Sunday, February 18th
6:50 – 9:00pm
CARNEGIE INSTITUTION for SCIENCE
$11 IN ADVANCE HERE OR AT THE DOOR
Directed by Nataliya Stoltidis
(Russian Federation / 2017 / 14mins / DC Premiere)
A story about the complex relationship of mother and daughter.
Directed by Reema Sengupta
(India / 2017 / 15mins / East Coast Premiere)
Smita must find herself a house to rent…but without a husband. An intimate perspective on the identity of the ‘Ideal Indian Female’ in urban India of today.
Hide and Seek
Directed by Shoshana Rosenbaum
(USA / 2017 / 9mins / DC Premiere)
A rock musician turned stay-at-home dad makes an impulsive wish during a chance encounter with a former bandmate, transporting him into an alternative reality.
Miriam is Going to Mars
Directed by Michael Lippert
(USA / 2017 / 13mins / DC Premiere)
A woman with schizophrenia attempts to escape a psychiatric hospital by signing up for the first human mission to Mars.
Directed by Matthew Herbertz
(USA / 2017 / 7mins / DC Premiere)
Soon after the 2016 U.S. election, an anti-Trump activist waits outside a supporter’s home considering something that could result in deadly consequences.
Directed by Eddie Lebron
(USA / 2017 / 17mins / DC)
A woman copes with grief through the use of a state-of-the-art virtual reality headset.
The Apocalypse Will Blossom
Directed by Courtney Jines
(USA / 2017 / 5mins / World Premiere)
A young woman moves to Washington D.C. to start the next American revolution.
Directed by John Graham
(Canada / 2017 / 2mins / DC Premiere)
A hypnotic dance of transformation in a metaphorical forest.
Directed by David Morrison
(USA, Canada / 2017 / 9mins / US Premiere)
A troubled high school student meets with her Principal one final time.
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