2007 Winter MFA Documentary Film Screening
Tuesday, March 20, 2007 - 7:30pm
Free and open to the public
4 Short Digital Videos created by MFA Documentary First Year Students
An inside look at the Medieval world as recreated by the Society of Creative Anachronism from the perspective of one of its oldest members.
by May Lin Au Yong and Kelcey Edwards
With implacable resolve and well-worn boots, two plain-speaking Californian cowgirls steward both land and beast through the uncertain seasons. Their trusty mares accompany them in the craggy valleys and in the brokenness of their own lives, bringing redemption and restoration.
by Nick Berger and Emmanuel Dayan
A glimpse into the lives of three people who suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), a condition in which people become intolerant of small doses of common chemicals found in our environment.
by Peter Jordan and John Kane
After being discharged from Walter Reed Army Medical Center, a happy-go-lucky American soldier returns with his wife and daughter to their home in Kentucky. Left in Baghdad is an alternately tragic and comic portrait of a family man on the first day of the rest of his life, which he must live without his left arm.