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. [S-b04-s08]
Head Up, Throttle On (Joseph Wells / United States) Two senior citizens undertake a perilous motocyclye trip to the Canadian Arctic wilderness
Coddington Trail (Hannah Basciano / United State) As part of the national Rails to Trails campaign, the proposed Coddington trail divides the land and community of a small New York town.
A small town in New York is conflicted over the creation of a bike trail on an abandoned railway. As part of the national “Rails to Trails” campaign, the proposed route would divide properties and the community. The local government claims they have the rights to build, while the homeowners fight to save their privacy, livelihoods, and unpolluted land. The question remains as to who really has the right to land, and whether or not democracy will prevail in the country’s smallest division of government.
Dream Cruisin' (Mindy Silberman / United States) A documentary about how the dream began. Are you a Cruiser?
Cars represent freedom. The invention of the automobile allowed people to create their own worlds by traveling independently and on their own time. Since then, the tradition of “cruising” has become a way for many to honor and celebrate the cars that define their generation. There’s nothing quite like being in the driver’s seat. This is Dream Cruisin’…
See all of the films being screened at http://BoxOffice.RoyalStarr.org
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