Saturday, May 1 • 11:30am - 1:00pm

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Paese Che Vai - When In Rome (11:05) Italy; Luca Padrini; Florida Premiere (attending)
Set in a small town in the Italian countryside, a young and handsome Alfredo returns home after a long time along with his partner Mattia, an African American man. After meeting Alfredo's grandmother, the sweet and crazy Donna Maria, the pair go to see Alfredo's father, Sor Pucci. Alfredo must break the news to his old-fashioned father about his secret. Little did he know his secret will churn into a series of unexpected comic events. This tongue-in-cheek comedy runs parallels alongside the choices we make.
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/414323705

Horizon (15:00) Italy; Daniele De Muro
In the borderlands, crossed by climate refugees looking for safety, men face their primordial nature, in a bleak reality where the law of the strongest rules the world. Hidden in an underground shelter and resigned to his fate, the main character observes the definitive decline of society as it surrenders to the evil nature of men, until a special encounter, interpreted as a divine sign of light, turns on his faith and hope for the future of humanity.

Eulogy (6:17) UK; Mateo Willis; Florida Premiere
Moments before his funeral, a father’s dark past threatens the fragile peace between two brothers.
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/452517615

Standing Ovation (19:47) USA; Chase Gutzmore; St. Petersburg Premiere (attending)
Charles Henderson has been cast as the lead in a play about slavery written and directed by acclaimed director Kurt Santiago Charles is talented and determined, but Kurt is willing to do whatever it takes to get the best performance out of his actors to ensure his reputation, Even if that means sinking into the dark abyss of an actors mind to pull out the truest of emotions and pain required for this soulful character.

The Ivory League: Confessions of a Black Faculty (13:30) USA; Ryan Watson; World Premiere (attending)
A black professor at a predominantly white university goes off the books in hopes of motivating an underachieving student.

Fair (13:26) Argentina; Paula Romero Levit; St. Petersburg Premiere
"Fair" is a short film about justice. She, the main character, is a young woman who proposes to full bus passengers a change in the administration of the seats. During the trip, they will discover it is always good to re-check the established order.
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/452201519

Champion (17:30) Mexico; Oscar Rodriguez Gorriz; St. Petersburg Premiere
As a young runner prepares for the big race, the strain from his parents' push for excellence puts his love of the sport to test.
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/365181096/c704e41b13

Saturday May 1, 2021 11:30am - 1:00pm EDT

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