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Here is your chance to see some of the best short documentaries from YoFIFest 2018! Take a look at the line up below to see what is playing.

Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door.


This showcase includes (in alphabetical order):

The Honeys and Bears 

dir: Veena Rao (4 minutes/USA)

Members of the Harlem Honeys and Bears, a synchronized swim team for seniors, describe the freedom of the water.


dir: Shiri Paamony Eshel (26 minutes/USA)

MARIA is the story of an 18 year old poet, daughter of Mexican immigrants from the Bronx. Her family moved between housing projects and shelters and and there was little hope for a better future. In the face of poverty, homelessness and depression, Maria found hope and healing in the power of words; HER words.


dir: Rhett Bradbury (12 minutes/USA)

One man’s shoe is another man’s dream. This is the story of Frank, an Italian immigrant who's lifelong passion to repair shoes.

Thou Shalt Not Tailgate

dir: Greg Hamilton (25 minutes/USA)

Art car prankster, retired postman, and ordained minister Rev. Charles "Chuck" Linville is one-of-a-kind and proud of it.  A cross between a collector, provocateur and outsider artist living in Portland, Oregon, he stands in weird contrast to the world around him. Told through a collection of humorous stories and adventures, "Thou Shall Not Tailgate" pokes fun at art, religion and politics, while following the Rev. Linville as he lives and creates on his own terms.

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