2018 Spring MFA Documentary Film Screening
Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Free and open to the public.
Films by First Year MFA students in the Documentary Film Program.
Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.
IN SCREENING ORDER:
An intimate look at how mass incarceration impacts a mother on Mother’s Day.
A wig shop becomes a safe haven for women's concerns on beauty and identity.
In this troubled world we currently live in, there is still a power that brings us all together.
The people of Reserve, Louisiana struggle to understand why there is such a high rate of death due to cancer in their community.
An introspection of breaking culture and freedom of movement featuring East Side Union.
After serving 41 years of a life sentence in San Quentin Prison, Darryl fears his imminent release into a world he has never experienced before.
A Mormon considers leaving his faith.
A visual portrait of labor and how one community survives off scavaging cans and bottles in San Francisco.