SURGE Film Festival Interview with the Co-writer, Co-director and Performer Ann Bonifacio

Ann Bonifacio interviewed by Sara. Ann's film screened during the Fifth Annual International S.U.R.G.E.! Film Festival. She has described the film in the following manner:

"Most films rarely uncover the human's 52 sides. This attempts to do just that. Out of Character contains an actual conversation about being yourself in a society that solicits you to be anything but, 'and more'. It's about identity, religion, the war, neurosis, compassion, competition, school, church, indulgence, socialization, school shootings, the Sun, Time, self-hatred, repetition, History, pain, loneliness, wealth, immaturity, pollution, the word of God, individuality, oppression and depression."

The SURGE Film Festival would like to give special thanks to our amazing volunteer videographer, Will, who provided and used his own professional video equipment to film this interview as well as very quickly taking care of the video editing within a couple days after the interview was filmed. SURGE would also like to thank Sara and all the other many participants, including the organizers at The Variant, the Film festival venue, who helped to make this interview possible. SURGE welcomes volunteers from all over the world on a year round basis who want to help with interviews, graphic design and all the many aspects of organizing that make this film festival with free of charge admission and free snacks possible each and every year in several cities throughout the world.

This interview is brought to you by:
The Annual International Social Uprising Resistance and Grassroots Encouragement (S.U.R.G.E.!) Film Festival

the Annual International A World Beyond Capitalism Conference Organizers

part of
the Year Round Africa Needs Free Justice School