BEST OF THE FEST 2010: Audience Documentary Favorites

BEST OF THE FEST 2010: Audience Documentary Favorites
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Best of the Fest
Monday, June 28, 12:30 PM
Camelot Theatres
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BEST OF THE FEST 2010: Audience Documentary Favorites
96 Minute Running Time

The best documentaries of ShortFest as voted by the audience.


Packaged Films...


Born Sweet   

Born Sweet
Cambodia, 2010, 29 min.
Gorgeously photographed in Cambodia, Born Sweet tells the courageous and inspirational story of Vinh, a 15-year-old boy stricken with arsenic poisoning.... more



Bye Bye Now   

Bye Bye Now
Ireland, 2009, 15 min.
You might ask, "For whom the bell tolls?" In this case, the answer is the Irish phone booth, but the memories and the humor linger on.... more



Cohen on the Bridge:  Rescue at Entebbe   

Cohen on the Bridge: Rescue at Entebbe
Israel, 2009, 21 min.
A stylized black-and-white animated documentary depicting the 1976 hostage crisis in which a plane was hijacked and Israeli Jews were held in Entebbe, Uganda, the film is a tour-de-force of riveting action and a moving tribute to those who lost their lives.... more



Pax   

Pax
USA, 2010, 18 min.
This engrossing documentary traces the interwoven stories of a soldier who returns from Iraq totally disabled, and the dog who comes to him through a remarkable training course at the Bedford Correctional Facility for Women. Narrated by Glenn Close.... more



Wagah   

Wagah
Germany, 2009, 13 min.
Everyday at twilight, the border between Pakistan and India turns into a beguiling scene as the two sides engage in one of the most fascinating military maneuvers that you will ever see. Winner of awards at Berlin and festivals throughout Europe.... more





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