Spectrum

  • 74 mins

In this program


Black & White

Directed by Edgar Garcia Chavez

This experimental film dissects the Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary’s definitions of the words Black and White – to prove how historically, the meanings of the words have been engrained with very specific connocation in relation to race and ethnicity.

Caravan

Directed by William Michael Anderson

The film centers on an outcast in a rural English community who draws the attention of a vengeful mother after a chance encounter with her two young boys.

Freezerburn

Directed by Sarah Rattay-Maloney

An absurdist comedy about queerness, finding yourself, and the lies we live with until we can’t. Because sometimes it takes a magical cat person to push you out of the heteronormative nest.

Motions

Directed by Starr Nathan

The energy exchange of three New Yorkers collide on the train in stories of anxiety, heartache and redemption. All are victims to their thoughts and daily life motions. They can rise above it, but it’s never that simple.

My American Family

Directed by Victor Migalchan

Coming to America to fulfill the ‘American Goals’ could be challenging, and that’s the case for Alexander Romanovich. Having lived in China for many years, he arrives in the U.S. through an educational program, only to find himself experiencing double culture shock in the new country. His homestay family is not making things easier for him.

Self-Titled

Directed by Daymian Mejia

As Luke finalizes his debut album, he struggles to escape an audio hallucination that has infected his reality.

Dates & Times
Past
Online

Wed, Sep 15
6:00 pm