Icons (Ronnie Cramer) 5:10
Five hundred years of world art are presented in five minutes by three dozen iconic works made up of 2,500 individual drawings.
Still Water Runs Deep (Abbesi Akhamie) 15:00
A father's concealed emotions begin to stir when he is faced with the portent of a missing son.
Zero, Zero, One (Andrew Poteete) 17:02
After being the first one selected in the 1969 Vietnam draft, a young man returns home two years later to find a bevy of changes amongst his friends and family.
My American Friends (Cheng-Sim Lim) 5:02
A new American citizen examines her life and her new friends as she breaks down how she has adjusted to being in America.
Doze of Reality (Wide Angle Youth Media) 4:19
Using satire, the students who produced this project exercised their skills in research, ideation, scriptwriting, project management, leadership, and video production.
Kapaemuhu (Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, Dean Hamer, Joe Wilson) 8:24
This beautifully animated film addresses the hidden history of four healing stones on Waikiki Beach, and the mysterious spirits within them.
Sheep Will Devour Us (Mostafa Rostampour, Atefeh Rezayan) 11:00
A girl who is the victim of a premature marriage wants to prevent her sister from repeating those bitter memories.
A City in Chaos (Lisa Tuvalo) 3:25
In the midst of the Freddie Gray riots in Baltimore, a Mother searches for her missing son - past the city curfew.
The Problem That Has No Name (Hannah Bonner) 6:39
This film demonstrates ways in which domesticity's insidious and confining nature is mapped onto interior spaces of films and women who cook, clean, consume, and serve as caretakers.
Making Soppressata with Dom and the Guys (Tony Buba) 14:32
A group of men continue the 100-year-old family tradition of making a cured dry sausage typical of Basilicata, Apulia, and Calabria.
RAIN Up-CLOSE (Louise Fleming) Louise Fleming 3:21
Torrential downpours. Steady drizzle. Cascading droplets. The meditative nuances of rain...