Between Us (USA)

Thursday, April 25, 7:00 p.m.
Between Us (USA) Feature Film
Directed by Dan Mirvish
Starring Julia Stiles, Taye Diggs, Melissa George, David Harbour

In this darkly comedic drama, a newly married New York couple meets with old friends in their huge Midwestern home. Despite their wealth, the hosts are in a bitterly destructive marriage. A few years later, the couples reunite in New York, but the tables are turned as the young couple struggles with parenthood and finances, only to discover their old friends even more successful and much happier than before.


Thursday, April 25, 9:00 p.m.
Directed by Dino Gallina
Alex Nikoladis is a young thug and rebel released from prison, returning to the water off of Florida’s west coast to dive for sponges as his deceased father had. The town he knew has declined due to Red Tide, an algae bloom that has killed the industry. His older brother sold their family’s sponging boat and is involved in illegal drug trade. Alex struggles to stay straight, but falls back into this dangerous world to make money and buy back the boat. Tension among the brothers and a fiancé causes a struggle over drug addiction as they seek a way out or risk drowning in the ‘Red Tide.’

Bittersweet Monday (USA)

Thursday, April 25, 6:00 p.m.
Bittersweet Monday (USA)
Jaime Lee, Director
When longtime best friends, Jeremy and Monica say their goodbyes before Jeremy’s big move, they find themselves holding onto more than just their friendship. Separately in committed marriages, the two find themselves in an overwhelming emotional shift, exacerbated by the circumstances that bring them together and alone again.

Out of the Woods: Life and Death in Dirty Dave’s Homeless Camp (USA, FL)

Thursday, April 25, 3:00 p.m.
Out of the Woods: Life and Death in Dirty Dave’s Homeless Camp (USA,FLORIDA)
Michael Arth, Director
‘Dirty Dave’ Grimsley is a hard-drinking leprechaun with the gift of gab, a heart of gold and nary a pot to piss in. He runs a homeless camp in the woods waiting for Volusia County, FL to donate public land for a community of services for adults who fall through the cracks..

This no budget documentary was filmed, narrated and edited over a four-year period while Arth was trying to get approval to build Tiger Bay Village.

The Gift of the Game (USA, Cuba)

Thursday, April 25, 3:00 p.m.


Author and director Randy Wayne White returns to Cuba despite swearing he would never go back after the Muriel Boatlift. Twenty years later, White sets out to resurrect a children’s baseball league founded by Ernest Hemingway many years before. The film shares the tribulations and what it took to get the people and equipment in place, not to mention talking the American government into allowing them to go. Throughout their trip, White and the guys saw kids playing baseball everywhere with homemade bats and balls. The bats would be hand carved out of tree limbs and they would fashion balls out of anything they could find. It was amazing to see the love of the game there.