Published on April 14th, 2014 | by admin0
The 2014 Festival
If you missed the 2013 Graduating Classes film presentations in February, you can view some or all of the docs here:
“Platform” by Jenise Morgan
From prayer in a strip-club parking lot to the closing of America’s only worker-owned peep show, Platform explores the fantasy trade through faith and labor.
“When You Can’t See the Film” by Yijun He
Due to censorship, many films can’t be released in China, but underground cinema clubs are making independent films accessible despite the risks.
“The Pakistan Four” by Shehzad Hameed Ahmad
Four strangers in America are redefining the narrative of what it means to be a Pakistani Muslim woman.
“Barrel to the Head”
With suicides making up two-thirds of all gun deaths in the U.S., Barrel to the Head offers new insight into an issue that is plaguing the nation, and it has little to do with legislation.
“From Tunisia to Syria” by Rami Ayari
“Going Tribal” by Faith Briggs
The password is: Briggs
“Starting on the Right Foot” by Johnny Cathcart
password is NATAS
“Nowhere Else To Go” by Michael Shade
The following films also screened but we cannot share their films here. Please contact the filmmaker to find out more.
“Lend Me a Line” by Dezelle Bennett
When everyday farming of rural communities in Africa crosses paths with modern mobile phone technology, a new line is forged to help farmers succeed in business.
“Transforme” by Jitske Zoethout
A film on transgendered youth
“Detachment of Women” by Nanfu Wang
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“Mime Ministry” by Whitney Mallett
An exploration of gospel church mimes in America