The Very Best Of The Rural Route Festival

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The Hollywood Theater in Dormont says
Whether it be a fictional backpacking drama set in the Peruvian Andes, a personal/experimental work about life in a Kazakh village, or a documentary about an organic, Appalachian turnip farm, the Rural Route Film Festival features films about rare people and cultures normally overlooked by the mainstream media. This touring program features 10 short cutting edge contemporary and archival work from sources both local and far, far away.

Films include:
Marcel, King of Tervuren, Tom Schroeder, 6 min, Animation, 2012, Tervuren, Belgium
We're Leaving, Zachary Treitz, 13 min, Narrative, 2011, Louisville, KY, USA
Home Turf, Ross Whitaker, 14 min, Documentary, 2011, Ballyduff, County Kerry, Ireland
When Elephants Dance, the Grass Gets Beaten, Jan van den Berg, 25 min, Documentary, 2014, Siem Reap Province, Canada
The Bees, Rana Ayoub, 13 min, Documentary, 2010, Lebanon
Salt, Robert Gardner, 3 min, Experimental Documentary, 1968/2011, Dallol, Ethiopia
The Hunter, Marieka Walsh, 6 min, Sand Animation, 2012, Australia
Anima Mundi, Kate Balsley, 4 min, Experimental, 2010, Milwaukee, WI, USA
Travel Log: Antarctica, Alan Webber, 2 min, Experimental Documentary, 2015, Antarctica
The Last Ice Merchant, Sandy Patch, 14 min, Documentary, 2012, Chimborazo Province, Ecuador
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