The Royal Starr Film Festival, an international four day movie gala celebrated in downtown Royal Oak, Michigan, kicks off its sophomore season this October featuring more than 100 screenings of shorts, features, & documentaries. [F-b01-s08]
The Mailman (Becca Messner / United States) When we're growing old, we sometimes lose track of the little things.
Dylan and his mailman have always had a close connection. When his mailman stops coming around, Dylan starts to realize that with growing up there are things that you don't notice you have until they're gone.
Smile (Jarod Clark / United States) A short film based on a true story...
Changing of the Leaves (Emory Parker / United States) Behold the fall.
A weary old woman seeks help around the house from a sweet neighborhood boy.
Now or Later (Mara Kassin / United States) Elise, a Hasidic woman and Mike, a black man start an unlikely relationship on Shabbat.
Akoma (Lunar Flame / United States) “Akoma” is a post Civil War Era drama surrounding two courageous young women in a fight for love and freedom that could cost them their lives.
Four Pies (Andrew Huggins / United States) A woman returns home to her two sisters and grieving father after her mother dies.
Episodes (Joshua Achatz / United States) Mental Illness. Loss. Isolation. A young recluse struggles with mental illness and loss.
The Sheriff's Children (Mike Boedicker / United States) Where does duty end and family begin?
Based on the acclaimed story by Charles W. Chesnutt first published in 1889, "The Sheriff's Children" dramatizes the conflict between duty and family, as a sheriff guarding a prisoner from a lynch mob faces a crisis of conscience.
See all of the films being screened at http://BoxOffice.RoyalStarr.org
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