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MISSING PERSON is a semi-finalist at a Waco Film Festival

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MISSING PERSON was a semi-finalist at the Waco Family and Faith International Film Festival last year and they decided to screen it again this year. Thank you to the people at that film festival.  ...

MISSING PERSON - a James W. Hawk film premieres

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MISSING PERSON - a James W. Hawk short film has premiered on YouTube on  December 25 at 10 a.m. and will be available thereafter for those who miss the premiere. The link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIK1q6vrSmc  or search on YouTube for "Missing Person James W. Hawk". MISSING PERSON is the story of a boy and his single father resolving an important issue. It is a heartwarming upbeat story. MISSING PERSON was a semi-finalist at the Waco Family and Faith International ...

Distance

Director: Janno Jürgens.

A lonely boat wanders around aimlessly in the fog, which has unexpectedly rolled up. The engine has stopped working and the visibility is as clear as the relationship between the father and son, who sit in the boat. What happens when these two are faced with an inexplicable threat?

Make Me Man

Director: Dmitriy Rozin.
Make Me a Man is about a Russian immigrant family where the husband (and a father) is trying to prove his manhood, his ability to control the hardship the family is facing. Upon arrival to Brooklyn, USA, the father and the son are forced to look for work. Trying to “make a man” out of his son, the father takes him along to the gathering at the daily laborer location. Shortly, a Hassidic Jew, who needs his pool washed, drives in. The father suspects that the employer tries to molest his son at the poolside, but when they get home, it turns out otherwise.
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