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THE WORLD’S BEST

November 17 · 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm

$15.00

THE WORLD’S BEST

Williams Hall

Thursday, November 17 at 8:30pm

Critically acclaimed films from Sundance, Tribeca and prestigious film festivals across the globe. The best of the best from the World and U.S. land here at the Key West Film Festival.

Length of Program: 87 minutes

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LEGS

Directed by Celine Cotran. 16 minutes.

In this international festival favorite, Joy’s relentless pursuit of having a baby takes a darkly comic turn. From British-Lebanese writer and director Celine Cotran. Starring ‘Downton Abbey’ star Laura Carmichael.

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COMING OUT WITH THE HELP OF A TIME MACHINE

Directed by Naman Gupta. 15 minutes.

When coming out to his traditional and god-fearing parents, Sid uses his time machine to reset the day trying to make sure everything goes perfect. From director Naman Gupta. Starring ‘Deadpool’ star Karan Soni.

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THE PARK BENCH

Directed by Rob Edwards. 4 minutes.

An animated tale of family, care, and hope.

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MORE THAN I WANT TO REMEMBER

Directed by Amy Bench. 15 minutes.

This Sundance, Tribeca, and SXSW selection brings you the remarkable solo journey of 14-year-old Mugeni across the globe, determined to reunite with her lost loved ones and lift up the Banyamulenge people.

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AFTER (A LOVE STORY)

Directed by Clare Cooney. 14 minutes.

After surviving a violent event, a couple tries to overcome the space trauma created between them. Co-starring ‘The Walking Dead’s’ Glenn Stanton.

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FREEDOM SWIMMER

Directed by Olivia Martin-McGuire. 15 minutes.

The story of a grandfather’s perilous swim from China to Hong Kong that parallels his granddaughter’s own quest for a new freedom. From London-based Australian director Olivia Martin-McGuire.

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IPSEITY

Directed by Nicholas Stachurski. 5 minutes.

The portrait of a mother on a difficult and visceral journey, redefining beauty, sacrifice, and our uniquely human ability to define our own destiny.

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NOUNOURS

Directed by Lou Rigoudy. 3 minutes.

A story of a girl and her teddy bear as she grows up and they grow apart. From Canada filmmaker Lou Rigoudy.

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Date:
November 17
Time:
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
$15.00
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Venue

Williams Hall

Organizer

Key West Film Festival
Email:
miranda@kwfilmfest.com
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