The Screening Room- FOUR MUST SEE FILMS AT THE 24TH ARIZONA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Screening Room- FOUR MUST SEE FILMS AT THE 24TH ARIZONA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

FOUR MUST SEE FILMS

AT THE

24TH ARIZONA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

SEZ FEST STAFF

Omo Child: The River and the Bush

John Rowe, USA, 2014, 89 min.

(In Kara, Amharic, English with English subtitles)

 

For generations, people in the Ethiopian Omo Valley believed some children brought disease, drought, and death to the tribe. These children were killed. Lale Labukowas was 15 years old when he saw one of these children killed and learned that he had two older sisters who had also been killed. This film follows Lale’s journey to change this ancient practice.

 

$8.00 admission

Tuesday, April 14 – 8:00 p.m.

Diamond Tongues

Brian Robertson/Pavan Moondi,

Canada, 2014, 98 min.

 

Edith Welland dreams of being a successful actress but just can’t seem to make it happen. Things get worse when her ex-boyfriend takes up acting on a whim and immediately snags a leading role. Edith can’t figure out what she’s doing wrong.

 

$6.00 admission

 

Wednesday, April 15 – 6:00 p.m.

The Poet of Havana

Ron Chapman, Canada, 2014, 100 min.

 

Enter the world of internationally renowned Cuban musician Carlos Varela as he celebrates his 30th anniversary of poignant performances. Discover his cultural, political, and social significance. Follow his struggle for individual freedom, and his efforts to build bridges between Cuba, the United States, disenfranchised Cubans, and the people of the world. Filmed in Havana, with unique access, exclusive interviews, stunning concert footage and insider back-stage moments, Varela is joined by international stars: his friends, Jackson Browne, Benicio del Toro, Ivan Lins, Luis Enrique, Juan and Samuel Formel, Diana Fuentes, X Alfonso, Alexander Abreu and many more.

 

$8.00 admission

 

Thursday, April 16 – 7:30 p.m.

Mousse

John Hellberg, Sweden, 2014, 40 min.

(In Swedish with English subtitles)

 

During the year’s biggest horse race event, the betting center is a small Tobacco shop. Mousse is a man of pride and principles, but is fed up with living as a second-class citizen. This looks like his opportunity to score some fast cash.

 

$6.00 admission

 

Thursday, April 16 – 9:30 p.m.

All films play at

The Screening Room

127 East Congress Downtown

on the Modern Streetcar line

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