Prescott Film Festival (Wednesday & Thursday)

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
$12 per film; Tickets available 1/2 hour prior to showtime or at prescottfilmfestival.com | Visit artist's website

Wednesday: Being George Clooney — A feature-length documentary that delves into the creative, humorous world of audio dubbing a Hollywood motion picture. The film explores the personal lives of voice artists who are Clooney’s “alter egos” — as well as the process of translating an American hit into an international blockbuster. 4 pm

A Light Beneath Their Feet — Emotionally raw and observant, this coming-of-age drama balances the pull of family obligation against personal aspirations. By turns endearing, unsettling, and ultimately moving, A Light Beneath Their Feet is a triumph of empathetic filmmaking. Preceded by the short film Locas. 7 pm

Thursday: House of Time — Robert d’Eglantine invites five friends to his castle in the woods. There, he claims, he can take his guests back seventy years in time. What seems at first like a big joke propels our characters back to the Nazi occupation of France. French with English subtitles. Preceded by the short film, Back to the Start. 4 pm

Big Voice — Follow the tumultuous year-long journey of choir director Jeffe Huls, as he strives to create extraordinary music in a public school setting. He acquires the most ideal combination of voices he has ever had, but discovers his 32 talented teenagers are also the most unwieldy group he has ever taught. Preceded by the short film Wright’s Law. 7 pm


Wednesday, July 20, 2016
$12 per film; Tickets available 1/2 hour prior to showtime or at prescottfilmfestival.com | Visit artist's website