2015 DCISFF Program - Page 15

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 9:30 UP RIVER In the shadow of the north Raphel Belanger, Quebec, 21m, drama Somewhere in northern Quebec, a small Aboriginal community is shaken by the suspicious death of three teenagers. Still Ruins, Moving Stones Jessica Auer, Quebec, 13m Documentary Still Ruins, Moving Stones takes us to South Greenland where Danish archeologists work on the restoration of some of the world’s best-preserved Norse ruins. This contemplative film explores how humans move about altering the landscape – adding new layers and redacting ancient ones. Wingboys, Ashley Blue, USA, 16m, drama A romantic comedy about a young high school teacher named Dan who attempts to educate himself on the world of sex through the sex ed students he is forced to teach. Lovers Lookout Richard Anthony Dunford, UK, 7m, drama Ahen out for a stroll, a gentleman spots a saddened lady and goes over to comfort her. Chanterelle Rain, Gail Noonan, BC, 4m, animation Using stop motion with all manner of materials from plasticine to blossoms, blueberries, salal berries and dryer lint, this film is a lush and entertaining homage to the passion and obsession these members of the Fungal Royal Family inspire in mere mortals. 13