CZECH REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA
Q&A with director, co-writer and co-producer Julius Sevcik following the screening.
After a boy discovers that he is the reincarnation of a centuries-old Tibetan monk, his godfather takes him on an epic journey to discover his past in a story of profound faith and unconditional love.
OtherLife follows the story of a brilliant software engineer who must reclaim control of her revolutionary neurotechnology in order to save her comatose brother and prevent her business partner using it to imprison the minds of millions.
Fri, Oct 6 | 7:30pm | Regal UA Horton
Q&A following the screening with filmmakers Apo W. Bazidi and Goran Zaneti
From a refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border, an 8-year-old girl, EVLIN, characterizes the resistance of her homeland. Her heroes, the Kurdish female fighters, are defending the city of Kobane against the onslaught by ISIS militants. The power of the human spirit emanates through Evlin as she shows us that hope and resilience prevail even in the most tragic of circumstances.
Storm is the son of printer Klaas Voeten, who secretly busies himself with the printing of banned texts by Martin Luther. Storm’s secure life is completely ripped away when Klaas is arrested, and Storm flees just in time with the original letter. Now Storm’s becomes the central figure of a headhunt, instigated by the new Inquisitor and his soldiers.
Sat, Oct 7 | 11:30am | Regal UA Horton
Set in Switzerland in the early 1970s about a seemingly unremarkable housewife who must learn to be an unflinching suffragette leader. Winner of the Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award for Best Narrative Film.
Seyi, a bright young Nigerian-American working on Wall Street, must navigate complicated family expectations, a turbulent romantic relationship, and a system of cultural complexities caused by class and race. With a dying father, a burgeoning romance with a white girlfriend, and dangerous new business opportunities, Seyi’s life is in a delicate balance.
Sara, the daughter of Oliver and Julia suddenly disappears. Days pass by without any news about the girl. But one morning, the family receives a letter from someone who claims to have retained Sara and wants to talk with them that night.