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Full Frame: Documentary Shorts (2003)

ID: 12264
Starring: Ossie Davis Becky Della-Rodolfa Donna Jaconi Justin Jaconi
Director: Mira Nair
Category: Documentary
Video: Standard 1.33:1 Color
Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo
Length: 174 mins
Release Date: 2003-05-27
Rental: $ 4.00

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7 Complete Documentary Shorts

With the first ever Full Frame Documentary Shorts DVD, Docurama welcomes audiences to experience some of the most groundbreaking and dramatic films of the last several years. The preeminent documentary film festival in North America, Full Frame showcases over 100 documentaries each year (in association with The New York Times and a board that includes Martin Scorsese, Ken Burns, and Barbara Kopple). From the hilarious to the somber, the dramatic to the avant-garde, and from Hollywood veterans like Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) to recent film school grads, there's enough on this DVD to throw a mini film festival of your own!

Laughing Club of India
By Mira Nair

From Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding), this humorous documentary explores the power of laughter through the strangely popular phenomenon of laughing clubs in contemporary Bombay.

Why Can't We By A Family Again?
By Roger Weisberg and Murray Nossel

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short, this heart-wrenching film from award-winning filmmaker Roger Weisberg (Sound and Fury) chronicles the plight of two extraordinary brothers in foster care, as they attempt to reunite with a mother who abandoned them for drugs over a decade ago.

We Got Us
By Joan Brooker

Hilarious and heartwarming, We Got Us captures four elderly Jewish women during their weekly Mah Jong game, as they reminisce about their childhood, marriage, illness, and bereavement-all the while embracing the present and boldly coping with the challenges of old age.

Lucy Tsak Tsak
By Andrey Paounov

An experimental 2 minute epic tracing the life and times of Lucy-one of the first women to work in the Bulgarian film industry-through 67 film slates.

Family Values
By Eva Saks

Winner of a Student Academy Award for Best Documentary, Family Values is a refreshing and amusing portrait of a suburban lesbian couple who run a "mom and mom" business cleaning up gory crime scenes.

The Sunshine
By Phil Bertelsen

An intimate look at residents of one of the Bowery's last flophouses, The Sunshine weaves individual stories of men at The Sunshine Hotel into a poignant story about gentrification, poverty and displacement.

Mojave Mirage
By Kaarina Cleverley and Derek Roberto

This avant-garde documentary explores the phenomenon of the Mojave Desert Phone Booth, a spectacle that has attracted thousands and incited a pilgrimage to travel to the desert and answer calls from strangers around the world.

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