Virtual Shorts: MN Made Docs 2

  • 9 Degrees 9 Degrees
  • Children of Spring Children of Spring
  • Danger Daisy Danger Daisy
  • Hip Hop in Ojibwe Country Hip Hop in Ojibwe Country
  • Humans@Work | Portrait of a Potter Humans@Work | Portrait of a Potter
  • Lightning vs. Thunder Lightning vs. Thunder
  • Little Earth: Pride of a People Overcoming Pain of the Past Little Earth: Pride of a People Overcoming Pain of the Past
  • Viewfinder Viewfinder

Showings

Digital Screening Room Fri, May 15
Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$5.00
Film Info
Programs:Shorts
Documentary
Minnesota Made
Women & Film
Tags:Documentary
Arts
Visual Arts
Culture & Society
Women Directors
Minnesota Made
Indigenous Peoples
Native American
Youth
Sports
Music
Photography
Runtime:90 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
Ojibwe
Greek
Cast/Crew
Director:Various

Description

Available to Watch May 15 at 11:00 AM - May 23 11:59 PM | Access to MSPIFF39 Redefined is geo-restricted to viewers in Minnesota and a MN billing address is required to purchase a ticket. The short film programs are not available to watch using the Apple TV and Roku TV apps.

Humans@Work: Portrait of a Potter: In a world where family businesses are vanishing, this is a story about the perseverance of staying true to your purpose.
Director: Elena Valentine | Runtime: 8 min | Country: USA | 2019 | English


Little Earth: Pride of a People Overcoming Pain of the Past: This documentary highlights the pride and humanity of the community, sharing both the challenges and joys, while attempting to break down negative stereotypes of what it means to be Native American.
Director: Josh Chitwood | Runtime: 18 min | Country: USA | 2019 | English, Ojibwe


Children of Spring: A group of kids take us on a journey into Minneapolis’ biggest parade, as the event is struggling to survive.
Director: Sebastian Schnabel | Runtime: 6 min | Country: USA | 2019 | English


Lightning vs. Thunder: An eight-year-old girl and an Afghanistan war veteran develop an unlikely friendship and find inspiration on the softball field.
Directors: AJ Schnack, Nathan Truesdell | Runtime: 20 min | Country: USA | | English


Danger Daisy: It wasn't until the 2014 winter Olympics that women were allowed to participate in Ski Jumping. Now a young female athlete fights for the right to compete on the same size hills as her male counterparts.
Director: Rachel Knoll | Runtime: 3 min | Country: USA | 2019 | English


Hip Hop in Ojibwe Country: An intimate, musical portrait of young Ojibwe Hip Hop artists in Minnesota, in the Twin Cities and on the Rez.
Director: Sam Winter | Runtime: 18 min | Country: USA | 2019 | English, Ojibwe


Viewfinder: Every day for the past 23 years, Michael has taken a picture with a film camera. He has never shown them to anyone, until now.
Director: Melody Gilbert | Runtime: 4 min | Country: USA | 2020 | English


9 Degrees: This is the story of 5 brothers and 4 sisters, separated by distance and decades, coming together for the first time, thanks to online DNA testing.
Directors: Kalim Armstrong , Demetre Papapgeorgiou | Runtime: 13 min | Country: USA | 2019 | English, Greek


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Included Shorts

Humans@Work | Portrait of a Potter (8min) More
Little Earth: Pride of a People Overcoming Pain of the Past (18min) More
Children of Spring (6min) More
Lightning vs. Thunder (20min) More
Danger Daisy (3min) More
Hip Hop in Ojibwe Country (18min) More
Viewfinder (4min) More
9 Degrees (13min) More