Bethesda Film Fest 2015 Program 

Cal, the Writer (6 minutes, 19 seconds)
Film by Benjamin Boult and Harry Shock; Sue Sheridan, Producer
When Cal was born, his mother and father were told that he would never walk or talk. Apparently, no one passed that info on to Cal, now a freshman in college and a Kennedy Center award-winning playwright.
Fate Of A Salesman (26 minutes, 46 seconds)
Film by Ben Crosbie and Tessa Moran

After 60 years of business, Men’s Fashion Center faces its biggest challenge: a tough economy and a gentrifying neighborhood. For the salesmen whose identity, legacy and redemption are tied to the store, they must come to terms with a new future.
My Pit’s the Pit – McLean High School Marching Band (4 minutes, 58 seconds)
Film by Josh Leong

A look at the unique, passionate and under-appreciated front ensemble percussion section – the Pit. Each overlooked member of the Pit is instrumental in the foundational success of the band.
The Stillbrave 100 (17 minutes)
Film by Jay Korff

Tom Mitchell, affectionately known as Tattoo Tom, attempts to finish a 100 mile off-road trail race in which each mile is dedicated to a different child battling childhood cancer.
Towpath Joe (7 minutes, 40 seconds)
Film by Susanne Coates and Emily Wathen

Towpath Joe follows island caretaker, musician, naturalist and Potomac River advocate, Joe Hage. After moving to a small island adjacent to the C&O Canal, Joe reconnects with his passion for music and becomes a diplomat for the river.