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Lunenburg Doc Fest is proud to present the Doing It My Way shorts program.
The Doing It My Way lineup is:
The Lawnmower Men
Director: Brendan Cleaves
Every year in a field in West Sussex, the worlds most extreme endurance motorsport race takes place, on Lawnmowers.
Director: Carmen Pollard
I'm Not Bad Luck: The True Story of Kesz Valdez
Directors: Marcos Negrao, Johanna Schnell
Against all the odds, a 5-year-old homeless boy goes on a mission to improve the lives of fellow street kids.
My Father The Mover
Director: Julia Jansch
Alatha’s father calls himself a Mover. Using African dance moves, he helps kids in Khayelitsha township to transcend their hardship (drugs, poverty and abuse) and “find their superpowers.” The Mover is also a single father. And while he has helped many kids, he still has difficulty getting his own daughter to find her own powers. But in a tender moment together, this is all about to change.
Director: Josephine Anderson
In a meditation on the limits of the body and the mind, three young women (Andréane Lanthier Nadeau, Miranda Miller, Brittany Phelan) muse on their experiences as professional mountain bikers.
Director: Abbey Spacil
This short documentary profiles Time Attack racer Sonya Klaus, a young nurse with a need for speed, as she competes in the final round of the 2019 Nissan Challenge.