NEPA Film Festival – March 29th – Sunday Films
March 29 @ 12:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Sunday Film Schedule
All films will be shown at The Ritz Theater, 222 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton
$10/Film Block or $20/Sunday All Day Pass
12:30-2:15 International Feature
OMAR AND US (1:45)
By Mehmet Bahadir er and Maryna er Gorbach
A recently retired Turkish soldier struggles to adjust to civilian life while facing his prejudices.
2:30-3:15 International Shorts
THE QUIET (10:00)
By Radheya Jegatheva
When an astronaut ponders on the quietude of space, he comes upon a startling self-realization.
COFFIN DECOLETTE (05:57)
By Nancy Kamal
This film highlights the suffering of an impoverished middle-class Egyptian child bride.
By Radheda Jegatheva
A film that explores the relationship between man and technology…told from the perspective of a phone.
THE FUNERAL DANCER (09:00)
By Natalie MAcMahon
The Funeral Dancer is an acerbic statement about our soulless smartphone culture.
By Cortometraje Manuel
Manuel lives far from his family, immersed in a routine from which he can´t escape.
3:30-4:30 Local NEPA Films
THE BACK BREAKERS – (00:06:00)
By Alexander Monelli
A portrait of a small independent wrestling promotion in Archbald , Pennsylvania and the unique people involved.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN’S BODY – (00:22:00)
By Jeff Boam
This R-rated comedy laughably based on real events finds two unemployed mechanics trying to blackmail Charlie Chaplin’s family for the return of his stolen remains.
SING TO ME (00:21:00)
By Luz Cabrales
A short film about the beautiful and intimate experience of two friends that use the power of love and friendship to help cope with loss and grief.