2015 Spring MFA Documentary Film Screening
Thursday, June 11, 2015 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm
free and open to the public
Films by the MFA in Documentary Film and Video Program First Year students.
Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.
IN SCREENING ORDER:
Last Days at Hacienda
by Sami Chan
At the Hacienda public housing complex in Richmond, CA, residents live in limbo as they await relocation.
A Distant Reflection
by Cheng Zhang
A look at the experiences of living abroad from an immobile perspective.
Some Forgotten Calculation
by Chris Ward
An exploration into the history of computing and our science fiction past.
An audiovisual essay that explores the influence and the dominance that humans impose upon nature.
How does a child come to comprehend the world in all its tenderness and violence?
Combating one of the highest teen suicide rates of the country, a man working as a crossing guard in a wealthy Silicon Valley town reflects on his experience.
A filmmaker ponders his identity shift through the lens of baseball.
A subsidized senior apartment complex provides the backdrop for a meditation on aging, solitude, and femininity.