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Block of Short Films [S1] #CAFF2017
Fri, 31 March 2017, 7:15 PM – 8:15 PM MDT
Block of Short Film Screenings [S1] #CAFF2017
Damian La Grange is a singing and rapping piano player whose production style blends live instruments with synthesizers. Beautiful Distraction, his newest single, released January 4, 2017 incorporates elements of indie rock, hip hop and R&B. The lyrical content dives into the difficulty of balancing a romantic relationship with the pursuit of a creative career. Finding someone who understands your passion and whose demons dance well with your own.
"The Walking Man"
'The Walking Man' really is asking one main question. It is not a commentary on homelessness, while the lead character is clearly homeless. It instead is a window into our own minds, our judgements (whether warranted or not), and our expectations. The question 'why' hangs in the air throughout the film, and we wonder why The Walking Man has ended up as he is. We also naturally look for a moment that somehow makes his clear discomfort alright. The conclusion of the film may give the viewer this satisfaction, or it may raise more questions depending on their worldview. The main question, however is simply this: who is it that can determine a person's purpose?
"An Alberta Farm"
'An Alberta Farm' is an intimated portrait of one local farmer's outlook on where the family farm came from and where it is headed. In a time when many farming children are moving away to the city, the future of our family-farms can be solemn.
"The Opera Singer"
A woman is haunted by unfulfilled dreams.
"Beneath The Surface"
Daniel Ennett attempts to become the first scuba certified quadruple amputee. And then the sharks show up.
"Red Card to Poverty"
This is the story of MYFA in Mathane, Kenya: a soccer school established by the retired Canadian diplomat B. Munro in the shantytowns of Nairobi, whose successes -- human and sport -- have been recognized.
MYFA organization survives on small donations from foreign companies and agencies, but its success depends above all on the amazing energy of the young, self-educated social activists who began playing football and now run MYSA.
The Central Alberta Film Festival is a collection of films including short films, feature films, documentaries, music videos and experimental films. While our focus is showcasing the talent in Canadian Cinema, we also aim to bring together the love of film from all over the world. The film submissions are from both right here in Central Alberta, to many different places across the globe! #CAFF2017 is our first annual Film Festival & Awards Celebration held during March 31 and April 1, 2017. CAFF is a community driven, not-for-profit organization based out of Red Deer, AB.
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