of the human face are simply the tip of the iceberg for us to understand the thoughts and emotions hidden underneath. (14 min)

Three Thousand: Diving into the National Film Board’s vast archive, Inuk artist, Asinnajaq, parses through a vast and complicated cinematic representation of Alaska Inuits, harvesting fleeting truths and representations via newsreels, propaganda, ethnographic docs, and works of Inuit filmmakers. Embedding historic footage into original animation, Asinnajaq conjures up a vision of hope and beautiful possibility. (14 min)

They Come Home: Two dedicated pigeon breeders decide to enter their pigeons into a local competition. Focusing on their love for the tradition and their passion for the birds, THEY COME HOME paints a quiet portrait of interspecies connection and male friendship, paying homage to a unique community in New York City. (20 min)

Location: MCT 425 E. Broadway Missoula, MT