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      2019 Fall MFA Documentary Film Screening in Stanford


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      December 10, 2019

      Tuesday   7:30 PM

      450 Serra Mall
      Stanford, California 94305

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      2019 Fall MFA Documentary Film Screening

      Event Details:

      Films by First Year MFA students in the Documentary Film Program.

      Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.

      Free and open to the public.

      NOT LISTED IN SCREENING ORDER:

      Manzanal  by Jon Ayon
      “Me llamo Rufina Amaya. El 11 de Diciembre del año 1981, llegó una gran cantidad de soldados del ejército…” Un testimonio. Doce testigos.

      Biding Time (Working Title) by Sydney Bowie Linden
      Family members call in to a late-night radio show in an attempt to send messages to their incarcerated loved ones.

      I Thought I Wasn't Ready (Working Title) by Aurora Brachman
      A mother and child discuss a difficult moment of truth.

      These Walls Talk (Working Title) by Adrian Burrell
      These Walls Talk sketches black life through the eyes of my grandmother, Threather, who sought refuge from racial terror in Minden Louisiana by moving to Oakland in 1945. The film presents the poetics of Threather, reflecting on her 94 years and 286 grandchildren.

      Vocalisations (Working Title) by Anna R. Japaridze
      A sound has reverberated through the Bay Area for generations, but it now
      appears to be at risk.

      Alpha Hotel Six Charlie Yankee (Working Title) by Michael T. Workman
      Hiroki has a vast network of friends all over the world that he has never seen, only communicating with them using an obscure form of technology.

      Oraciones (Working Title) by Jessie Zinn
      A young girl tries to memorize a prayer for her first Holy Communion in the Buena Vista Mobile Home Park.

      Dirtbike Mike (Working Title) by David Zucker
      An on-call junk hauler waits for his next job.

      Categories: Film | University & Alumni

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