• All Sorts

To describe All Sorts in a single sentence is fairly easy: When a young man (Diego) gets a job at an office building, he discovers the magical world of underground competitive folder filing behind a secret door and falls for his talented coworker (June), who may have the talent to win it all. It's already unique, but the charm of J. Rick Castañeda's second feature, shot in Yakima, WA, is more than the absurdity of its storyline; it's in the assembly of delightful characters brought to life by perfectly cast performers and the film's consistently surprising and often surreal eccentricities. Is it the over-the-top company boss (a hilarious Luis Deveze), who is obsessed with data? The surprising way employees are disappearing at the company? The way Payday candy bars are used as currency? The list could go on. But it isn’t all eccentricity. At its core is a lovely connection between Diego (Eli Vargas) and June (Greena Park) that develops during conversations surrounded by a mountain of bankers boxes and rides to competition events; they are the emotional gravity around which the surreal office orbits. All Sorts is a celebration of what audiences love about independent cinema at film festivals: It’s an opportunity to see something unexpectedly fun that you can tell your friends about tomorrow at the office watercooler...er...Zoom meeting.

LIVE Q&A - April 15, 8:30pm PT
This film is available to view April 8–18. We suggest watching it on April 15 starting at 6:50pm PT followed by the live Q&A at 8:30pm PT. J. Rick Castañeda (director) scheduled to participate.

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  • Sun, Apr 11, 2021 All Day
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