May is just about over, and it’s time to choose one of our Projects of the Week to be named May’s Project of the Month. The project that receives the most votes for Project of the Month will receive a consultation from the Sundance Institute!
Voting will be open until Monday June 4 at 5 PM.
Go to the bottom of the page to vote for May’s Project of the Month!
The links to more information about each project are below.
Good luck to all of the filmmakers!
“Remember O Goddess”
Our hero was abandoned in the tallest apartment in Seoul, one of the largest cities in the world, finding himself unable to remember his identity and basic life skills. When he overcomes his fear of the outer world and finally pucks up to courage to go out, he discovers greater hope to find someone who remembers him than to restore his own memory. The film follows his quest to reconnect with a lost love.
GROWING CITIES is a film about urban farming in America. Part roadtrip movie and part feel-good documentary, the film weaves together urban farmers’ stories in over 20 cities across the country, providing a window into the people who are transforming our communities one vacant city lot and backyard chicken coop at a time. In following the filmmakers’ journey cross-country, viewers are prompted to re-imagine what’s possible in cities and inspired to create GROWING CITIES of their own.
“Heart Child” is a documentary film about twenty-nine year old Crys Worley, who is the mother of a nine year old autistic child, Sasha. It is a remarkable story about a mother’s struggles, not only with her own health, but the well being of her son. Committing to Sasha that she will never give up on him and inspired by the challenges parents of autistic children face, she started a non-profit organization, called A.Skate – Autism. Skating with Kids through Acceptance, Therapy, and Education. This film documents her extraordinary journey.
Dean lost his job, his house, and now is about to lose his wife to a deadly disease–deadly not just for her but for everyone around her. She has a type of cancer that makes her unable to control her anger and violent impulses! She’s not alone. It’s an epidemic that has struck the world.
Now it’s up to Dean to pull his family together and find a cure for his wife through a regiment of psychological tests, strict dietary restrictions, forced meditation, intense physical activity and excruciating experiments, desperately hoping to turn her into the woman she once was.