Schedule

Title Information Date Venues
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"Book Week" LOL Comedy From Down Under

Thur 5:00pm May 16 - Gateway Community College
Book Week 96 min. Australia Dir. Heath Davis - Book Week is a shaggy dark comedy about a disgraced novelist turned English teacher trying to find redemption

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05.16.19
5:00 pm
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"Harvest Season" New Haven Premiere

5:00pm Thursday May 16 Gateway Community College
Harvest Season delves into the lives of people who work behind the scenes of the premium California wine industry, during one of the most dramatic grape harvests in recent memory. The film follows the stories of Mexican-American winemakers and migrant workers who are essential to the wine business, yet are rarely recognized for their contributions.    

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05.16.19
5:00 pm
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"I Can Only Be Mary Lane" & Music Videos CT Premieres

6:30pm Thur May 16 - Gateway Community College
Chicago singer Mary Lane is one of the last living legends of American Blues.
I Can Only Be Mary Lane 60 min. Dir. Jesseca Ynez Simmons - Born in 1935, Chicago singer Mary Lane is one of the last living legends of American Blues. If only the world knew. At 82, Mary Lane is one of the last legendary Blues musicians that made the Great Migration from America’s south. With Music Videos and related shorts: Ain't No Mystery, The Drive, I Can Only Be Mary Lane, Birth of Afrobeat, Valley of the Bones, One Day

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05.16.19
6:30 pm
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Warriors To Lourdes & John Paul II in Ireland: A Plea For Peace

Thur 6:45pm May 16 - Gateway Community College
Awareness around the invisible wounds of war has only recently begun to surface. In addition to mental and emotional suffering, moral injury has emerged as the spiritual aspect of trauma.  Warriors to Lourdes highlights the transformative experience of the annual (WTL) pilgrimage for wounded, ill and injured veterans seeking physical and spiritual healing.  

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05.16.19
6:45 pm
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"The Dog Walker" Psychological Thriller World Premiere

6:45pm Thur May 16 - Gateway CC
An investigative journalist, crippled with an anxiety disorder, retires from the field after a traumatic assignment on a dogfighting ring but is forced to confront the unresolved story when a psychotic stalker causes her new life to unravel.  

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05.16.19
6:45 pm
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"Bernadette" LYAO Award Winning Romantic Comedy

8:15pm Thur May 16 From The City That Brought You "Bueller"
1994 was the perfect summer... for heartache. At 15, Archie Kinsler has an impossible goal: to win the heart of Bernadette, a much older French foreign exchange student and local lifeguard, before she returns home at the end of the season. To gain her affection, Archie enlists the help of his first boss, Dixon, a local lothario, suburban legend, and the park district’s least valuable employee. Under Dixon's tutelage, Archie and his friends learn about love, adulthood, and all the things that books can’t teach.

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05.16.19
8:15 pm
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"Long Lost" Psycho Thriller By CT Director: Erik Bloomquist

Thur 8:15pm May 16 - Gateway Community College
ong Lost 94 min. Dir. Erik Bloomquist - Long Lost stars Adam Weppler (The Cobblestone Corridor) as Seth, a young man invited to spend a weekend at the Connecticut mansion of his long lost millionaire half-brother Richard (Nicholas Tucci, You’re Next). With the help of his enigmatic live-in girlfriend Abby (Catherine Corcoran, Terrifier), Richard leads Seth down a psychosexual rabbit hole wherein luxury and temptation are intermingled with treachery and taboo.

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05.16.19
8:15 pm
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"A Field Afar"

Thur 8:45pm May 16 - Gateway Community College
The Field Afar: The Life of Fr. Vincent Capodanno 52 min. Directors: Tim Moriarty and Jake Ehrlich - The life story of Vincent Capodanno, a Catholic Priest who received the Medal of Honor for his valor as a chaplain to the Marine Corps during some of the most harrowing battles of the Vietnam war.  

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05.16.19
8:45 pm
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$20 All Access Day Pass For Friday May 17, 2019 - Gateway Community College

Good For All Films Fri May 17, 2019 At Gateway Community College
This Friday, $20 ALL ACCESS Discount Day and Evening Pass is ticketed through the NHIFF ticketing vendor FilmFreeway. Service fees may apply. This pass is an ALL ACCESS Day and Evening Discount Pass for Friday May 17, 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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05.17.19
8:59 am
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"Bozkirk" Look At The Birds

Fri 9:30am May 16 - Gateway Community College
Abdullah and Cripple Ziya are gun dealers in the Bozkir district of Konya. They put honesty, honor, and dignity before anything else. One day, Abdullah and Cripple Ziya visit Abdullah’s friend Bekir the Potter whom Abdullah has known from his time in military service. They find out that Bekir is not home. His wife Suheyla invites them in and serves them a cold beverage. When Abdullah steps out for a mere second, Cripple Ziya harasses Suheyla. When Abdullah comes back inside.......  

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05.17.19
9:30 am
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DRAMATIC SHORTS Part III

10:00am Friday May 17
Dramatic Shorts III Fri 10:00am: The Stone Maker, Blind Date, Lola, Rockaway Sunset, Mr. Roberts

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05.17.19
10:00 am
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UK Shorts USA Premieres

10:45am Friday May 17
UK Shorts Fri 10:45am: Foreign,  Uncle Ted, La Merde,  The Great British Race Off

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05.17.19
10:45 am
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"Sweet Caroline" Twisted Mind Bender

Fri 11:45am Fri May 17 - Gateway Community College
Sweet Caroline 105 min. Dir. Jorge Xolalpa Jr. - Life for a happy couple descends slowly into madness after a very raw tragedy strikes them.

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05.17.19
11:45 am
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"7th Generation"

11:45pm Fri May 17 - Gateway Community College
Human Rights, Violated Civil Rights
  “7th Generation” covers generations of history, including the perspectives of Jim E Warne (Oglala Lakota) an advocate and educator. His story of the 7th Generation touches many levels of history and the unknown experiences of past generations. This documentary film addresses historical and current perspectives from Lakota elders and community members with a focus on a positive future for all of our youth - the 7th Generation… Wounded Knee - Black Elk - Indian Policies - Boarding Schools - Mt. Rushmore - Crazy Horse - The future for the 7th Generation

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05.17.19
11:45 am
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"Sustainable Nation" & "The Blue Island" Caring For A Water Starved World!

Fri 12:00pm Fri May 17 - Gateway Community College
Sustainable Nation, an hour-long documentary from Imagination Productions, follows three individuals working to bring sustainable water solutions to an increasingly thirsty planet.

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05.17.19
12:00 pm