OF ONE BLOOD
(Spencer Williams, 1944)
Family ghosts of the past, present, and future.
Narrative, 99 minutes
Saturday, April 14, 2018, 7:30pm ⎯⎯⎯ Hilan Theatre
Pantheon | directed by Ange-Régis Hounkpatin, France, 24:35
Cut off from his family roots, Solomon is about to donate his deceased father’s Voodoo costume to a museum when a young street-dancer reminds him that the ancestral soul still remains.
Forgive Me | directed by Besim Ugzmajli, Kosovo, 15:00
Manipulated into joining a terrorist group, Bujar tries to convince his brother Agron to help his wife Mimosa join him in Syria.
Upset Body | directed by Delphine Le Courtois, Canada, 20:30
Gabrielle, a young independent woman, must face difficult questions when unexpected news comes hurtling into her life.
Ke | directed by Jun Chong, Singapore, 13:05
An elderly Taiwanese lady goes to Singapore's only Hakka cemetery to try and find her late grandfather’s grave before the cemetery is relocated.
Një Muaj (A Month) | directed by Zgjim Terziqi, Kosovo, 26:19
The real life story of a blind woman with no home and her four sisters’ pact to keep her at their respective residences for a month each.