Programs have been announced for our upcoming New York and Los Angeles On The Road dates. In New York, we're showing our feature documentary audience award and narrative jury award winners, and in Los Angeles we have a special journey into the heart of mayhem with a shorts program from our anarchy, animation, and experimental programs. Slamdance On The Road is presented by CreativeFuture.

Slamdance On The Road New York
Tuesday March 25 7pm & 9pm

IFC Center, 323 Avenue of the Americas

7PM Tickets
Kidnapped For Christ by Kate Logan
winner, audience award for documentary feature
American teenagers are taken from their homes in the middle of the night and shipped to an Evangelical reform school in The Dominican Republic. The school psychologically disorients them through culture shock and isolation, to re-build them into ideal Christian adults. One such student is David, who gets forcibly enrolled in the program after coming out to his parents. The struggles David’s community face to secure his freedom reveal how far the school will go to prevent its students from leaving.

Milk And Blood by Markus Englmair
A lactose intolerant milk farmer takes revenge on his father after being wrongly accused for breaking the milk tank.

9PM Tickets
Rezeta by Fernando Frias De La Parra
winner, jury prize for narrative feature

Rezeta, a 21-year-old model born in Albania, arrives in Mexico City after living off of her beauty in many different countries. Soon she meets Alex, the guy in charge of cleaning her trailer during her first commercial gig in Mexico. Their friendship unfolds naturally, but after two failed attempts at dating stereotypical Mexican males Rezeta becomes romantically interested in Alex. This is the story of their complicated love.

Pink And Baby Blue by Catrin Hedström
A transgender woman decides between using the men’s restroom or the ladies’ restroom. Or rather, the men’s world or the women’s world.

Slamdance On The Road Los Angeles
Thursday April 3 7pm
Downtown Independent LA, 251 S Main Street

Anarchy, Animation,
and Experimental Shorts

A night of shorts filled with dark stories, psychedelic visions, and depraved observations from Slamdance's anarchic side.

Another by Sean Buckelew
A Tongue Silent Like Your Words by Vita Weichen Hsu
Bird Shit by Caleb Wood
Drink The Gloom by Yigit Kalyoncu
Glass Eyes of Locust Bayou by Simon Mercer
Kuhani by Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine
Moving by Marc Horowitz
Promo by D.N. Williams
R/B/G by Alejandro Peña
Real Ethereal by Evan Mann
Salmon Deadly Sins by Steven Vander Meer
Unicorn Blood by Alberto Vazquez
UU by Yu Yu
Wawd Ahp by Steve Girard
Welcome by Rachel Ruizhen Ho
White Hot Grid by Jess Iglehart

For information about all upcoming dates and locations, click here.