2017 Thesis Documentary Film Screening
Saturday, June 17, 2017 - 2:30pm to 5:30pm
Free and open to the public
Thesis films produced by graduating Second Year MFA students in the Documentary Film Program.
Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.
IN SCREENING ORDER:
Two women in a rural Utah town navigate two opposing identities––being gay and Mormon.
Being black and girl. Yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Michael Zakarian, an Armenian in the Old City of Jerusalem, cultivates his garden and pigeon haven while facing changes in his historic community.
Immigrants just released from detention centers spend their first night in Oakland at a motel, paid for by one of the workers. For one night of respite, they rest, reflect, and prepare for the next phase of their journey.
A woman and her son deal with the ongoing trauma of losing their family and their country.
In an Arizona desert, a dystopic collective nightmare unfolds where U.S. domestic and foreign policies collide.
In the fight to make ends meet in the uphill battle against fishing regulations, a changing climate, and their own geographical isolation, multiple generations of the residents of Atlantic, NC tell stories about their home and its environment.
Two friends drift from Haiti to Brazil to Tijuana. Now what?