Sunday Theater 2

10:00am - 12:20pm
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Danny has a drug problem, he knows that. He thinks his parents know when they sit him down talk. Between them sits his best friend Kyle. This isn't an intervention, it's something far worse.

The film Jeff Goldblum does NOT want you to see!

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Two single mothers struggle with the expectations and pressures of motherhood, and conflict arises when one of them develops a deeper bond with the other woman’s child.


Released April 15, 2022, "Burning" is a music video made for the Teen Idle song of the same name. Incredibly cinematic, the video also doubles as a short film. The video was filmed in Fargo, ND for NJ-based musician Teen Idle, after director Oscar de Leon was incredibly moved by hearing the song and decided to set it to film.

Tackling heavy yet substantive subject matter, the video addresses the issue of domestic abuse faced by many men and women around the world. The video's protagonist struggles to manage an abusive relationship while trying to maintain her normal life and happiness.

The storyline intends to empower women and show the resilience of many who find themselves in this unfortunate situation. Set alongside an emotional song about unrequited love, the juxtaposition of the song and video's subject matter makes for a compelling watch, as they complement each other. Full of sentiment and sincerity, the music video will likely leave you with tears in your eyes.

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Mired in losses dating back several years, and desperate to turn things around, owners of Protocol Industries hire Anthony Scolari to rescue the company. Experienced and anecdotally funny, but wrestling with his own myriad demons, Scolari learns early, NOTHING will be easy in his latest professional setting. Conflict is everywhere, inside the organization and out. Set in the greater Philly area during the recession of 2007-2009, Workforce is the tale of white and blue collar workers trying to work together, find common ground and unearth a little of the lighter side of humanity in the process.

12:30pm - 3:05pm Stop the Void Hosted Screening Block
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Death delivered to your doorstep. Fentanyl is infiltrating our communities through counterfeit pills, cocaine and any street drug you can name. Anonymously sold through social media and delivered within minutes. In 2020, fentanyl killed over 60,000 Americans. Dead on Arrival sheds light on the silent crisis that is stealing the lives of young people.

3:30pm - 5:50pm

Three survivors trek north through a dystopian wasteland in hopes of finding safety and a deeper meaning to life.

Starring E.R. Ruiz (Sons of Anarchy, American Sniper) and Latin American TV stars Tavo Betancourt (4 million followers), Nashla Aguilar (1 million followers) and Inna Moll (1 million folllowers).


The heavy subject matter of the film is complimented by the innovative action sequences shot by daring cinematographer Alistair Fairbanks (Naked and Afraid). Masterfully edited by Stephen Kaiser-Pendergrast (Line of Descent, Verotika) and produced by the award-winning duo Jack Settipane and Dakota Kieras.

6:00pm - 8:20pm

ANIMA is a short documentary film created with the goal of decreasing violence against animals by raising awareness of what different faiths teach about compassion, animals, and the environment.  The film features leaders across religious and cultural backgrounds including: Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, the Baha'i, and members of First Nations/Native American communities. 

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Music's on. Coffee's Hot. Donuts are Fresh. Lake City Bakery in Polson, Montana has been in the same family for 52 years. While the donuts are great, the people who run the place are what make it special. Baked by Grace goes behind the scenes of this beloved eatery.


Ruth Jenkins, a 50 year old Christian woman in Jessup, Texas is raising her granddaughter and minding her own business. That's when a homeless man breaks into her house. Ruth and the intruder are both challenged to find compassion and do what's "right."