Last weekend, I attended the 14th annual Waterfront Film Festival in Suagatuck, Michigan. It’s been named as one of the best festivals in the country by SAG Indie and Film Threat, among others, and it’s always one of my favorite weekends of the year. It’s an entirely non-profit and volunteer-run festival, and every year it’s just a triumph of logistics and execution. This was, I think, my tenth year at the Festival, and every time has been a great experience. Over the next three days, I’ll be reviewing all of the movies I saw at the Festival. Today, it’s Without, Cinema Six, and the documentary Wild Horses, Wild Ride.