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2016 Spring MFA Documentary Film Screening

Films by the MFA in Documentary Film and Video Program First Year students. Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.
IN SCREENING ORDER:
Sleepless Silicon by Dane ChristensenDrivers for Silicon Valley’s biggest car sharing company contemplate how they work and live through their smartphones.
(Almost) Freedom by Puck LoA day in the life of four electronic monitoring devices.
Distribution by Sam EllisonAn immersive look at the informal movie marketplaces of Managua, Nicaragua.
Fault Line by Aria SwarrAn experimental essay film about fear in America.
Powder Fresh by Lyntoria NewtonA sprinkle a day keeps the odor away.
Película de mi padre by Priscilla Gonzalez SainzAn homage to the image(s) of my father.
Trees of Life by Leonor Zúniga GutiérrezMysterious trees planted by the Sandinista government are changing more than the landscape in Nicaragua.
The Legend of John Henry by Olivia A. BookerThrough his music, a Palo Alto native shares his values and love of nature with the changing landscape of Silicon Valley.

Details

When:

Thursday, June 9, 2016. 07:30 PM

Where:

Cubberley Auditorium

Sponsor:

Department of Art & Art History

Contact:

650-725-3030
urbanek@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free and open to the public.