FIVE GREAT FESTIVAL FILMS PLAYING AT CROSSROADS (Tucson) ON SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2012
Korinna Sehringer, Switzerland/USA, 2011, 88 min.
When successful novelist Wesley’s mother suffers a stroke and falls into a coma, he returns to the San Carlos Apache Reservation to be with his family. There, he learns that they have not forgiven him for leaving them and using their likenesses in his novel.
(Filmmaker in attendance) Admission $6
A SISTER’S CALL
Rebecca Schaper/Kyle Tekiela, USA, 2012, 79 min.
After two decades of searching, Rebecca found her missing brother. He is homeless and mentally ill. Determined to help him, she and her family must confront some painful secrets.
(Filmmakers in attendance)
Valeria Fernández /Dan De Vivo, USA, 2012, 90 min.
Nine year old Kathy and Sheriff Arpaio have different ideas about immigration law enforcement and justice. The wrong decision risks devastating consequences for affected individuals, local government and Arizona. (Filmmakers in attendance)
Rubaiyat Hossain, Bangladesh, 2011, 119 min.
Meher prefers to bury the memory of war in the soft forms of her sculpture. But when her young niece wants to hear about the past, Meher must face the truth head-on and finally mourn the love she lost. Admission $8
Justin Thomas Ostensen, USA, 2012, 98 min.
Desperate for creative inspiration after his first and only film, horror screenwriter “Jack the Hack” (Edward Furlong) makes a deal with his agent to sequester himself inside a meat locker in order to avoid worldly distractions and to induce ideas for his next big project. (Filmmaker in attendance) Admission $8
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