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Raise Your Voice

Live Q&A on Sunday, May 17 at 7:00pm
Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Maribeth Romslo

This moving documentary follows the passionate reporters of The Eagle Eye (the student run newspaper at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School) and their fight to report freely on issues as diverse as gun culture, global warming, and civil rights.

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The Seer and The Unseen

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Sara Dosa

Ragnhildur “Ragga” Jónsdóttir is an elf whisperer. Iceland’s huldufólk (elves, trolls, sprites) have a human champion in Ragga, who is now using her status to try and stop a highway across a lava field that is home to these creatures in this respectful and fascinating documentary.

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Song Without a Name

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Melina León

Lima, Peru, 1988. Georgiana, on the verge of giving birth to her first child, leaves her small Andean village in the hopes of getting free medical care in the city. Upon giving birth in a small clinic, the staff remove her baby and it vanishes.

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Son-Mother

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Mahnaz Mohammadi

On the edge of financial ruin, a desperate widow finally accepts a marriage proposal whose consequences could destroy her son. Iranian Documentary filmmaker Mahnaz Mohammadi has crafted a heartbreaking and compassionate debut fiction feature film that will leave viewers astounded.

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The Spy

Watch Friday, May 15 ONLY from 11:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Director: Jens Jonsson
Opening Presentation! Special video introduction by lead actress Ingrid Bolsø Berdal.
Sonja Wigert is one of Norway’s greatest actresses, starring in a number of films in the 1930s and winning worldwide acclaim. When the war breaks out, she finds herself in neutral Stockholm, until her father is imprisoned, forcing her into a game of cat-and-mouse with the Nazis.

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Stories I Didn't Know

Live Q&A on Sunday, May 17 at 5:00pm
Watch Sunday, May 17 Starting at 2:00 PM - May 23
Directors: Rita Davern, Melody Gilbert

As a child from St. Paul, MN, Rita Davern was always told, with pride, how her family once owned Pike Island at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers. While researching her ancestors’ immigration from Ireland, she begins to explore the complicated legacy of settling on Dakota land, and her quest for reconciliation begins in this eye-opening documentary.

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Sune vs. Sune

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Jon Holmberg

Eager to start fourth grade, Sune is suddenly confronted by the worst thing imaginable: another kid named Sune! A comedy interspersed with memorable sci-fi fantasy scenes amps up the everyday indignities and insecurities of Swedish family life. Recommended for Age 10+

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A Thief's Daughter

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Belén Funes

With a 6-month-old baby whose father works abroad, 22-year-old Sara is doing all she can to keep her head above water, but remains eager and confident. Enter Manuel, her father, fresh out of prison, seeking to re-enter his daughter’s life. Anchored by Greta Fernandez as Sara (whose performance won her Best Actress at the San Sebastian Film Festival) and Belen Funes’ razor-sharp direction and script (with Marçal Cebrian), A Thief’s Daughter is not to be missed.

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Those Who Remained

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Barnabás Tóth

In post-WWII Budapest, 16-year-old Holocaust survivor Klára still believes that her parents will return. When she meets Aladár, a 42-year-old doctor who lost his wife and two children in the death camps, she finds someone to live for. A tender, delicate story about the healing power of love. Shortlisted for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards.

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To the Ends of the Earth

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Kiyoshi Kurosawa

Celebrating 25 years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Uzbekistan, Yoko (J-Pop star Atusko Maeda), a reporter, heads to the landlocked country with a crew to file tourism reports. There, Yoko harbors a dream of becoming a singer while going through the motions of her job in this alienating place.

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Tuscaloosa

Live Q&A on Saturday, May 16 at 7:00pm
Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Philip Harder

In 1972, young Billy Mitchell is facing the draft, life after college, first love and a family mystery that may involve murder. A lush period piece from Minneapolis director Philip Harder. Based on the acclaimed novel by W. Glasgow Phillips and starring Devon Bostick, Natalia Dyer, Marchånt Davis, Tate Donovan, and YG.

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Veins of the World

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director: Byambasuren Davaa

When his father dies suddenly, Amra and his mother Zaya have to find a way to survive on the often harsh Mongolian steppes. To make matters worse, gold mining threatens both their livelihood herding goats… and Amra’s dream to be on Mongolia’s Got Talent.

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Virtual Shorts: Comedies

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director(s): Various

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Virtual Shorts: International Documentaries

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director(s): Various

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Virtual Shorts: LGBTQ+ Identities

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director(s): Various

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Virtual Shorts: MN Made Docs 1

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director(s): Various

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Virtual Shorts: MN Made Docs 2

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director(s): Various

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Virtual Shorts: MN Made Dramas 1

Watch May 15 - May 23
Director(s): Various

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