Date: Saturday, February 11, 12PM and Sunday, February 12, 4PM
Location: Glicker Milstein Theater, Diana Center LL200
Q&A session to follow screenings with And Nothing Happened Director Naima Ramos-Chapman and Terence Nance, Executive Producers of Leeches Hansdip Bindra & Samrat Chakrabarti; Dangerous Curves Director Merete Mueller, Producer Dominique Herard, and subject Roslyn Mays, A Day on my Wheels Director Tiffany Konyoyiannis and subject Sarah Kim.
A Day On My Wheels
Directed by: Tiffany Kontoyiannis ’17, Written by Sarah Kim ’17
Documentary Short, 2015 [USA] English, 5 minutes
Barnard College student, Sarah Kim, has never let cerebral palsy stand in her way. A Day On My Wheels celebrates Sarah’s accomplishments, determination, and passion for life.
And Nothing Happened
Directed and Written by: Naima Ramos-Chapman
Documentary Short, 2016 [USA] English, 16 minutes
A young woman juggles between the mundane and the extraordinary in an attempt to leave her NYC apartment following a sexual assault.
Directed by: Merete Mueller
Documentary Short, 2016 [USA] English, 11 minutes
What is confidence, really? On stage, online, and in everyday life, plus-sized pole dancer Roslyn Mays uncovers vulnerability and strength through public exposure.
Directed and Written by: Payal Sethi
Narrative Short, 2016 [India] Urdu, 26 minutes
A surprising story of a sister’s sacrifice as 18-year-old Raisa hatches a dangerous and improbable plan to save her younger sister from becoming a child bride in Hyderabad.
Directed by: Marvin Bryan Lemus, Written by Moira Morel and Erick Castrillon
Narrative Short, 2015 [USA] English/Spanish, 12 minutes
A gay Latina mourns the death of her butch girlfriend, Mac, and vows to bury her loved one with dignity, despite resistance from Mac’s family.
Where We Stand
Directed by: Kristine Stolakis
Documentary Short, 2015 [USA] English, 21 minutes
The powerful story of a controversial group of Mormon feminists fighting for women’s ordination in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.