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“Building on the success of each passing year, we are excited to see our community is experiencing rapid expansion.
We received a staggering 247 percent increase in submissions,” said the festival’s programming president, Wendy Guerrero.
The Archer, directed by Valerie Weiss and written by Casey Schroen. High school archery champion Lauren has just landed in Paradise Trails, a brutal juvenile correctional facility in the wilderness, after hospitalizing a boy in self-defense. She quickly figures out that her dad’s accidental death was not accidental at all and the lists of possible suspects is very long.
But when Lauren learns how deep corruption runs at Paradise Trails under the pernicious rule of warden and bow-hunter, Bob, she plots her escape, with the aid of rebellious inmate Rebecca. Pure Country: Pure Heart, directed by Damon Santostefano and written by Holly Goldberg Sloan. When Ada and her sister, Piper, discover a letter about their late father, a Marine who died in Iraq, they embark on a secret quest beyond their life in rural Tennessee to discover the truth about the man they never knew.
Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its 3rd annual celebration of women in cinema, and “3 Generations,” a transgender drama starring Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts, and Susan Sarandon, has been selected as the opening feature on May 2.
Directed by Gaby Dellal, “3 Generations” tells the story of Ray (Fanning), a transgender teenager whose transition from female to male forces her family to make adjustments in their lives.
Mothers in the Middle, directed by Lauren Hollingsworth and written by Kaitlin Mc Laughlin, Inbal B. Served like a Girl, directed by Lysa Heslov, written by Lysa Heslov and Tchavdar Georgiev. Five women veterans who have endured unimaginable trauma in service create a shared sisterhood to help the rising number of stranded homeless women veterans by entering into a competition that unexpectedly catalyzes moving events in their own lives to bring them full circle in a quest for healing and hope The Gateway Bug, directed by Johanna B Kelly, written by Johanna B Kelly and Cameron Marshad. Over 2 billion people on earth eat insects for protein.
Women of the Silk Road, directed and written by Yassamin Maleknasr. Quality Problems, directed by Brooke Purdy and Doug Purdy, written by Brooke Purdy. Family To-Do-List: throw perfect eight-year-old’s birthday party, find wandering grandpa and deal with cancer in the left boob. At an age when everyone around them is settling down and finding love, Beck and Liam are self-proclaimed loners. Unbridled, directed by John David Ware and written by Bonne Bartron. Inspired by a healing ranch for troubled girls in North Carolina, “Unbridled” tells a tremendous story of redemption and triumph, exposing the atrocities of abuse, neglect and sex trafficking and the healing and redemption experienced by girls and horses who have suffered the same types of abuse. A Happening of Monumental Proportions, directed by Judy Greer and written by Gary Lundy. During the course of one day, a group of students at a school in Los Angeles find themselves caught up in a plot of sex, lies and dead bodies. Losing Sight of Shore, directed by Sarah Moshman, written by Sarah Moshman and Peter Saroufim. Four brave women set out to row across the Pacific Ocean from America to Australia. (USA) “Mully” depicts the extraordinary rags-to-riches story of Charles Mully, whose meteoric rise from orphaned poverty in Kenya leads him on an unimaginable journey of selflessness.
Saving Sally, directed by Avid Liongoren and written by Charlene Sawit-Esguerra, Carlo Ledesma and Avid Liongoren. A teenage comic book artist who secretly sees unpleasant people as cartoon-like monsters struggles to save his eccentric best friend (and love of his life) from her abusive foster parents–but she becomes involved with an older man who happens to be a monster too. After bonding over their mutual disinterest in relationships, they decide to go away together on a ‘friend’ trip. In Search of Fellini, directed by Taron Lexton and written by Nancy Cartwright and Peter Kjenaas. A shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, and sets off on a strange, beautiful journey across Italy to find him. Pray for Rain, directed by Alex Ranarivelo, written by Christina Moore and Gloria Musca. When Emma Gardner learns of her father’s untimely death, she returns to her home town to find that the idyllic farming community of her childhood has been ravaged by drought and is now a place tormented by gangs and the ill effects of extreme poverty.
They Charge for the Sun, directed by Terence Nance and written by Eugene Ramos, story by Terence Nance. In a dystopian future where people live nocturnally to avoid the harmful rays of the sun, a young girl unravels the lie that has kept her and her sister in the dark., directed and written by Enid Zentelis. A Chinese au pair, Min, is in America “to be the woman she can’t be in China”- a radical, outspoken feminist.
But her host mother, newly divorced Cindy, intends to use Min as dating bait.