THE UNLONELY FILM FESTIVAL: BEST OF FEST
Elgin Park dives into the life of a reclusive artist turned viral sensation — recognized for creating 1950’s utopias out of pain, love, and miniature cars
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How does the film change your perspective on what addiction can look like? When nothing outwardly seems wrong, how can we check-in with friends and family to make sure they’re coping and have someone to confide in?
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A hilarious, heart warming docu-drama about a group of elderly women who form a Spice Girls tribute band to earn a quick buck when one friend can’t pay the bills. 11:12 minutes.
As Garang struggles on his first day at high school in Australia, memories of being lost in South Sudan are triggered.
An elderly man gets a visit from his childhood best friend, who appears to him as a teenager. 10:36 mins.
It was a beautiful film. I love Michael’s honesty, energy, creativity, and resilience. I often suffer from feelings of deep loneliness. This project hits the core of it. I wish often people would teach out, because it’s so hard to reach out when your depressed. I’m glad Michael can use that to bring creativity and life into his life. Importent lesson. I thank you and Michael.