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Wine Country Film Festival 2013


  1. Still Photo from the film Lucky


    Avie Luthra / Cinema of Conscience, International, Narrative / South Africa / 2011 / African, Cultural, Diversity, Education, Family/Children, Healing/Health, History, Vision Quest, Youth / 100 mins
    Over the grave of his dead mother, Lucky makes a promise to make something of himself. Leaving the security of his remote Zulu village for the big city with the hope of going to school, he arrives on the doorstep of an uncle who has no use for him. Lucky then falls in with Padme, an elderly Indian woman with an inherent fear of Africans, who takes him in as she would a stray dog. Together, unable to speak each other's language, they develop an unlikely bond.

    Preceded by: Life Changing Moments

    Lucky preceded by Life Changing Moments

    St Patrick's Episcopal Church
    September 27, 2013 1:00 pm

  2. Man Up and Go

    Randy Bacon / Cinema of Conscience, Documentary / USA / 2013 / African, Education, Parenting, Youth / 92 mins
    An unlikely band of American men goes on a road trip, to the depths of Ethiopia and Uganda, to join with African men to help combat the heartbreaking situation of over 7,000,000 orphans suffering in these two countries. Not dismayed by the staggering numbers, the men literally man up and go to improve conditions, provide love and mentorship to orphans and to help provide a positive future for them. In the process the men discover their own lives are most impacted by the experience.
    Man Up and Go

    St Patrick's Episcopal Church
    September 27, 2013 11:00 am

  3. Peru Sabe

    Jesus Maria Santos / Documentary, Food On Film, International / Peru, Spain / 2012 / Biography, Cultural, Education, Food, Latino / 70 mins
    Culinarians Ferran Adriá, (of elBulli fame) the world’s most prestigious chef, from Catalonia, and Gastón Acurio, Latin America’s most influential chef, from Peru, as we discover the social phenomena of Peruvian gastronomy, where cuisine became an amazing asset for social development for the population. They embark on a journey to explore the roots of the splendor of Peruvian cuisine and its potential to transform lives. Exquisitely photographed in the PERU SABE is the result of this journey; an exciting testimony to the way in which Peruvian cuisine has found a perfect recipe for spurring social and economic development.
    Peru Sabe

    The Dunbar Elementary School
    September 29, 2013 3:00 pm