【ONLINE 6/4〜】Non-Fiction Program 2
|Venue||Omotesando Hills Space O||2022.06.12 [Sun] 13:30 – 15:20|
- Special Screening
Churchill, Manitoba, is a famous destination for photographing polar bears. We’ve seen the majestic images and classic wildlife series captured here - but what do these bears see of us? Through a shift in perspective, Nuisance Bear reveals an obstacle course of tourist paparazzi and wildlife officers whom bears must navigate during their annual migration.
Jack Weisman & Gabriela Osio Vanden / 0:13:52 / Canada / Non-Fiction / 2021
Every year, thousands of people flock to Yangon from rural dry zone to work in the factories. Ma Nwet Yin Win is one of them. She left her home on an island in the Ayeyarwaddy River twenty years ago, fighting for workers’ rights.
May Thin Kyi / 0:14:31 / Myanmar / Non-Fiction / 2021
After the 2008 crisis Socorro Arenas began his career as an extra with the dream of becoming an actor one day. This documentary tells his story and, perhaps, that of many extras.
Nacho Fernández / 0:15:52 / Spain / Non-Fiction / 2021
Where Is My Darling?
- Special Screening
Where is My Darling? follows Lanz Priestley, a charismatic homeless man who owns nothing but a phone and a Facebook page. When Lanz discovers that taps have run dry in the drought-stricken outback, he raises the money to deliver drinking water himself.
Adam Finney / 0:20:45 / Australia / Non-Fiction / 2021
Special Screening: Academy Award short documentary winner
The Queen of Basketball
The Queen of Basketball is an electrifying portrait of Lusia “Lucy” Harris who scored the first basket in women’s Olympic history and was the first and only woman officially drafted into the N.B.A. Despite her incredible accomplishments, Harris, who died unexpectedly on January 18, has remained largely unknown ? until now. Here, she shares her story in her own words.
Ben Proudfoot / 0:22:03 / United States / Non-Fiction / 2021
SSFF & ASIA 2022 Official Competition Sponsor
Japan Visualmedia Translation Academy