Saturday, February 18th
3:15 – 5:15pm
NAVAL HERITAGE CENTER: BURKE THEATER
$12 in advance here or AT THE DOOR
Directed by Massimo Loi, Gianluca Mangiasciutti
Aurora and Alba, inseparable friends, are very different from each other. One lives in compliance with the rules imposed by her parents, the other one is independent, free and tries to look mature for her age. One day Alba convinces Aurora to leave for a journey together, towards a secret and mysterious place.
Directed by Christian Cooke
Since his wife, Edith’s, death four months ago, Jake has fallen into a life of drinking and isolation. He believes that Edith is haunting him and now she appears in his local pub.
Directed by Terra Marine
Juliet seeks comfort from her best friend Luke after a hard break-up.
Directed by Andrew Hawkins
Masquerade, A Story of the Old South is an uncommon slave narrative, capturing the experience of both African Americans and gay people during this complicated time.
Directed by Christien Bart-Gittens
After discovering he has a special ability, a young man must make the most difficult decision of his life.
Directed by Val Jashari
Eliza Evans, a quiet thirteen year old girl learns how to become a woman from her distraught mother who abandoned her two years ago.
Directed by Denise V. Powers
The morning after a first night spent together reveals some disconcerting surprises. Accusations fly and expectations collapse. Who will emerge the wiser from this difficult conversation?