#WFA2015 Selections: Documentaries

Documentaries provide a much-needed insight into other peoples’ lives. Winter Film Awards is proud to bring you seven incredible films – Generation ’89, the story of how young East Germans felt when the Berlin Wall fell; H.O.P.E. Was Here, a film about socially conscious vacations in the slums of Peru; Love City Jalalabad, a fearless documentary about the progressive youth of Afghanistan via an Artist Collection in Jalalabad; My Gaadi and I, which looks at the passionate love people have for their cars; P.S. I Can’t Breathe, a close view of the protest marches that swept the country following the Eric Garner and Michael Bell decisions; Curse of an Addict, the story of a young African man trying to rehabilitate himself from heroin through an Islamic exorcism; and Something You Can Call Home, shining a light on the face of homelessness in America.

Check out our amazing and thoughtful selections at the 2015 Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival!

See the full set of films, sponsors and the screening schedule.

Eventbrite - 2015 Winter Film Awards Independent Film Festival

Curse Of An Addict-Zanzibar

Documentary film from Zanzibar and UK, 25 minutes

Generation ’89 – Growing Up in the Year of Change

Documentary film from Germany, 71 minutes

H.O.P.E. Was Here

Documentary film from Peru, 58 minutes

Love City, Jalalabad

Documentary film from Norway and Australia, 98 minutes

My Gaadi and I (My Car and I)

Documentary film from India, 52 minutes

P.S. I Can’t Breathe

Documentary Film from United States, 20 minutes

Something You Can Call Home

Documentary film from United Kingdom and United States, 74 minutes

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About Winter Film Awards

Winter Film Awards (WFA) is a volunteer-run and operated celebration of the diversity of local and international film-making. Our Mission is to recognize excellence in cinema and to promote learning and artistic expression for people at all stages of their artistic careers with a focus on nurturing emerging filmmakers and helping them gain recognition and contacts to break into this difficult industry. We pride ourselves on our diverse collection of Festival selections, allowing our audience to enjoy films they normally wouldn’t think to seek out. WFA is a minority- and women-owned registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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