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2019 Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Films

Showtimes

2 Hr. 17 Min.
R
2018
Screening format: DCP

Get an edge on your Oscar pool by checking out the 2019 Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Films!

THE SHORTS:

Black Sheep
(dirs. Ed Perkins and Jonathan Chinn | UK | 2018)
Runtime: 27 minutes
After the high-profile killing of Damilola Taylor, Cornelius' family move out of London. But when they discover their new town is run by racists, Cornelius takes a drastic step to survive.

End Game
(dirs. Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman | USA | 2018)
Runtime: 40 minutes
Where will loved ones spend their last days? Who will be in the room? What feelings and secrets need to be shared with family before it is too late? End Game probes these questions and more as it follows visionary medical practitioners who are working on the cutting edge of life and death.

A Night at the Garden
(dir. Marshall Curry| USA| 2018)
Runtime: 7 minutes
In 1939, 20,000 Americans rallied in New York’s Madison Square Garden to celebrate the rise of Nazism – an event largely forgotten from history. A Night at the Garden transports audiences to this chilling gathering and shines a light on the power of demagoguery and anti-Semitism in America.

Lifeboat
(dirs. Skye Fitzgerald and Bryn Mooser | USA | 2018)
Runtime: 40 minutes
Volunteers from a German non-profit risk the waves of the Mediterranean to pluck refugees from sinking rafts pushing off from Libya in the middle of the night.

Period. End of Sentence.
(Dirs. Rayka Zahtabchi and Melissa Berton | India | 2018)
Runtime: 26 minutes
In a rural village outside Delhi, India, women lead a quiet revolution. They fight against the deeply rooted stigma of menstruation. Period. End of Sentence tells their story.

 

"A program worth seeing."
- Hollywood Reporter

"...provide their share of sad tales, but here, engaging filmmaking can temper the despair..."
- New York Times

"...carry plenty of emotional weight in their compact running times with stories that span life's breadth."
- Los Angeles Times