For your viewing pleasure. . .
The following films are available for viewing online through the rest of October.
Note: These are just a few of the fifty-seven films accepted to MIFF this year. Many others are still doing the festival circuit and unable to allow internet viewing at this time.
Bodyhackers: directed by Dale Metz and TL Westgate 7:25
A daddy/daughter camping trip turns to terror, hilarity ensues!
Spirit: directed by Fabio Del Percio 6:42
After returning home in the desert, a woman-horse gets fascinated by a lady she sees at the TV. As soon as she recognizes the mountain from where the show is broadcasted, she precipitates out and climbs up to the peak to find that something else is waiting for her.
The story of a common occurrence – a stillborn – told in an uncommon way, and the journey a sister will make to meet her kin.
*Password: It is tasty
Residents of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone recall the oral history of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster while they define what home means to them.
A King’s Daughter: directed by Don Richards 20:42 (Georgia)
Sometimes a mother and daughter spend a lifetime wondering about each other and a miracle answers their questions.
Rick and Vivian struggle with the biggest challenge of their married life.
Eden: directed by Archangel 4:52
The Eden Project was launched to repopulate the Earth when the time is right.
Maggie’s Moment: directed by Jeremy Jung 2:00
Maggie, an aspiring performer, finally gets her chance to show what she’s made of at the annual open mic night.
The Promise: directed by John Cranman 4:10
An childless elderly couple come to the end of their rope. But things are not what they appear.
Give It a Chance: directed by Israel Bannister 13:00
An unusual employer hires a man for a job.
Episode 9 – “Peru” of the To the ENDS Film”: directed by Mark Koch & Chris Smith 13:00 1
2 months in the life of the action sports mission organization, Ride Nature
Big Trade #5: directed by Rusty Gillespie 12:30
Two men meet over their shared love of a strangely personal trading card game from their youth.
I See You: directed by Ryo Sato, Ayana Tashiro, and Masafumi Uemura 8:30 (Japan)
A house rumored to be haunted has found a buyer.