Host Paul Booth and Co-Executive Producer review two feature films from the San Diego International Film Festival.
The Samuel Project tells a powerful story of generations connecting for the first time. A whole new world opens up for a teenage grandson and he starts to understand his grandfather’s life for the first time when he meets the woman who hid his grandfather from the Nazis as a young boy during WWII and saved his life.
Dodging Bullets (Documentary)This wonderfully-eye-opening (and important) documentary examines the Historical Trauma that has wrongfully fallen on the Native American people. There are no specific words to describe the tragedy, but this documentary is transcendant. See this review to learn a little more. http://mspmag.com/arts-and-culture/minnesota-made-documentary-sheds-light-on-historical-trauma-plaguing-native-communities/