(Patricia Riggen, 2007)

Abu Adnan (Adnan’s Father)

Abu Adnan (Adnan’s Father)

Blueprints of borders fabricated internally and externally.

Narrative & Documentary, 107 minutes
Monday, April 16, 2018, 6:15pm ⎯⎯⎯ Plaza Theatre

Eighth Continent | directed by Yorgos Zois, Greece, 11:00
On Lesvos Island, an old abandoned dump lies within two big craters, overflowing with thousands of life jackets from the refugee waves.

Abu Adnan (Adnan’s Father) | directed by Sylvia Le Fanu, Denmark, 25:13
Sayid wants to keep his status as a father and the family patriarch in a new linguistic and cultural setting, despite his sons progress in assimilating to the Danish language culture.

I Have a Message for You | directed by Matan Rochlitz, Israel/United Kingdom/Belgium, 12:45
To save her life, a woman left her father to die. Decades later, she got a message from him.

The Driver is Red | directed by Randall Christopher, USA, 14:37
Set in Argentina 1960, this true crime documentary follows the story of secret agent Zvi Aharoni as he hunted down one of the highest ranking Nazi war criminals on the run.

Euna | directed by Seung-Hyun Chong, Korea/Germany, 18:45
A young factory worker tries to come to grips with her life as an outsider.

Sin Cielo (Without Heaven) | directed by J.S. Maarten, USA, 24:59
Delia and Memo are like most teenagers; defiant, hormonal, always on their phones; except they live in one of the most dangerous neighborhoods bordering Northern Mexico - where Dollars rule and missing girls' bodies turn up mysteriously in the river or never at all.