FILM SLATE FOR LANDLOCKED 2015

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Animation shorts
Butterfly Hunter
Fibers
The Great Harlot and the Beast
I Was a Teenage Girl, Apparently
Parrot Away
Roommate Wanted Dead or Alive
Switch Man
Tick Tock
Tsunami
Vagabond

Feature-Length Documentaries
Mount Lawrence
Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg
Sons of Jacob Synagogue
Stage Four: A Love Story
The Gospel According to Charlie
Truth Has Fallen

Feature-Length Narrative Films
Bloodsucking Bastards
Girl on the Edge
Listening
Of Minor Prophets
The David Dance
The Grace of Jake
Wildlike

Documentary Shorts
Any Kid Anywhere: Sex Trafficking Survivor Stories
Auction Insider: The John Zimmer Collection
Black Hawk's Final Resting Place
Eat White Dirt
Lennis Moore: Woodcut Print Artist
Standing Water
The Silly Bastard Next to the Bed
Unmappable

Narrative Shorts
1-0
As it is in Heaven: A Divinely Twisted Comedy
Beneath Water
Charlie and Hope
Charlotte
Clown Service
Grace
Greenland
It Hit Upon the Roof
I've Just Had a Dream
Mousse
Nesting Grounds
Razor
Take Care
Tom in America
Touch
Within

Student Films
Children at Crossroads
For the Records
Masks
Sleight of Hand
The Last Payphone on Earth
The Murder Ballad of James Jones
The Woods


DISCLAIMER

The views and opinions expressed in the films and videos shown at the festival are not necessarily the views and opinions of Landlocked Film Festival or any person associated with Landlocked Film Festival. Independent filmmakers share diverse and sometimes controversial subject matter and viewpoints with audiences. Furthermore, independent films generally are not rated by the MPAA. It is the responsibility of the parents to make decisions about what their children may view.