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Dear Audrey

Dear Audrey

In the heart of New York City's grandeur, we discover a woman who dared to defy cultural norms and push boundaries, illuminating her profound impact on New York City's art, architecture, and culture.

Nehir Onay

15 min.  |  TURKEY  | Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 7 pm Theatre 2

Deep Ambition

Deep Ambition

Karen van den Oever attempts to break the women's world record for the deepest scuba dive.

Shareen Anderson

20 min. | UK | Documentary Short

PSCC March 21, 11 am Theatre 1

Di Sarno

Di Sarno- The Story Of Emilio's Ballato

The connection to Southern Italy runs deep. Emilio was born in the San Marzano area, home of the famous tomatoes. Gioacchino, his brother-in-law still grows them there for him.  The passion this family pours into the restaurant is what makes it magical.  This is what New York is about.

Johannes Kroemer, Lou Carvell

10 min. |  USA, GERMANY  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 22, 2 pm Theatre 2

David Ferrie

David Ferrie

Called "one of history's most important individuals" by New Orleans DA Jim Garrison, David Ferrie was a man of many talents and many sins. Explore Ferrie's bizarre worldview and suggests the killing of President John F. Kennedy was motivated by racist white supremacists, a cabal which included both Ferrie and Lee Harvey Oswald.

James Day

17 min. |  USA |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 21, 11:30 am Theatre 2

Debris

Debris

A husband and wife face a life-threatening situation aboard their spaceship. With only one escape pod left, they must decide who lives and who dies in 'Debris.'

Alexandra Paglieri

2 min. | USA | Animation

PSCC March 22, 2:30 pm Theatre 3

Delingha

Delingha

A trip of a lifetime.

Lu Li

6 min.| CHINA | Music Video

PSCC March 23, 6:30

Dawn Dusk

Dawn Dusk

Chelli Look, a leather bag artist, must reconcile the legacy of her sister, who was murdered 10 years prior, with the future of her career as a designer.

Blue Gerber, Jason Gerber

92 min.  |  USA  |  Documentary Feature

PSCC March 24, 2:30 pm Theatre 3

Decolonizing Data

Decolonizing Data

An animation project created in collaboration with the Seattle Indian Health Board, to raise awareness of utilizing digital data to preserve cultural knowledge and information.

Sage Andrew Romero

4 min. | USA | Animation

PSCC March 23, 11:30 am Theatre 2

Demi-Goddesses

Demi-Goddesses

A challenge to confront the viewer with their own assumptions and biases, and to consider the possibilities of a more equitable society.

Martin Gerigk

7 min.  |  GERMANY  | Animation

PSCC March 23, 5:00 pm Theatre 3

Disabled

Disabled: A Love Story

Explore the relationship and struggles of Terry, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, and her husband Jon, who has cared for her since her diagnosis.

13 min. |  USA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 2:00 pm Theatre 2

Sheila M. Sofian

Don't Get Any IDeas

Don't Get Any IDeas

Underaged drinking is about faking it till you make it. But are fake IDs the problem, or should the legal drinking age come into question?

9 min.  |  USA  | Documentary Short

PSCC March 25, 12 pm Theatre 3

Olivia Andrade

Driftwood

Driftwood

Askr survives the attack on Pearl Harbor by clinging to a floating driftwood log, but when he’s finally rescued, he refuses to let go, leading to a lifelong relationship of sacrifice and respect.

10 min. | USA  |  Animation

PSCC March 25, 2:30 pm Theatre 3

Christopher Hills Eaton

Do You See Me?

Do You See Me?

Blind musical prodigy Kyle Woodruff defies prejudice and expectations to become a skilled educator and the first blind male member of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. This inspiring short documentary showcases Kyle's extraordinary journey, as he overcomes obstacles, transforms lives through music, and shatters stereotypes in Utah's musical landscape.

22 min. |  USA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 11:30 am Theatre 2

Camille Gottscheck

Don't Look Down

Don't Look Down

Follow an aspiring Paralympian as she copes with progressive hearing loss.

8 min. | USA | Documentary Short

PSCC March 23, 4:30 pm Theatre 2

Illana Barkusky

Duet

Duet

Having forged his own path out of desperation, MacArthur Genius award-winning musician Bright Sheng describes his experience in becoming a musician during the Cultural Revolution in China. Being a musician was the only way he could embrace his destiny, but it is a path that his talented 11-year-old daughter isn't sure she wants herself.

30 min.  |  CHINA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 11:30 am Theatre 2

Lyuwei Chen

Doll Factory

Doll Factory

One day, some fatal errors occurred in the buildings, and a mutant came out. Her name is ‘Say’. Say had brought up by typical, mundane life such as school education, company, and religious life etc. She realized that the factory were controlling all of dolls including herself, and started to fighting for freedom.

 3 min. | SOUTH KOREA |  Animation

PSCC March 22, 12:00 pm Theatre 3

Junyoung Park

Dream To Cure Water

Dream To Cure Water

Two remote mountain communities in Peru that depend on the water try to fight back against the effects of climate change through innovative adaptation, combining ancestral tradition with state-of-the-art science

22 min. | SLOVENIA | Documentary Short

PSCC March 22, 7:30 pm Theatre 3

Ciril Jazbec

Dwight In Denmark

Dwight In Denmark

Dwight Lamb has been an important and influential old time folk fiddler in the American Midwest for decades, but due to a chance encounter with Danish champion fiddler Kristian Bugge and accordionist Mette Kathrine Jensen Staerk, he is now also important and influential in Denmark. Dwight had learned Danish tunes as a child from his immigrant grandfather.

27 min. |  USA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 12 pm Theatre 3

Cristopher Lee Anderson

Eat Flowers

Eat Flowers

When photographer and writer Cig Harvey found out her best friend Mary was diagnosed with terminal leukemia, she did what she knew best: made photographs. As Mary faced isolation and debilitating treatment, Cig set out to bring the world to Mary. Over the coming years, Cig captured and sent Mary images of beauty, life and color. Images that evoked the sensual, the sacred, the delicate and the brave. Images exploding with color, piercing with light.

15 min. |  USA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 22, 4:30 pm Theatre 2

River Autumn Finlay

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Experience, Experiment, Expectation

an Asian-futurism merging the tradition and mystics of the Miao people with technology, based on a parafunctional concept that metals have biological qualities.

3 min.  |  CHINA  | Animation

PSCC March 23, 5:00 pm

Yutao Fang

Fashion Victims 2.0

Fashion Victims 2.0

A tribute to Valencia street art and to ESCIF: an artist concerned about a most uncomfortable reality.

2 min. | SPAIN | Animation

PSCC March 21, 11:30 am Theatre 2

María Lorenzo

Enter Your Name

Enter Your Name

An allegory to the experiences of a pre-transition trans person, with horror elements to allude to the complex emotions and inner turmoil that one can go through.

3 min. | USA |  Animation

PSCC March 23, 4 pm Theatre 1

Aubrey Scott

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Filming Under Fire

Filming Under Fire

They made training films. They shot combat. They created films to boost Americans’ morale and to demoralize the enemy. General Eisenhower said that if it did nothing else, the intelligence gathered by the Field Photographic Branch in advance of D-Day alone justified OSS' creation. At the war’s conclusion, they gathered evidence that was instrumental in convicting the Nazi High Command at Nuremberg.  The story of John Ford in WWII.

21 min.| USA | Documentary Short

PSCC March 25, 2:30 pm Theatre 3

Dan Gagliasso

Everything Is Fine

Everything Is Fine

For Black residents in Evanston, Illinois, the YMCA was the heart and soul of the community. In 1980, the building was burned to the ground, kindling generational heartache and fissures in the city. 

29 min.  |  USA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 4:30 pm

V. Kjeldsen, Leah Holmes, Kelsey Carroll

Far From Home

Far From Home

Samira Faizi escaped to India from Afghanistan in the hope of a better life. But she is now grappling with the possibility of being stuck forever, as slow asylum processes and the lack of a refugee law threaten her existence.

32 min. | INDIA | Documentary Short

PSCC March 24, 4:30 pm

Ankita Mukhopadhyay

Fitting In

Fitting In

Clothing is an expression of who we are. In this out-of-the-norm documentary, four unique subjects to the fashion scene, revisit their upbringings and how it shaped them to style how they dress today. In the lens of mannequins, and manifesting their personality through clothing.

8 min.  | PERU |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 21, 2:30 pm Theatre 3

Yamile Abuid

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Flakey Baby (ADULTS ONLY)

3 min. |  USA  |  Animation

PSCC March 22, 9 pm Theatre 2

Ella Shea

Restless during a warm summer night, a girl descends into a fantastical landscape. In this world the girl finds eroticism and satisfaction that she was missing in her every day life.

Forgotten Shores

Forgotten Shores

21 mins.  |  NIGERIA  | Documentary Short

PSCC March 21, 2:00 pm

Nadine Rhian Ibrahim

Delve into the lives of a remarkably diverse community residing on one of the world's most secluded islands.

Frank And His Dogs

Frank And His Dogs

11 min. |  USA  |  Documentary Short

PSCC March 24 12 pm Theatre 3

Owen Markham

An aging Irishman lives a simple yet busy life amongst his friends and his dogs.

Flutter

Flutter

6 min. |  USA |  Animation

PSCC March 24, 2 pm Theatre 1

Adam Reed Levy

Jerry, an awkwardly plump hummingbird, desperately tries to fit in with his siblings. But more often than not, he only weighs them down, literally. After accidentally destroying the family nest, Jerry is exiled to an old dead tree, never to be seen or heard from again

Fortune Cookie

Fortune Cookie

4 mins. | TAIWAN | Animation

PSCC March 22, 2:30 pm Theatre 2

Fu Yang

A fortune-cookie-head crumbles himself, piece by piece in order to keep devouring creatures out of his way...

From This Small Place

From This Small Place

74 min. | USA   |  Documentary Feature

PSCC March 24, 5 pm Theatre 3

Taimi Arvidson

A six-year-old Rohingya boy named Hossain fills his days with grand adventure while growing up in the world’s biggest refugee camp. The crisis around him grows increasingly dangerous and he must grapple with the complexities of an unfair world for the first time in his young life.

Foreigner

Foreigner

17 min.  |  USA  |  Animation

PSCC March 22, 2:30 pm Theatre 3

Giovanni Lodigiani

An alien looking for life on other planets arrive on earth now made of wastelands. He descends into a large cave in the underworld. He discovers prehistoric animals brought back to life thanks to genetic experiments of a now extinct human civilization.

Framing The Future

Framing The Future

38 min. | USA | Documentary Short

PSCC March 22, 4:30 pm Theatre 2

Ilie Mitaru

Follow photographer and Syrian refugee Serbest Salih and his mobile darkroom project, which brings photography education to overlooked communities across southeast Turkey, where children contend with themes like integration, access to education and displacement from devastating earthquakes.

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