2006 Fall MFA Documentary Film Screening
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Free and open to the public
Real by Reel
8 black and white films by First Year students in the MFA Documentary Film and Video Program.
A little girl uses make-believe to embellish life in America after her family flees persecution in Russia.
Jyeshria wants a bullet proof vest and she’s dead serious. Found out why a nine-year old thinks this is essential in Richmond, California.
Thelma, 79, the “baby” of Grant Cuesta nursing home struggles to fill her time. From physical exercise to scripture reading to bingo, this film shows how she deals with the empty days.
A group of gay athletes faces a second coming out process as AIDS surfaces in San Francisco. With his surviving team members, Guy Decker marches on Washington to advance awareness and honor those who have passed away.
Will Rogers discusses growing up as an Evangelical Christian, the contradictions he encountered, the doubts he grappled with and where this questioning has led him.
An outsider’s look at the black and white world of pen and ink artist William Noguera.
An observation of ritual and faith in the Santeria religious tradition.
A glimpse into the life of an inventor who has built a pair of electric boots to deal with the problem of his perpetually cold feet.