Once Around The Block (of Films, that is)

We are posting the blocks of films as a convenience for those of you who are fortunate enough to attend The Snake Alley Festival of Film. Of course, the smart people would just watch them all. But…you know where you fit into which category.

Anyway…here they are in no particular order:

 

 

NOTE – Films within blocks are not in set order. Films listed will play sometime within the two hour block designated below.

 

Thursday – Block 1 (2-4 PM)

The Simple Gift of Walnut Grove

Zebra

Goran

Branches

The Wake-Up Call

Charlie

Scheherazade

Take a Penny

Thursday – Block 2 (6-8 PM)

Black Hawk’s Final Resting Place

Contract Removals

The Best Things Since Sliced Bread

Slope Park

Silenced

Safe Space

Shotgun Wedding

Poor Sailor

Thursday – Block 3 (8-10 PM)

Fishing for Unicorns

Damn It, Mamet!

Cowboys

Savage Hero

Fear

Innocent

Chanterelle Rain

Walk Away

1-0

Lennis Moore: Woodcut Print Artist

Friday – Block 1 (2-4 PM)

Invisible Sister

Buried Hearts

The Pen

Meaningful Gestures

The Dare Side of the Moon

Conversations With a Cigarette

To Have and Withhold

Friday – Block 2 (6-8 PM)

Junk Girl

Special

This Was My Son

Death To Cupid

J.K. The Reaper “Exodia”

Shakespeare with Noodles

Seagulls

Even The Walls

Friday – Block 3 (8-10 PM)

Hyena’s Blood

Spearhunter

Hollywood Gals

Tick Tock

Onyx Window

Une Liberation

Witches Tree

Saturday – Block 1 (12-2 PM)

The Man in The Can

The Struggle Of Libations

Falling To Pieces

Beneath Water

Sprint to the Past

The Lost Mariner

One of Those Couples

DSL: A Cereal Intent

Saturday – Block 2 (2-4 PM)

Run

Tom In America

The Dangle

The Woods

Bandito

The Memory of Martin Fugue

Guilty

The Sound of the Road

Saturday – Block 3 (4-6 PM)

That Night

Awakenings

Butterfly Dreams

Solve for Y

Ferdinand Knapp

The Future Perfect

Tickle

Saturday – Block 4 (6-8)

Lapsus

Scared to Death

Urgent

Coyote Girl

Nona

I Owe You

A New Man

Ride The Blues – Sneak Preview

Now that you’ve seen the line-up, we’re sure you’ll be there for every last drop of creative genius on the silver screen at the Capitol Theater in Burlington, Iowa.

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