2016 Thesis Documentary Film Screening
Saturday, June 11, 2016 - 2:30pm to 6:00pm
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:
Night falls in a parking lot and a filmmaker has a series of unusual encounters.
One filmmaker's quest to understand his father and the record-breaking ocean voyage he made 43 years ago.
A doctor walks the line of his own morality as he participates in lethal injections, while personally opposing capital punishment.
Moments of intimacy and distance unfold before us in this quiet examination of family life across three generations of women.
Four decades after hijacking a plane to Cuba to avoid charges of killing a state trooper, a former black power militant reflects on his past in a letter to his nine-year-old Cuban son.
In the tendency to assume that science-based conclusions are objective and reliable, public health tragedies are allowed to occur repeatedly.
After a long period of absence, Sthefany decides to go back home in Mexico to confront her parents about her gender identity.
Robert Kalani has filed about 60 lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Lee Ky's family-owned donut shop, which she manages from her wheelchair, got sued under the ADA. Twenty six years after its signing, is the law a means of activism or an enabler of abuse?