3:00pm | Wrestling (147M)


Lucha VaVoom: Inside America's Most Outrageous Show


A documentary exploring the people behind LA's most popular live show, 'Lucha VaVoom', featuring Mexican wrestlers, burlesque dancers, and comedians.

Director: Ben Churchill, Editor: Ben Churchill, Composer: David Hlebo, Cast: Cassandro el Exotico, Joey Ryan, Karis Wilde, Rita D'Albert, Marawa Wamp, Violet Chachki, Ron Funches, Ignacio Serricchio, Jeff Davis

The Wrestler: A Q.T. Marshall Story


Q.T. has one last shot in making it into the WWE - if he fails, he will be forced to hang up his wrestling boots forever.

Directors: Frank Zarrillo, Producers: Frank Carr, Nick Zarrillo, Francis Hibbs, Dan Zarrillo, Joe Zarrillo

6:00pm | For Humanity (84M)


Red Crayon


An innocent child narrowly escapes destruction and death in Syria. What she leaves can never truly be left behind.

Director: Charlotte Carroll,Cinematographer: Adam Suschitzky, Editor: Rebecca Lloyd, Composer: Jonny Round, Screenwriter: Charlotte Carroll, Cast: Alejandra Delgado, Ethan Chan

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The Stage


In an international show, children from different countries walk on the Stage...

Directors: Fayaz Bahram, Writers: Fayaz Bahram, Producers: Fayaz Bahram

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Living On A Dollar A Day


This film is based on the making of the award-winning book, Living on a Dollar a Day. It follows the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Renée C. Byer as she explores the personal experiences of women, children, and families who live in extreme poverty in ten countries around the world. Her acclaimed images, along with the book’s author, Professor Thomas Nazario’s knowledge of the causes and effects of poverty, as well as other experts in their respective fields, help tell the stories of the daily lives of the poor. The film also highlights the efforts of everyday heroes around the world who work hard to help bring hope to some of those in the greatest need. This film is a must see for everyone who cares about global issues. Bay Area videographer George Rosenfeld accompanied Byer to four continents to capture the stories, the film was edited by Los Angeles-based four-time Emmy Award-winning video editor, Karlo Gharabegian. The film captures the work the extreme poor do in order to simply survive and speaks to their often-unrealized hopes and dreams. It brings into focus the daily struggles of one-sixth of the world’s people who are often forgotten and live on less than a dollar a day.

Directors: Thomas Nazario, Writers: Thomas Nazario, Producers: The Forgotten International, Key Cast: Renee C. Byer, Jim Puckett, Dr. Sandra Baca, PsyD, Video Editor: Karlo Gharabegian




The period of transition between life and death. The extreme suffering. The last phase of life or the first phase of death. Pain and affliction Slow or fast It's not the time. It is the intensity.

The agony of a nation that seems to be living its last days in the middle of a social explosion, protests and repressions. The town on the street. In front of the students, who in the midst of songs, banners, slogans and tear gas, are brutally repressed and imprisoned by officers of the national guard under the orders of a Tyrant Government that suffers from justice. Those who are imprisoned are left at the mercy of a cruel system that hides them from any legal procedure. His whereabouts are unpredictable and his future is clearer death.

Directors: Cesar Roman, Writers: Omara García, Producers: Guillermo Londoño, Key Cast: Willy Martin, Omara García, Yul Bürkle, Dad Dáger, Javier Valcárcel, Anthony LoRusso, Executive Producer: Luis Luyando


Brown Eyes


A New York cop is haunted by his partner’s shooting of a young black man.

Directors: Oisín Kearney, Writers: Owen Fitzpatrick, Producers: Oisín Kearney, Owen Fitzpatrick, Key Cast: Owen Fitzpatrick

8:00pm | Showbiz and Our Future (73M)


Uncle Oscar


Recently homeless former child star, Lyle Capricorn must regain his former acting glory by doing the one thing he doesn't know how to do: act.

Director: Zack Abramowitz, Executive Producer: Zack Abramowitz, Screenwriter: Zack Abramowitz


VHS Hero


Unknown artist Erik from Ithaca, New York creates 'updated' VHS tapes. He describes his love for VHS and why he started creating these tapes. He finds a movie he enjoys in the movie theater and recreates it into VHS form.

Director: Andrew Porter


Sweet Soul In Exile


Sweet Soul in Exile is an odic encapsulation of the eviction of prominent sculptor, Deborah Masters from her loft of twenty years at 475 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn NY.

Director: Tyler A. Chase, Cinematographer: Tyler A. Chase, Editor: Tyler A. Chase, Composer: Tyler A. Chase, Cast: Deborah Masters, Producer: Lisette Cevallos.  A L'ORAGE Production




A struggling beatboxer from France travels to the art form's birthplace of New York City to experience street performing first hand in the face of financial hardship.

Director: Alexander Hinojosa, Cast: Zord Human Beatbox

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I Got A Callback


An actor is put to the test in an audition that goes left.

Directors: Christopher Fox, Writers: Staxx Cordero, Producers: Lester Greene, Key Cast: Steven Strickland, David Roberts, Lester Greene

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More Than Ever Before


Two teens, Jackson and Cody rediscover their old friendship. Unbeknownst to the shy, conservative Jackson, his assertive friend Cody has made decisions that impact both. Cody's darker world is revealed to Jackson leading to an underground gambling ring, and draws the attention of 'the wrong people'. After consecutive high reward blackjack wins, forcing them to Weigh their odds of misfortune, Jackson and Cody know high stakes are on the line.

Directors: Matt Hennion, Writers: Matt Hennion, Producers: Matt Hennion, Key Cast: Will Savarese, Christopher Richards, Jim Penola