Matthew Sanford is a paraplegic yoga instructor who transforms people’s lives with his unconventional teaching methods. Three people turn to Matthew as a last resort, only to discover they may gain more than what they believe to have been lost.
RUN TIME: 39 Mins FILM PROGRAM: Short Features 2 DIRECTOR(s): Andrew Walton PRODUCER(s): Andrew Walton, Dallas Brennan Rexer KEY CAST: Matthew Sanford, Angelique LeLe, Bruce Kramer, Burness Britt and Ann Richardson
DIRECTOR BIO: ANDREW WALTON
Andrew Walton’s first documentary Arctic Son premiered at Full Frame Film Festival and was broadcast on POV to wide acclaim. His documentary The Thing That Happened garnered the Grand Jury Prize at the UN Film Festival.
A group of young people aged 9 to 20 successfully inspired their City Council to pass a youth-led Climate Recovery Resolution action plan, making Indianapolis the largest city in the United States to do so.
RUN TIME: 21 Mins FILM PROGRAM: Short Features 2 DIRECTOR(s): Sam Miro PRODUCER(s): Jim Poyser, C. Thomas Lewis
DIRECTOR BIO: SAM MIRO
Sam Miro is a television and film director, editor, writer, and producer. His first two films were based on the criminalization of homelessness in the city of Indianapolis. Little Warriors is his third film.
Los Angeles has a long-standing community of 99-seat theaters that allow actors and creators to produce and present their work without anyone having to be paid. When a rule change is threatened, actors fight back to maintain creative and artistic freedom.
RUN TIME: 43 Mins FILM PROGRAM: Short Features 2 DIRECTOR(s): Veronica Brady PRODUCER(s): Veronica Brady, Daniel Henning, Shaina Rosenthal, Graham Sibley KEY CAST: Amir Levi, Daniel Stewart, Deborah S. Craig, Frances Fisher, Graham Sibley, Helen Mirren, Katie Lowes, Michael Shepperd, Rebecca Mozo, Richard Azurdi
DIRECTOR BIO: VERONICA BRADY
Veronica Brady has directed over 100 plays, founded three theatre companies, worked on countless television and film productions, and received an Emmy and numerous Ovation and LA Weekly awards.