Clammerhead // Natalie Taylor :: Clammerhead and other North Carolina fishermen like him combat cheap shellfish imports from other states and an unpredictable demand, which keep the prices for oysters and clams low and limits the harvest pressures on the resource.
Three Red Sweaters // Martha Gregory :: Using her grandfather’s 16mm family films, a woman explores how our memories are changing now that we have the technology to document every moment of our lives.
At the Door of The Sky Tent // Matt Hulse :: Part road movie, part safari, artist filmmaker Matt Hulse takes you on a dream-like journey to the far west of Outer Mongolia. A remarkable score by The Kugyershin Family propels this eye-opening adventure into remote areas of great beauty, populated by wrestlers, eagle hunters, Buddhist monks and nomadic families. This striking, visceral film contains intimate scenes of lamb slaughter during Eid festival that some may find upsetting.
Water Warriors // Michael Premo :: Water Warriors is the story of a community’s successful resistance against the oil and gas industry. When an energy company begins searching for natural gas in New Brunswick, Canada, indigenous and white families unite to drive out the company in a campaign to protect their water and way of life.
Gut Hack // Kate Mclean and Mario Furloni :: After a lifetime of intestinal problems, Josiah Zayner declared war on his own body’s microbes.
Little Red Pocketbook // Holly Holder :: Tells the story of the brave students attending the all-black Adkin High School in Kinston, NC, in 1952.