Schedule for Saturday, May 18, 2019

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$15 All Access Day Pass For Saturday May 18, 2019 - Gateway Community College

Good For All Films Sat May 18, 2019 At Gateway Community College
This Saturday, $15 ALL ACCESS Discount Day is ticketed through the NHIFF ticketing vendor FilmFreeway. Service fees may apply. This pass is an ALL ACCESS Day and Evening Discount Pass for Saturday May 18, 2019. It allows the bearer to attend any day or evening films at Gateway Community College.   All day pass for all the films you can see. All seating is first come first served. Ticket holders of online sales must arrive no later than 20 minutes before a screening for priority seating. Single tickets are cash only, sold at the the festival information desk in front of Room N100 and may or may not be available online. All shows are subject to change without notice.   

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05.18.19
8:58 am
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International Shorts

Sat 9:00am May 18 Gateway Community College
International Shorts Sat 9:00am: Gutargu, Three Short Tales of Forgiveness, The Snag, The Coin

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05.18.19
9:00 am
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"Stateless" Starving For Your Art

Sat 12:15pm May 18 - Gateway Community College
Five years documentation of Adi Khavous's life, an artist who chose a vagabond lifestyle. Adi left home in Israel and now lives in Canada as a solitary immigrant, pursuing his dream to breakthrough as a rock 'n' roll singer. 

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05.18.19
9:00 am
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"Letter from Masanjia"

Sat 9:00am Sat May 17 - Gateway Community College
When a woman in Oregon opens a box of Halloween decorations and finds a distressing letter written by a political prisoner from inside a Chinese labour camp, her discovery makes waves across major news outlets worldwide.

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05.18.19
9:00 am
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Under Graduate Student Shorts I

Sat 9:15am May 18 Gateway Community College
Undergraduate Student Shorts I Sat 9:15am: CORE , The Asent, Korean American, Project ADAM

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05.18.19
9:15 am
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"Mission Wolf: Experiment in Living" & "Black Mountain"

Sat 9:15am May 18 - Gateway Community College
Mission Wolf: Experiment in Living is the story of rescued wolves on wild lands in Colorado and the volunteers who keep them alive. Black Mountain is Delhi's largest landfill, dominating the lives of those who live from it and in close vicinity. 

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05.18.19
9:15 am
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PSAs, Ads & Micro Shorts....And Anything Else Short

Sat 9:45am May 18 Gateway Community College
PSA, Ads & Micro Shorts Sat 9:45am: New Conversation, Jim's Introduction to Gender Identity, The Healing of Hospice, Will you answer the Call?, I See The Roses, Autotorino. A history of passion, Puppy, The River

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05.18.19
9:45 am
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"The Nuns, The Priests And The Bombs" & "Atomkraftwerk Zwentendorf"

Sat 10:15am May 18 - Gateway Community College
The Nuns, The Priests and The Bombs - In July 2012 three intruders broke into the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, known as America’s “Fort Knox of Uranium”. Y-12 stores enough highly enriched uranium to make some 10,000 nuclear bombs. Atomkraftwerk Zwentendorf is a monument to the power of public protest and the potential of a democratic vote.

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05.18.19
10:15 am
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Under Graduate Student Shorts II

Sat 10:15am May 18 Gateway Community College
Undergraduate Shorts II Sat 9:15am: Headlock, Ash, Flicker, Spectrum, Homeless In Hartford, It’s Me Again, Showtime

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05.18.19
10:15 am
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"Olympia" Struggles Navigating Work & Romance In The Windy City

Sat 10:30am May 18 - Gateway Community College
Olympia is a struggling artist, navigating work and romance in the Windy City. When her boyfriend asks her to drop everything and move cross-country, she soon discovers that her biggest obstacle may be herself.

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05.18.19
10:30 am
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Short Docs Block II

Sat 10:30am May 18 Gateway Community College
Short Docs II Sat 10:30am: Free Falling, Breaking Free, Doom Vibrations, First Medicine

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05.18.19
10:30 am
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"Unraveling Athen" Chronicling The Journey Of Women Tennis Champions

Sat 10:30am May 18 - Gateway Community College
Unraveling Athena is a feature documentary that chronicles the journey that Women Tennis Champions pass through – from small child with a large racket, to ranked player, and ultimately to WTA number one in the world, and beyond - her Journey after reaching the pinnacle.

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05.18.19
10:30 am
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"Peat, Palm, Haze"

Sat 11:00pm May 18 - Gateway Community College
The burning of the peat forests throughout tropical Southeast Asia creates significant haze pollution that poses significant challenges to human health and the economies of the region. A government-sponsored transmigration program fueled the boom of oil palm farming and local minorities were displaced. Scientists, government officials, local farmers and displaced minorities present their conflicting points of view.

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05.18.19
11:00 am
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Graduate Student Shorts

Sat 12:00am May 18 Gateway Community College
Graduate Student Shorts Sat 12:00pm: Dead End Job, Let's Be Friends, Dear Pope Francis, A Farewell, Eme, Lost and Found

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05.18.19
12:00 pm
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Animations Block

Sat 12:00pm May 18 Gateway Community College
Animation Shorts Sat 12:00pm: The Blues Crab, Mogu and Perol, Smoke's Last Thought, The Spirit Seam, Icons, The Hollow Moon, The Dandy: A Tale of Tails, Telling People You're Native American When You're Not Native Is A Lot Like Telling A Bear You're A Bear When You're Not A Bear, Lilly Goes Fishing

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05.18.19
12:00 pm
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"More Than Words: The Photography Of Newsman Bob Paley" The Poet With A Lens

Sat 12:00pm May 18 - Gateway Community College
Bob Paley, a photojournalist with Albany’s Knickerbocker News, was described as a poet with a camera. Often with a single photo, Paley captured the mood, the moment and the meaning of the forces that rocked mid-twentieth century America.

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05.18.19
12:00 pm
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"Electric Love" Romantic Comedy About Online Dating In L.A.

Sat 12:15pm May 18 - Gateway Community College
Electric Love 79 min. Dir. Aaron Fradkin - Four couples traverse the modern dating scene in Los Angeles utilizing popular dating apps. Director Biography - Aaron Fradkin Aaron Fradkin is an L.A. based Writer & Director. Originally from Western Massachusetts, he attended Boston University where he majored in Film/TV. Since moving out to Los Angeles, he's worked at various production companies and advertising agencies, but now independently produces music video's, short films, and features. In 2012, along with his producing partner, he wrote and directed his own micro-budget film, 15 North. The film premiered at several festivals around the country and took home the “Best Feature Film” award at the SENE Film Festival. Most recently, Aaron completed his second feature film, Electric Love, produced by his production company, Social House Films. Director Statement No film is made by just one person. It's corny but true. This film would not have been what it is without my partner from another planet, Victoria Fratz; co-writer and executive producer. She was the one who breathed life into the female perspective and the difficulties that come with dating in the modern age. There's two sides to every story. What makes 'Electric Love' special for me is the amalgamation of different voices and perspectives wrapped into one - no matter gender, sexual preference, or choice of dating app. Still, we're all so consumed by our own lives, it's easy to forget how eerily similar we are to one another. We're incredibly proud to have made a film that explores the excruciatingly painful miscommunications between couples, and why, in a technological age where communication is meant to be simplified, often times feels so overly-complicated.

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05.18.19
12:15 pm
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DRAMATIC SHORTS Part IV

Sat 12:15pm May 18 Gateway Community College
Dramatic Shorts IV Sat 12:15pm: BAiL, Snowflake, No Returns, Dolls don't die

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05.18.19
12:15 pm
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High School Student Shorts

Sat 12:30pm May 18 Gateway Community College
High School Student Shorts Sat 12:30pm : The Grounded Astronaut, Half Life (Or The Partial Life of Alex), Screen Age, Pop, The Goldfish, Left and Right, Mining An Asteroid

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05.18.19
12:30 pm