SAN MATEO COUNTY LIBRARIES
Superfest Showcase!

 

WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 24, 2018
6:30 to 8:00 pm

HALF MOON BAY LIBRARY
620 Correas Street

 

 

**FREE EVENT WITH RSVP**

 

RSVP

Please make all access requests, including ASL interpreting/live captioning by October 14th.

 

FILM LINEUP

An older man stands above a bald young man with a pair of hair-cutting scissors.

Bastion

Just before closing time, a completely bald man walks into a barber shop. Reflections in the window and an irritating fringe have told him that it’s time for a haircut.

 

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Like If

An unlikely heroine must deal with a particular epidemic; will she alone be able to save the world?

 

 

 

A picture in the waves of the ocean with white clouds in the backdrop. In the bottom left side is a logo. It is a blue semi-circle. Inside, it says "Rooted in Rights" with a tree coming out of the T in Rooted.

The Right to be Rescued

The Right to Be Rescued is a short documentary about the impact of natural disasters on people with disabilities. This documentary tells the story of those disabled people left behind in Hurricane Katrina and what New Orleans and other cities are doing to make sure it never happens again.

 

An older man who is bald with a white beard is sitting in a manual wheelchair with machine parts all around him.

Everything is Incredible

EVERYTHING IS INCREDIBLE tells the story of Agustin, a Honduran man born into poverty and living with the debilitating effects of polio in the small mountain town of Siquatepeque, Honduras. Since 1958, he has been building a helicopter from miscellaneous materials, including bicycle parts, rebar, and wood. Agustin's project is admired by some members of his community and scoffed at by others. His story reveals his imagination, creativity, and perseverance.
 

A painting of a young boy with brown hair clasping his hands as if in prayer. Around him are questions of concern that are emanating from the back of his head.

Once Again

Using a mixture of home video footage and original animation, Spottswood Moore vividly portrays what it is like to grow up with obsessive compulsive disorder.