(Claudia Llosa, 2006)
Broad stripes and bright stars, the American ethos.
Documentary, 99 minutes
Friday, April 20, 2018, 6:00pm ⎯⎯⎯ Hilan Theatre
Footprint | directed by Sara Newens, USA, 17:05
A purely observational meditation on how different people engage with the World Trade Center Memorial, exploring the ways we choose to commemorate tragedy in the age of technology, social media, and changing attitudes toward patriotism.
Shot. | directed by Aemilia Scott, USA, 9:30
Footage from every police shooting over the last two years, taken unedited, and aligned ⎯⎯⎯ synchronised to the moment of the first gunshot.
Nuuca | directed by Michelle Latimer, USA/Canada, 12:58
The oil boom in North Dakota has brought tens of thousands of new people to the region and with that has come an influx of drugs, crime and sex trafficking.
Socks on Fire: Uncle John and the Copper Headed Water Rattlers | directed by Bo McGuire, USA, 15:05
A failed poet takes up cinematic arms when he returns home to Hokes Bluff, Alabama to discover his homophobic aunt has locked his drag queen uncle out of the family home.
The Fourth Kingdom | directed by Adan Aliaga & Alex Lora, Spain/USA, 14:21
The kingdom of plastics, a redemption center in NY for immigrants and underdogs where the American Dream becomes possible indeed.
Brooklynn | directed by Charlie Mysak, USA, 12:14
A deeply personal look into how gun violence impacts a family long after the media spotlight fades away.
Towards the North | directed by Jessica Chermayeff & Joshua Bennett, Mexico/USA, 17:48
With their sights set on the U.S., mother and daughter cover the length of Mexico, facing immigration officials and taking selfies along the way – only to arrive in Tijuana where the US border suddenly becomes a dark reality.