Time-Limited Events

The majority of SLIFF’s lineup of features and shorts programs will be available to view on demand anytime from Nov. 5-22.

Eighteen films will have a more limited window of availability (e.g., 24 hours, 48 hour, 7 days) and have a defined date range for access.

Special Events (opening-night event, closing-night awards presentation, New Filmmakers Forum roundtable, and master classes) will be offered as livestreams at specific times/dates.

Below is a list of all time-limited special events and films:

Special Events Available Only at Specific Times/Dates

Thursday, Nov. 5, 7:30 PM: Opening-Night Event: 8:46 with Q&A with Dave Chappelle 

Saturday, Nov. 7, 4 PM: Master Class: Editing with Karen Pearlman

Sunday, Nov. 8, 1 PM: Master Class Microbudget Filmmaking with Blake Eckard and Kristian Day

Saturday, Nov. 14, 1 PM: Master Class: Directing with Ken Kwapis

Sunday, Nov. 15, 1 PM: Master Class: Behind the Camera with Rachel Reichman

Saturday, Nov. 21, 11 AM: New Filmmakers Forum Roundtable

Saturday, Nov. 21, 1 PM: Master Class: Screenwriting with Beau Willimon

Sunday, Nov. 22, 1 PM: Master Class: Documentary Filmmaking with Anne de Mare and Jeff Truesdell

Sunday, Nov. 22, 7:30 PM: Closing-Night Awards Presentation

The following 18 films have limited time windows of availability: 

“9to5: The Story of a Movement,” “9,75,” “And I Was There,” “Asia,” “The Crossing,” “The Dark Divide,” “Dramarama,” “Here We Are,” “Mayor,” “Omar and Us,” “On Broadway,” “Paper Spiders,” “The Reunited States,” “Sapelo,” “The Sign Painter,” “Thou Shalt Not Hate,” “Transhood,” and “Zappa”

Nov. 5-11: Transhood

Nov. 5-15: The Reunited States

Nov. 6: 9to5 

Nov. 6-8: Asia and The Crossing

Nov. 6-8, 13-15, and 20-22: Dramarama

Nov. 8, 15, and 22: The Dark Divide 

Nov. 9-15: 9,75 and Mayor

Nov. 13-15: Here We Are, On Broadway, and The Sign Painter 

Nov. 15-22: And I Was There

Nov. 16-22: Omar and Us and Paper Spiders

Nov. 20-22: Sapelo and Thou Shalt Not Hate 

Nov. 21-22: Zappa