Filmmakers Attending! Documentary Short. Homeless, bullied, and failing out of high school – 18 year old Jonathon moves in with queer host parents & transfers to an alternative school. The Infamous T chronicles Jonathon's struggle for a stable life as he discovers that home is more than four walls and everyone needs a family.
In Colombia there are 102 aboriginal groups, one-third of which are in danger of extinction because of ongoing conflicts. Trapped in a protracted predicament financed by the drug trade, indigenous women are resourcefully leading and creating transformations imbued with hope. We Women Warriors bears witness to rights abuses and interweaves character-driven stories about female empowerment and non-violent resistance, unshakable courage, and unyielding faith in the survival of indigenous culture.
Directors Christopher Smith & Merete Mueller Attending While the average size of the American home as doubled in the last forty years, one couple set out to make a small, one-room home, all on their own. Documentarians and first-time homeowners Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller examine the ‘tiny house’ movement that was born as a response to ‘McMansion’ culture, as preparation to build their own home.
Special Event Ticket Price: $15.00 - LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR --SOLD OUT ONLINE Stuck is an award-winning documentary film that uncovers the real-life stories of children and parents navigating a roller coaster of bureaucracy on their journeys through the international adoption system, each filled with hope, elation – and sometimes heartbreak.