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DOCLANDS THE CALIFORNIA FILM INSTITUTE’S INAUGURAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

MAY 10-14, 2017 | DOCLANDS.COM


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weLcome As the executive Director of the california film institute, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to the inaugural edition of DocLands. there are many people who’ve made this possible, but i want to extend special thanks to Nancy and rich robbins and maida Brankman for providing seed funding; their visionary thinking helped make DocLands a reality.

1978, and many people have asked me, “After all these years, why now?” As the number

viewers and motivate change with our Art of Impact programming strand. in The Great Outdoors, we explore our relationship to nature and gain healthy perspectives on our place in the universe. And it would not be a festival without a look at some of the things that just simply bring us joy, as featured in our Wonderlands

mark fishkin

executive Director / founder, california film institute

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OPENING NIGHT EVENT + PARTY

NARI US 2015, 75 min Creator/Director Gingger Shankar

CFI kicks off the inaugural DocLands with with the California premiere of Gingger Shankar’s Nari, a stunning short documentary blending film, archival footage and animation that will be accompanied by live narration, original score featuring vocals, Indian percussion and Shankar’s unique double violin, with Carlo Ribaux on drums and Vivek Maddala on guitar and keyboards. The film and performance will be followed by a Q&A with the performers and the DocLands Opening Night Party on the Maple Lawn Terrace at the Elks Lodge in San Rafael. Nari tells the life stories of Lakshmi Shankar and her daughter Viji, two extraordinary artists who helped bring Indian music to the West in the 1970s through their close collaborations with Ravi Shankar, the world-famous Indian composer and musician, and The Beatles’ George Harrison. Viji’s daughter, Gingger Shankar, presents this unique multimedia project as a posthumous tribute to her mother and grandmother.

MAY 10, 7:00pm | SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER

Special guests: Director/Musician Gingger Shankar, musicians Carlo Ribaux and Vivek Maddala Event Only | $35 general | $30 CFI members Event + Party | $55 general | $50 CFI members

OPENING NIGHT PARTY 9:00–11:00pm | Elks Lodge, 1312 Mission Ave, San Rafael

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CLOSING NIGHT FILM + PARTY RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD Canada 2017, 103 min Directors Catherine Bainbridge, Alfonso Maiorana

This exhilarating doc delves into the electrifying history of Native Americans in contemporary music. Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jimi Hendrix, Robbie Robertson and more infuse indigenous styles into rock and roll, while lesser-known artists expose a rich history of Native American musicians finding a way to keep on rocking in the not always Free World.

SATURDAY, MAY 13, 7:00pm | SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER Special guest: Executive Producer Stevie Salas Film Only | $30 general | $25 CFI members Film + Party | $50 general | $45 CFI members

CLOSING NIGHT PARTY 9:00pm | Green Chile Kitchen, 1335 Fourth St., San Rafael

SPECIAL FILM + MUSIC EVENT LONG STRANGE TRIP US 2017, 238 min Director Amir Bar-Lev

Featuring never-before-seen concert footage and illuminating interviews with band members, this four-hour epic captures the Grateful Dead’s wild, multi-decade journey from scruffy local hippies to the biggest band in the universe. The program will include a 20-minute intermission. Film and Afterparty sponsored by Ed and Kori Anne, Chip and Jennifer Lutton, Rocco and Athena Capobianco, Caroline Crawford Labe and Triplepoint Capital.

SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2:00pm | CINÉARTS SEQUOIA Special guest: Director Amir Bar-Lev Film Only | $25 general | $20 CFI members

LONG STRANGE TRIP AFTERPARTY SUNDAY, MAY 14 | SWEETWATER MUSIC HALL Doors 7:00pm | Show 8:00 pm Afterparty Only | Advance Tickets $42 | Day of Show $45 (separate ticket required) Afterparty tickets available for purchase only at sweetwatermusichall.com

Join us after the film for a live concert by Steve Kimock & Friends, featuring Bobby Vega, Pete Sears, Lebo, John Kimock, Leslie Mendelson and special guests. Age 21+ 3


INperSoN NARI Creator/Director Gingger Shankar; Musicians Vivek Maddala, Carlo Ribaux

AND THEN THEY CAME FOR US Director Abby Ginzberg; Co-Director/Editor Ken Schneider; Executive Producer Jonathan Logan; Film Subjects Satsuki Ina, Karen Korematsu

NORTH OF KNOWN Director Bryan Smith | Date TBA

BEFORE THE WAVE Director Molly Willows | May 11 & 14

THE PERFECT FLIGHT Director Josh Izenberg, Producer Brett Marty May 11

BRIMSTONE & GLORY Producer Kellen Quinn, Cinematographer Tobias von dem Borne | May 11 & 13

THE PULITZER AT 100 Pulitzer Prize winners David V. Mitchell, Mark Fiore | May 13

CALL OF THE ICE Director Mike Magidson | May 12 & 14

THE RABBIT HUNT Producer Maida Brankman | May 11 & 14

CLOUD FOREST Director Mónica Alvarez Franco, Producer Laura Imperiale | May 11 & 12

RESURFACE Directors Josh Izenberg, Wynn Padula May 13 & 14

EXILED Director Mike Seely | May 11 & 13

RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD Executive Producers Stevie Salas, Christine Fon

FRESH FROZEN Director Tony Nguyen, Producer Momo Chang May 12 & 14

STEP Film Subjects Geri McIntyre, Paula Dofat (invited)

HEATHER BOOTH: CHANGING THE WORLD Director Lilly Rivlin

STRANGER IN PARADISE Co-writers/Co-Producers Giuseppe Contarino, Angela Di Salvo | May 11 & 13

HOLY (UN)HOLY RIVER Directors Pete McBride, Jake Norton May 13 & 14

THE RIDE Directors Jeff Adachi, Jim Choi

JACK Directors Maya Craig, Seth Hahn | May 12

THE UNITED STATES OF DETROIT Director Tylor Norwood | May 11 & 14

LETTERS FROM BAGHDAD Executive Producer Elizabeth Chandler

UNREST Executive Producer Deborah Hoffmann | May 13

LONG STRANGE TRIP Director Amir Bar-Lev

WHEN GOD SLEEPS Director Till Schauder, Producer Sara Nodjoumi

MY BOLIVIA, REMEMBERING WHAT I NEVER KNEW Director Rick Tejada-Flores | May 12 & 14

CFI BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / FOUNDER

Mark Fishkin BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Kenneth Broad Jim Davis Lynne Hale Richard J. Idell Amy Keroes Caroline Labe Jennifer Coslett MacCready

Cathy Nourafshan Jonathan Parker Susan Schwartz Dr. Joel Sklar Jann Stanley Zach Zeisler

Christopher B. Smith Henry Timnick FOUNDING BOARD

Rita Cahill Mark Fishkin Lois Kohl Shore

EMERITUS BOARD

ADVISORY BOARD

Rita Cahill Sid Ganis Bruce Katz Gary Meyer Gordon Radley

The Honorable Barbara Boxer Stewart Boxer Drusie Davis Jeff Fisher

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Peter Flaxman Robert Greber Linda Gruber Peggy Haas Jessica Igoe Michael Klein Roxanne Klein KC Lauck Andrew McGuire Mary Poland Eric Schwartz Michael Schwartz Skip Whitney


DocLife Docpitch

Saturday, May 13, 10:00 am–12:00 pm | CinéArts Sequoia free (ticket required) currently in development have been pre-selected for their pitches to be presented. the audience will get to vote for their favorite, which will receive a cash award provided by

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Sunday, May 14, 12:30–1:30pm | Mark Fishkin Room, Smith Rafael Film Center free (ticket required)

strategies for survival in an ever-changing industry.

SectioNS WOndeRLAndS will lift our spirits through stories of joy, wonder and possibility. Sponsored by Bellam Self Storage & Boxes The GReAT OuTdOORS will transport us outside to truly appreciate, explore and ultimately compel us to save and conserve our environment and the wilds of our one precious and precarious planet. Sponsored by The eACh Foundation The ART OF IMpACT will engage and spark action by sharing stories that open our eyes to the global community and its disparate cultures, politics, personal narratives and biographies. Sponsored by Marin Community Foundation Look for this icon to identify films that expand the traditional definition of documentary form in terms of creativity and entertainment. DOCLANDS ADVISORY GROUP John Antonelli mill valley film group Maida Brankman genuine Article pictures David Eckles filmmaker fund Tracey Freisen Story money impact

Abby Ginzberg ginzberg productions/ Berkeley film foundation Carrie Lozano filmmaker/iDA enterprise Documentary fund Paola Mottura independent feature project

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Minette Nelson filmmaker fund Will Parrinello mill valley film group Paul Zaentz producer/Berkeley film foundation


ABACUS: SMALL ENOUGH TO JAIL

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US 2016, 88 min Director Steve James The sole bank indicted by the New York D.A. in the wake of the 2008 subprime mortgage scandal was a tiny Chinatown institution. Steve James (Hoop Dreams) captures the fierceness with which the familial owners defend their honor. In English, Mandarin and Cantonese with English subtitles Preceded by THE RIDE US 2017, 15 min Directors Jim Choi, Jeff Adachi

Fri May 12

6:30pm

Rafael

Art of impAct

AND THEN THEY CAME FOR US US 2017, 45 min Directors Abby Ginzberg, Ken Schneider Dorothea Lange’s photographs of Japanese-Americans forcibly interned during WWII bear witness to those imprisoned, in a body of work buried in the National Archives—until now. WORLD PREMIERE Preceded by BRILLO BOX (3¢ OFF) US 2016, 40 min Director Lisanne Skyler This intimate family portrait and art-market primer chronicles the 40-year journey of an Andy Warhol sculpture from filmmaker Lisanne Skyler’s parents’ living room to the auction block. Sat May 13

4:00pm

Sequoia

Art of impAct | woNDerLANDS

BIG WAVES, BIG MOUNTAINS, BIG WINDS From surfing to mountain running, these shorts will take you on a gripping sporting adventure around the world. In IsiXhosa and Nepali with English subtitles COME WALK WITH ME (Iza uHambe Nam) South Africa 2016, 3 min Director James Walsh RESURFACE US 2017, 18 min Directors Josh Izenberg, Wynn Padula THE ACCORD Iceland/US 2016, 19 min Director RC Cone MIRA Nepal/Hong Kong 2016, 42 min Director Lloyd Belcher Sat May 13 Sun May 14

3:45pm 4:45pm

Rafael Sequoia

the greAt outDoorS

BRIMSTONE & GLORY US 2017, 67 min Director Viktor Jakovleski This visual extravaganza of light and color captures the pyrotechnic festival in Tultepec, capital of Mexico’s fireworks industry, and its twin attractions of beauty and danger. Made to be seen on the big screen. In Spanish with English subtitles Preceded by THROW US 2016, 10 min Directors David Larson, Darren Durlach

Thu May 11 Sat May 13 woNDerLANDS

9:15pm 8:15pm

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CALL OF THE ICE France 2016, 99 min Directors Mike Magidson, Xavier Liberman Can a Californian-Parisian tap into the wisdom of Inuit hunters and learn to control a pack of sled dogs, carve a fishing hole, shoot a seal, and juggle his cameras? Not without the guidance of the community of starkly beautiful Uummannaq, Greenland. In English, Greenlandic and French with English subtitles Fri May 12 Sun May 14

8:30pm 5:15pm

Sequoia Rafael

the greAt outDoorS

CLOUD FOREST (Bosque de Niebla)

Mexico 2017, 91 min Director Monica Alvarez Franco A small community in the Mexican state of Veracruz struggles to maintain one of the country’s most biodiverse and at-risk regions. Immersed in its natural beauty and serenity, they work cooperatively to achieve a sustainable way of life. In Spanish with English subtitles

Sponsored by Jim Boyce Trust and Kris Otis

Thu May 11 Fri May 12

7:00pm 8:45pm

Sequoia Rafael

Art of impAct

FREEDOM UNDER LOAD (Sloboda pod nakladom) Slovakia 2016, 58 min Director Pavol Barabáš The porters of the High Tatras are an endangered species. Ascending rugged peaks with 120 kilos on their backs, these indomitable men serve remote mountain huts regardless of weather conditions, enjoying solitude and freedom amid nature’s stark beauty. In Slovak with English subtitles US PREMIERE Preceded by BEFORE THE WAVE Burma/Thailand 2015, 24 min Director Molly Willows Thu May 11 Sun May 14

7:00pm 2:30pm

Rafael Sequoia

the greAt outDoorS

HEATHER BOOTH: CHANGING THE WORLD US 2017, 61 min Director Lilly Rivlin Starting in the early civil rights movement, Heather Booth was a dedicated community organizer behind the most pivotal moments in history—from voter registration to financial reform. Her strategies for change are the playbook for young activists today. An extended Q&A with special guests will follow the screening. | SNEAK PREVIEW Preceded by ARRESTED (AGAIN) US 2016, 5 min Director Dan Goldes Fri May 12 Art of impAct

7:00pm

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PAA JOE & THE LION UK 2016, 72 min Director Benjamin Wigley Ghanaian artist Paa Joe and his apprentice son Jacob bring fantasy coffin carving and traditional funeral celebrations to the UK, helping people reclaim the mystery of death as an integrated, vibrant part of life. In English and Ghanian with English subtitles

Sat May 13 Sun May 14

6:30pm 5:45pm

Sequoia Rafael

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THE PULITZER AT 100 US 2016, 94 min Director Kirk Simon Dreamed up by a scandal-mongering immigrant newspaperman, the Pulitzer Prize is celebrating its centennial as the highest honor in American arts and letters and providing evidence of why it may be even more relevant today. With Toni Morrison, Michael Chabon, Helen Mirren, Wynton Marsalis and many more.

Sponsored by Marin Community Foundation Fri May 12 Sat May 13

9:00pm 4:15pm

Sequoia Rafael

Art of impAct

THE SHEPHERDESS OF THE GLACIERS (La bergère des glaces)

France/India 2016, 74 min Directors Stanzin Dorjai Gya, Christiane Mordelet A lone shepherdess tends her flock for months at a time in the remote mountains of Ladakh. Her affection for the animals keeps her fearless and strong in this rapidly disappearing profession. In French with English subtitles | US PREMIERE Preceded by JACK US 2016, 3 min Directors Maya Craig, Seth Hahn Fri May 12 Sat May 13

6:30pm 6:30pm

Sequoia Rafael

the greAt outDoorS

STEP

US 2017, 83 min Director Amanda Lipitz At an inner-city Baltimore girls’ high school, the spirited members of the step dance team strive to escape their challenging urban environment and make it to college. Preparing for their final competition, their empowerment and dedication to success is soundly declared with every stomp and clap.

Sponsored by Marin Community Foundation Preceded by DANCE WITH YOUR HEART (Tengo Talento) Cuba/US 2016, 10 min Director Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi Sat May 13 Art of impAct

1:00pm

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STRANGER IN PARADISE

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Netherlands 2016, 72 min Director Guido Hendrikx At the crossroads of fiction and documentary, this provocative, three-act film essay explores the realities of migration to Europe. Belgian actor Valentijn Dhaenens plays an immigration official working with real-life asylum seekers, conjuring an arduous trek without ever leaving their classroom. Preceded by EXILED US 2017, 30 min Director Mike Seely

Thu May 11 Sat May 13

6:15pm 8:30pm

Sequoia Rafael

Art of impAct

THE UNITED STATES OF DETROIT US 2017, 82 min Director Tylor Norwood We’ve all seen photos of Detroit’s abandoned buildings and heard stories of its downtown renewal. This new perspective focuses on the ordinary community members who’ve devoted themselves to revitalizing their own struggling neighborhoods from the ground up. Preceded by THE RABBIT HUNT US 2016, 12 min Director Patrick Bresnan Thu May 11 Sun May 14

6:15pm 7:00pm

Rafael Sequoia

Art of impAct

UNREST US 2017, 97 min Director Jennifer Brea Jennifer Brea’s riveting and heartbreaking chronicle of her harrowing battle with ME (aka CFS, or chronic fatigue syndrome) exposes the historical lineage of this “mystery disease” and a vast community of ME sufferers, whose voices she is determined to make heard.

Sat May 13 Sun May 14

3:15pm 3:00pm

Sequoia Rafael

Art of impAct

WHEN GOD SLEEPS US/Germany 2017, 88 min Director Till Schauder In the face of a religious fatwa at home and refugee tensions in Europe, Iranian musician-in-exile Shahin Najafi proves a political provocateur whose talent and passion are not without controversy in this tuneful, memorable profile. In German, Farsi and English with English subtitles

Sat May 13 Art of impAct

8:30pm

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WHEN GOD SLEEPS

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CALL OF THE ICE

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SHEPHERDESS OF THE GLACIERS

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STRANGER IN PARADISE

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STRANGER IN PARADISE

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MY BOLIVIA

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RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD

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THE PULITZER AT 100

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BIG WAVES, BIG MOUNTAINS, BIG WINDS

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STEP

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CLOUD FOREST

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LETTERS FROM BAGHDAD

ABACUS

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FREEDOM UNDER LOAD

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HEATHER BOOTH

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BRIMSTONE & GLORY

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THE UNITED STATES OF DETROIT

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BIG WAVES, BIG MOUNTAINS, BIG WINDS

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FREEDOM UNDER LOAD

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PAA JOE & THE LION

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BOX OFFICES May 10–14: SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER: 1118 4th St, San Rafael May 11–14: CINÉARTS SEQUOIA: 25 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley Open 60 min. before first show to 15 min. after start of last show. General admission: CFI members: Seniors (65+) / Students:

$15 $12.50 $13.50

CONVENIENCE FEES: (All fees are nonrefundable) Mail: $3.75 per order Online: $1.75 per ticket Phone: $10 per order In-person: No service fee WILL CALL: You must bring a valid photo ID that corresponds with the name on the credit card used to purchase the tickets. RUSH TICKETS often become available 15 minutes prior to showtime for shows that no longer have advance tickets for sale. All ticket orders are final. No refunds, exchanges, substitutions, or reprints. DocLands is not responsible for lost, stolen, forgotten, or damaged tickets, or tickets misdirected by the post office.

THEATERS CINÉARTS SEQUOIA: 25 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER: 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael

FESTIVAL GUIDELINES ARRIVE EARLY: To guarantee admittance, ticket and pass holders must be in line 30 minutes prior to showtime. Doors typically open 30 minutes before showtime. Please do not sit in a reserved seat unless it has been arranged for you. Seat saving is not allowed. Outside food and beverages are not permitted. Cell phones and e-devices must be turned off prior to program intro. Use of cameras and other recording equipment is strictly prohibited during all screenings and programs. Please remember to take personal items and trash with you. ACCESSIBILITY: DocLands is committed to accommodating audience members with disabilities, offering early seating as needed. for assistance, please notify theater staff. All venues and their bathrooms are wheelchair-accessible. Assisted-listening devices are available at theaters. CONSENT TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED/FILMED: california film institute and its representatives may phopetuity and without compensation for the use of your appearance, voice and name for promotional and/or

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Schedule for the inaugural DocLands Documentary Film Festival. May 10-14, 2017 | Marin County . CA

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Schedule for the inaugural DocLands Documentary Film Festival. May 10-14, 2017 | Marin County . CA