Saturday, February 18th
NAVAL HERITAGE CENTER: BURKE THEATER
$5 AT THE DOOR
Directed by Yilin Yin
An Indian-Muslim housewife is pregnant and asked by her husband to abort the baby girl. To protect her child, she flees to America. Seventeen years later, she finds out that her daughter is pregnant…
A MIND IN MASQUERADE
Directed by James Carline, William Wright
A story told from the perspective of a pathological liar. Told one way, shown another.
Directed by Caleb Wild
A teen aging out of the foster care system, scrambling to determine his future, is suddenly interrupted by the appearance of his biological father.
INSIDE OF US
Directed by Miranda Pla
(USA/2016/1:52mins/East Coast Premiere)
A chase through worlds ensues between a girl and the creature that festers inside of us all.
Directed by Jack Waddell
Jane examines her own mental and emotional situation when faced with her worst fears.
Directed by Callahan Bracken
A piano teacher discusses how she tries to help her students both technically and spiritually in a Japanese inspired animation.
Directed by Grant Jones, Jack Campise
Two ex-buddies are trapped in a closet together after the cops bust their party. Tensions start running high as conversation dives into the topic of Stacey Miller. Welcome to the 80’s.
Directed by Jacob Chang-Rascle
In a post-apocalpytic world, a spy infiltrates a small group of survivors with a sinister mission, and will be forced to choose between following orders, and doing what he knows is right.
Directed by Kevin Gordon
An anti-bullying film by high school students that depicts verbal abuse amongst girls. The film follows two girls, one who is a victim of bullying, and another who is a bystander tasked with an important decision.
Directed by Charles Ehrman
Ross, a teenager training for a state champion title as a wrestler faces the hardships of an athlete. Ross’s father, also the coach, pushes him over the limit to an eating disorder.
Directed by Alula Abraham, Zenab Abubakari, Alyssa Berrios, Rediet Betru, Kaleb Dagne, Abel Demiss, Oliver Hulser-Morris, Angelica Moreno, Alix Swann
Excessive use of force by police is not new. We have known about the killings of men, women, and children of color too many times over the last few decades as a result of interactions with law enforcement. The only thing that is new is the video camera.