2023 FILMS C-F Go here for Passes
Call Me Anytime, I'm Not Leaving
Two days after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Lesya Verba, a Brooklyn-based artist and performer, gets through to her older sister in Odessa, Ukraine via FaceTime. Through the frame of this first FaceTime conversation since the day everything changed
10 min. | USA | Documentary Short
PSCC April 1, 12:00 pm
Chasing The Championship
Chrissy Rouse was not your typical bike racer. Part time maths teacher and successful podcast host, he faced a huge challenge in 2020 to come back from injury and compete for the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 title.
54 min. | UK | Documentary Feture
PSCC April 3, 4:30 pm
An eloquent radical who shook up things in every milieu he encountered, nothing Clancy Sigal ever wrote was predictable, except for the compassion, dark humor and demand for social justice always at the core.
Warren Leming, JK Jacobsen
88 min. | USA | Documentary Feature
PSCC April 2, 7:30 pm
This is a story about a man and a cat. No sorry… A man, a cat and a dream. Wait… probably a man, a cat, a dream and a vespa! It’s about relationships and how they can shape our life forever. Maybe it’s just a story about a man and a cat. But a good one.
Andre Marques Almeida
7 min. | PORTUGAL | Animation
PSCC April 3, 4 pm
Dicks That I Like
Visual artist Daniela Torres creates colorful ceramic dick sculptures inspired by the men who have been dicks to her. In this intimate artist portrait, Daniela shares her struggles, anger and catharsis as she creates a sculpture modelled after a series of unsolicited dick pics.
13 min. | GERMANY | Documentary Short
PSCC March 31, 9 pm
Dancing At The Royal Palaces
Last year the Danish Royal Family opened their private residence, Amalienborg Palace, to host a brand new choreographed ballet. The ballet is performed in the four Great Halls of the four different palaces that constitute Amalienborg Palace.
29 min. | DENMARK | Documentary Short
PSCC April 1, 2:30 pm
Tobias Praetorius, Fred Salmon
Dream Of Glass
Manuele, a blind person, goes on a journey to discover the island of Ventotene, where through a multi-sensory workshop he will get in touch with the children at the school, while also in a constant mutual and enriching exchange with the people and the wild.
21 min. | ITALY | Documentary Short
PSCC March 31, 2:00 pm
The only thing Ross Edmonds wanted to do was ride bulls, even after he broke his neck twice. Trying to cope with life the way his mother taught him, through drinking and drugs, he nearly killed himself. After his son was taken away from him he knew he had to find another way of living.
19 min. | USA | Documentary Short
PSCC April 3, 12 pm
En Sus Manos
Three generations of women prepare to perform at the Cuban circus in Havana, Cuba, each for different acts, on different occasions, but all under the same enchanting red and white striped tent, an otherworldly space which pulses with reflections on age, femininity, and dreams.
16 min. | USA | Documentary Short
PSCC March 30, 11:30 am
Feeling Of Betrayal
Texas Department of Family Protective and Services to investigate families providing their transgender children with gender-affirming care, her family had to make a difficult decision: leave home or live under the threat of separation.
9 min. | USA | Documentary Short
PSCC April 2, 4 pm
OliviaYarvis, Texas Tribune
Georgetown University was going to go bankrupt in 1838 unless its Jesuit priests came up with a lot of money. So they decided to sell hundreds of enslaved people who worked on their plantations. Six generations later, their descendants are reconnecting, thanks to new DNA databases.
14 min. | USA | Documentary Short
PSCC April 3, 2:00 pm
26 min. | USA | Documentary Short
PSCC March 30, 6:30 pm
When Sarah loses her boyfriend in a plane crash, she dives into a project studying bird mortality for a wind turbine company in the California desert. Working at night all alone for over a year, she comes to terms with her grief through her relationship with her tracking dogs as they catalog remains.
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25 mins. | NORWAY | Documentary Short
PSCC April 1, 1:30 pm
A look at Norwegians living in Torrevieja in Spain, and their thoughts on travelling to a foregin country in search of happiness and asking the question "Why is it okay for some people to seek happiness, but not for others?".
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From Light And Dust
26 min. | TAIWAN | Documentary Short
PSCC April 1, 4:00 pm
What is light? When you wake up every morning, open your curtains, and see that the day’s light has come again, it’s no big deal. For nature, however, it’s an important clue in controlling biological and physiological changes in life forms.
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