Here are Sunday's highlights at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, held at multiple venues in downtown Missoula:
Films all day and evening at the Wilma, Crystal and Top Hat, beginning at 10 a.m.
“Siblings Are Forever”: A warm and poetic film about an elderly brother and sister who live as many Norwegians did 50 years ago. Feature Competition. Wilma Theatre, 10 a.m.
“True Son”: The story of a 22-year-old African-American Stanford graduate, Michael Tubbs, as he campaigns for a seat on Stockton, California’s city council during a year of record homicides and impending bankruptcy. Feature Competition. Wilma Theatre, noon.
“Brave New Wild”: Stumbling upon her father’s hi8 tapes, a daughter discovers a world of delinquent oddballs and wino nomad-poets who dedicate their lives to an absurdist art form: rock climbing. Top Hat, noon.
ADA shorts block: Seven short films from the Americans With Disabilities Act strand, with several filmmakers in attendance. Top Hat, 2 p.m.
Shorts block: 10 short films, including competition films and “Abdulai” from Missoula student filmmakers Aidan Avery and Lane Brown. Wilma, 3:15 p.m.
“Hip Hop-eration”: Three 90-somethings travel to Las Vegas to compete in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships. Wilma, 7 p.m.
“An Honest Liar”: Profile of the world-famous magican, escape artist, and enemy of deception James “The Amazing” Randi. Crystal, 7 p.m.
“Bugarach”: A tiny village in southern France enjoys a quiet life until it’s determined that it will be the only place to survive Doomsday. Wilma, 9 p.m.
Filmmakers in attendance
Q&A following film screening:
“Siblings Are Forever,” Frode Fimland, director. Wilma, 10 a.m.
“There Will Be No Stay,” Patty Dillon, director. Wilma 2, 10 a.m.
“Florence, Arizona,” Andrea Scott, director. Crystal, 10:15 a.m.
“True Son,” Kevin Gordon, director. Wilma, noon.
“The Age of Love” Lindsay Lindenbaum, producer. Wilma 2, noon.
Shorts block: “Gaucho del Norte,” Sofian Khan, director; “Dryden: The Small Town That Changed the Fracking Game” Chris Jordon-Bloch, Director. Crystal, noon
“Brave New World,” Oakley Anderson-Moore, director. Top Hat, noon.