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.

Twenty films will have a more limited window of availability (e.g., 24 hours, 48 hours, 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 20 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,” "Fish & Men," “Here We Are,” "Lights of Baltimore," “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. 5-12: Fish & Men

Nov. 5-15: The Reunited States

Nov. 6: 9to5 

Nov. 6-8, 13-15: 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: Lights of Baltimore, Omar and Us, and Paper Spiders

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

Nov. 21-22: Zappa