SHORT OF THE WEEK: ETERNAL HARVEST
We're thrilled to announce our Short of the Week: ETERNAL HARVEST by David Wayne Reed. You can see the film for this week only here. Using drones, dance, farm implements, heirloom quilts, and agriculture, ETERNAL HARVEST is a short film by Kansas City based writer, director, and producer David Wayne Reed about the cycle of life as depicted by the growing season on a rural Kansas farm. ETERNAL HARVEST is a recipient of a 2017 Rocket Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, Charlotte Street Foundation, and Spencer Museum of Art. Director David Wayne Reed is currently working…
SHORT OF THE WEEK: NOTHING TO MY NAME
A short documentary discovering the past of the filmmaker’s grandfather. Born and raised in China, filmmaker Qian Li is a bilingual storyteller with a B.A. in Film and English from Middlebury College. She currently works as an assistant in instruction in the Film and Media Culture Department at Middlebury College. You can see the film here.
SHORT OF THE WEEK: LONNIE
We are proud to present this week's short, Lonnie, a character piece on Lonnie Holley, a found object artist and musician based in Atlanta, Georgia. Lonnie is the first entry of the Delilah series, a storytelling project based around the travels of a rusty VW van. The next installment to this project is titled Fenwick, and it documents an outsider artist who lives in isolation in the woods of Southern Vermont. MacPherson (Mac) Christopher is a documentary film maker based in Providence, Rhode Island. He is currently working on multiple short documentary films that examine topics such as environmental justice,…
INTRODUCING SHORT OF THE WEEK
A still from Échappé, the first film in our new Short of the Week series, launching Monday, May 11 on Vimeo. Greetings to our family of friends, supporters and filmmakers from around the world! We know this is a strange time for all of us, and we thank you for all your efforts to keep your communities safe in this time. Believe us when we say we miss you all dearly! But, while we exercise patience, we wanted to bring a piece of the Festival home to you. So, MNFF is pleased to offer a curated weekly series of great…