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2015 Thesis Documentary Film Screening

Saturday, June 13, 2015 -
2:30pm to 5:30pm
Annenberg Auditorium

free and open to the public

 
 
 
Thesis films produced over the course of the year by graduating students in the MFA in Documentary Film and Video Program. Q&A and Reception to immediately follow screening.
 
 

IN SCREENING ORDER:
 
 

Laps
by R.J. Lozada

Going the distance with the San Quentin 1000 Mile club.

Where We Stand
by Kristine Stolakis

The story of an unlikely group of feminists fighting for ordination in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Bisonhead
by Elizabeth Lo

Bisonhead chronicles a Native American family's controversial journey to Yellowstone National Park to exercise their right to hunt wild bison. 

The Assassin & Mrs. Paine
by Max Good

One woman’s unshakable connection to the JFK assassination continues to haunt her fifty years later. 

Blue Star
by Chris Giamo

In memory of the Indian Army's massacre of Sikhs at the Golden Temple in June, 1984. 

Frogman
by Tyler Trumbo

When the stories of a father are larger than life, what separates the individual from the legend?

My Aleppo
by Melissa Langer

After fleeing the civil war in Syria and relocating to another continent, a young family struggles to preserve their ties to the ancient city of Aleppo. 

In Attla's Tracks
by Catharine Axley

An aging legendary Alaska Native dogsled champion trains his grand-nephew to carry on a century-old village tradition and compete in the world’s largest dogsled sprint race.