2012 Arizona International Film Festival
FILMS AT THE SCREENING ROOM on SUNDAY April 22, 2012
Start the day off with a FILM BRUNCH at SPARKROOT on 245 East Congress Tucson, Arizona
At SPARKROOT, you can pick up your 2 for 1 ticket which can get you 2 tickets to one show or 2 tickets for 2 shows.
You must make a purchase at SPARKROOT to receive your 2 for 1 ticket
Sunday, April 22, 2012 12:00 Noon
WAR ZONE/COMFORT ZONE
Like the men in their units, women soldiers work long hours, face serious injury, and are at risk for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Transitioning back to civilian life is especially difficult as female veterans lack many of the services and the support available for their male counterparts. (Lizzie Warren, USA, 2011, 57 min.)
preceded by WE WIN OR WE DIE
In 2011, Libyans protested Gaddafi’s brutal regime and laid siege to the impregnable Katiba fortress. One man’s heroic act breaches Katiba’s walls and liberates Benghazi. (Matthew Millan, USA/Libya, 2011, 21 min.)
Sunday, April 22, 2012 2:00pm
Fifteen year old Inocente is homeless. But she is also an artist whose vivid canvasses reach out to the world. Come give a warm welcome to the artist Inocente who will be attending the screening. (Sean Fine/Andrea Nix Fine, USA, 2011, 42 min.)
preceded by ARTIST IN THE MARGIN
Using all manner of discarded materials, sculptor Pierre Prévost creates an array of whimsical creatures. His preferred art galleries are the villages and countryside near his home in Southern France. (Emily Haddad, USA/France, 2011, 30 min.)
Sunday, April 22, 2012 4:00pm
In Juneau, Alaska, Cory Mann is a half-Tlingit, half-white, hustling entrepreneur, always on the move. Yet, for a couple months each year, he leaves the dollar concept behind. Instead, he heads north to smoke salmon in his home village. (Luke Griswold-Tergis/Cory Mann, USA, 2011, 81 min.)
preceded by ANO NUEVO COMCA’AC
This documentary explores the New Year traditions practiced by the Sonoran Seri Native American tribe, traditions which center on the motif of the sea turtle. (John Sheedy/Sandra Bustillos, USA, 2011, 12 min.)
Sunday, April 22, 2012 6:00pm
IL CACCIATORE DI ANATRE (THE DUCK HUNTER)
Duck season comes to a small, provincial Italian village celebrating it with a festival of wine, song, and dance. But the onset of World War II threatens the simple dreams of its various denizens. (Egidio Veronesi, Italy, 2011, 90 min.)
THE SCREENING ROOM is located at 127 EAST CONGRESS Tucson, Arizona
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