Thin Line Fest Announces Full 2021 Film and Music Line-up
The biggest documentary film festival in Texas returns — virtual pop-up style — March 23-28. Presented by streaming specialists, Falcon Events, Thin Line Fest 2021 is delivering six days of world-class cinema and music directly to viewers.
27 features, 44 shorts, 17 musical performers — all live-streaming directly into the audience’s homes for free.
Thin Line Fest 2021 is a unique live virtual experience — audience members will experience real-time screenings together. The fest’s virtual platform offers attendees the chance to mingle with filmmakers, musicians, and other attendees in virtual venues between screenings and performances.
“Over the previous year, most festivals have adopted an on-demand format similar to Netflix,” said Thin Line founder Joshua Butler. “Thin Line Fest has instead focused on creating an ‘in the moment’ and live experience across six days of watch-it-or-miss-it programming.”
“The movie-going experience has changed, obviously, but filmmakers are still telling important stories,” said Butler. “We’re thrilled to offer viewers the opportunity to see films they ordinarily might not get a chance to see — all from the safety and comfort of their couches.”
Taking place March 23-28, Thin Line Fest 2021 showcases acclaimed documentary films from across the globe. This year’s line-up includes an Oscar-nominated short, ten international films celebrating US premieres, two world premieres, and work featured at film festivals like Slamdance, IDFA, Sundance, Visions De Reel, Big Sky, and SXSW. Additionally, attendees will enjoy live-streamed performances from some of the most respected musical artists Texas has to offer.
An Array of Subjects
With stories set in Russia, Iran, Brazil, and across the USA, Thin Line features award-winning and Oscar-nominated filmmakers. Among this year’s documentaries, topics covered are vast: environment, education, social injustice, music-movement-arts, space exploration, incarceration reform, advocacy for disabilities, political action, universal workforce, LGTBQ, major-city gentrification, military history, photography, and more.
See everything the fest has to offer at www.thinline.us. Register now to attend.
FEATURE FILMS: Alice Street; Amazon Mirror (O Reflexo do Lago); Anatomy of Wings; Help Is On The Way; Kombinat; Missing in Brooks County; Mu and The Vanishing World; My Darling Supermarket; Operation Wolf Patrol; Proof; Punta Sacra; Queen Lear; Red Heaven; Rumba Rules, New Genealogies; SanDance!: A Journey to the Heart of San Culture; Since I Been Down; Spouses; The Condor & The Eagle; The Falconer; The Forbidden Strings; The Girl Who Wore Freedom; The Silhouettes, Time Was; Try Harder!; We Are As God; Witness Theater; Your Face.
For Humanity; Her New York; Huntsville Station; I’m with Harrison; Ignis; L.A. Roll; Material Bodies; Nomads’ Land; Oil & Water; Pam; Pandemic19; Pant Hoot; People Over Profit: A Small Business COVID-19 Documentary Short; Road to Roxham; Shoulders Deep; Skate in Tokyo; Snowy; Take a Vote; Take Me To Prom; Tangled Roots; Team Meryland; The Field Trip; The Gender Line; The Last Miner;