2016 Fall MFA Documentary Film Screening
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 -
7:30pm to 8:30pm
Free and open to the public
Films by the First Year MFA students in Documentary Film.
IN SCREENING ORDER:
At the Santa Clara Valley Water District, a special team ensures our water is flavorless.
A mother uses her voice to overcome trauma.
An immigrant story about memory, loss and longing.
In the informal metal trade, a metal scrapper hunts the streets of Oakland searching for his day’s keep.
Three teens prepare for their Quinceañera celebration.
An immigrant man leaves the place of work and arrives at the place of fight.
Pepe has already crossed the US/Mexico border; now he must navigate his way through parenthood.
A filmmaker sets out to understand the world of L.A.R.P (Live Action Role Play) through the eyes of a teenager.