4:30pm SATURDAY, September 28th — Documentary Short Film Block
(Documentary, United States, 40 minutes)
Reeves: a Home for Music is a documentary that follows the people of a former tobacco and textile town in North Carolina as they transform an abandoned 1940s movie theater into a new music venue. Against great odds, musicians, artists, and community leaders take it upon themselves to usher their sleepy town into a brave new era that celebrates their rich Appalachian folk and music scene in whole new way.
RATING: Intended for Teen Audiences or older
Director: Michael Lippert
Michael Lippert is an award-winning director and editor. He has worked on several major commercial campaigns and multiple documentary and narrative films that have screened all over the world. His latest film, Reeves: a Home for Music, is a documentary that follows a former tobacco town as it tries to reinvent itself through its rich musical heritage.