Fear No Film: Your Boundaries

Fear No Film: Your Boundaries
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One of the most fun parts of having films grouped into different thematic categories is trying to find the common thread that unites a group of seemingly disparate films. According to the Fear No Film Guide, the films in this category are designed to explore “ways of seeing your limits, who you think you once were, who you are now, and what might lay ahead.” Though the following films were vastly different in tone and content, each of them offered their own personal challenge to rethink the world as we might see it. … read more

Fear No Film: Relationship Boundaries

Fear No Film: Relationship Boundaries
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Relationships are defined by their boundaries. When two people become romantically involved, there are boundaries that must be maintained for that relationship to thrive. When the boundaries between parents, children, brothers and sisters are threatened, the core of a person’s identity is at risk. … read more

Fear No Film: Global Boundaries

Fear No Film: Global Boundaries
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The selections for this year’s Fear No Film festival have been eye-opening, to say the least. It’s nice to know that we still live in a world where boundaries are constantly being challenged and redefined, and even nicer to know that we have a local presence who believes it’s important to share these messages with our community. … read more

Fear No Film: The Way You See Others

Fear No Film: The Way You See Others
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To some degree, we each place judgement on others. These films are about how you see the people around you all day, every day. … read more

Fear No Film: Societal Boundaries

Fear No Film: Societal Boundaries
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These films identify the boundaries of who we are as a nation, right now, at this moment, while comparing this to other countries. … read more

Fear No Film: Historical Boundaries

Fear No Film: Historical Boundaries
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These films explore the limits that we all share as humans, from “traditions” that we can’t quite shake, to hypothetical next steps as a species. … read more