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Saturday, April 29 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Documentary Shorts Block 2

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Home Waters 0:14:43 Three high school girls trek 50 miles from Florida’s Rainbow Springs State Park to the Gulf of Mexico to explore the hidden rivers, springs, and forests in their backyards. Their journey covers an important, yet unprotected, area of the Florida Wildlife Corridor and helps connect the next generation to our last remaining wild places in the Sunshine State.

I Never Had Dreams of My Son 016:16 After five years of war, a Ukrainian father finds proof his missing son may still be alive in captivity.

Keep Looking Up 0:04:53 It's almost a natural human instinct to look up at the stars and ponder what's around us. I would like to share my journey into astrophotography, the things I have seen and captured, and what impact gazing upon deep space objects has on the soul. What inspiration can be gained from this hobby?

Below Surface 0:19:22 BELOW SURFACE reveals the extraordinary power of community through an unlikely subject: a YMCA Aquafit class. The documentary gathers numerous moving stories of a multicultural and multigenerational Aquafit class to demonstrate how kindness and caring for others, combined with exercise, can be an antidote for grief, stress, and physical illness. The heartwarming honesty of the participants is a reminder of the power we all have to support one another.

Dear Tampa Bay 0:20:26Tampa Bay is one of the areas in our nation most vulnerable to climate change. Referred to as an area with high risk and low readiness, the region has large populations, including communities with high social vulnerability, and extensive development in flood-prone areas.
But Tampa Bay isn't alone, communities across the Gulf coast face similar climate impacts. From sea-level rise, storm surge, extreme rainfall, and water quality and quantity, communities in coastal Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Florida share their lessons learned and solutions employed. Together we can build resilience to a changing climate.

John Dee 0:16:49 The film follows the title character John Dee as he examines the arc of his life. When he was younger, John Dee was known for playing a significant role in Terrence Malick's award-winning film The Thin Red Line. John Dee's character Edward P. Train was responsible for the film's entire through-line of prose narration, an element that The Thin Red Line has been lauded for over the years. Following 9/11, he disappeared into the military to serve. John Dee recounts how the trauma he suffered as a boy contributed to his landing and then expanding his role in The Thin Red Line. John Dee's story is one of loss, trauma, failure, and, ultimately, redemption. He candidly recounts the life of tragedy, struggle, and diligence that led him to embrace jiu-jitsu as a lifestyle and find a path to healing.

Total Duration: 1:32:29 

Saturday April 29, 2023 4:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
AMC Sundial 12 Theatre #3
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