[POSTPONED] 2020 Thesis Documentary Film Screening
Saturday, June 13, 2020 - 2:00pm to 4:30pm
Postponed until further notice
Films by graduating Second Year MFA students in the Documentary Film Program.
Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.
Free and open to the public.
Still living in his childhood home, twenty-five year old DeVaughn reflects on his relationship with his family as he continues to build a life of meaning.
Former Army Ranger Chris Pesquiera experiences freedom after 33 years at Soledad State Prison in California. He leans into a community of formerly incarcerated veterans for support as he takes his first steps back into society.
In the depths of a winter in Maine, an end-of-life doula prepares her clients for death while grappling with her own uncertainties about loss and mourning.
Three women recount the physical and psychological effects of early motherhood, reimagining the myth of the 'perfect mother'.
Amid the pandemic, a couple find themselves stuck in a place thousands of miles from their homeland.
In a world where industrialized meat production has become the norm, some Muslims strive to maintain a diet that is permitted by God and is more humane.
Kathryn is the "well-sibling” in a family torn apart by the death of her older sister Fernanda. In the tropical warmth of Miami, Florida, Kathryn struggles to reconcile her memories of Fernanda.