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Death by Design
USA | 2016 | 73 min • Documentary Feature
Sue Williams
Hilary Klotz Steinman, Sue Williams
What is the cost of our digital dependency?
"Death by Design", a feature length documentary,
explores this ques!on and uncovers a global story
of damaged lives, environmental destruc!on and
devices that are designed to die. Consumers love —
and live on — their smartphones, tablets and lap‐
tops. A cascade of new devices pours endlessly into
the market, promising even be#er communica!on,
non‐stop entertainment and instant informa!on.
The numbers are staggering. By 2020, four billion
people will have a personal computer. Five billion
will own a mobile phone.
But this revolu!on has a dark side, hidden from
most consumers. In an inves!ga!on that spans the
globe, filmmaker Sue Williams inves!gates the un‐
derbelly of the electronics industry and reveals how
even the smallest devices have deadly environmen‐
tal and health costs. The film tells a story of environ‐
mental degrada!on, of health tragedies, and the
fast approaching !pping point between con‐
sumerism and sustainability.
Preceded By:
Spain | 2014 | 28 min • Narra!ve Short
Javier Fesser
Luis Manso
Javier Fesser, Luis Manso, Guillermo Fesser
An amazing innova!on reaches a !ny school lost in
the heart of the Peruvian Andes and revolu!onizes
the lives of the whole community: the internet. It
brings the world to their doorstep, but even more im‐
portantly, it offers the world the chance to finally dis‐
cover what's happening in the remote village of
Sun, Feb 19 | 12pm
Mary D. Fisher
Mon, Feb 20 | 6pm
Harkins 1
Total Running Time: 1:41
Drawing Home
Canada/USA | 2015 | 113 min • Narra!ve Feature
Markus Rupprecht
Allan Neuwirth, Margarethe Baillou
Markus Rupprecht, Donna Logan
Juan Riedinger, Julie Lynn Mortensen
Boston in the 1920s. A young East Coast debutante
is da!ng the wealthiest and most famous bachelor
in the world. Her future seems set: a dream life in
the upper echelons of society. But then, when she
least expects it, she meets her soulmate, a young
Canadian painter from the mountains of Banff, Al‐
berta. Their worlds are polar opposites, yet their
passion for art pulls them together.
As their a#rac!on turns their lives upside down,
they soon face the universal ques!on: Can you find
“home” in another person? Inspired by the true
story of Peter and Catharine Whyte.
Thu, Feb 23 | 3:10pm
Harkins 2
Sat, Feb 25 | 3pm
Harkins 1
Total Running Time: 1:53
Do Not Resist
USA | 2016 | 72 min • Documentary Feature
Craig Atkinson
Execu!ve Producer:
David Menschel
Laura Hartrick, Craig Atkinson
Star!ng on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, as the
community grapples with the death of Michael
Brown, "Do Not Resist" offers a stunning look at the
current state of policing in America and a glimpse
into the future.
The Tribeca Film Fes!val winner for Best Documen‐
tary puts viewers in the center of the ac!on — from
a ride‐along with a South Carolina SWAT team and
inside a police training seminar that teaches the im‐
portance of “righteous violence” to the floor of a
congressional hearing on the prolifera!on of mili‐
tary equipment in small‐town police departments
— before exploring where controversial new tech‐
nologies, including predic!ve policing algorithms,
could lead the field next.
Preceded By:
Frame 394
Canada | 2016 | 30 min • Documentary Short
Rich Williamson
Shasha Nakhai
“Frame 394” follows a young man from Toronto
who entangles himself in one of America’s most
high‐profile police shoo!ngs.
Tue, Feb 21 | 3:15pm
Harkins 5
Fri, Feb 24 | 9am
Harkins 1
Total Running Time: 1:42
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