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Showcasing five narrative short films.

Director: Marcellus Cox
An award-winning drama about an angel's descent from Heaven to Brooklyn looking to clear the air, bridging a gap, finding common ground, addressing an important key of life between law enforcement and minorities.

Director: Cady McClain
Abandoned by her childhood best friend, who is now allied with a bullying clique of mean girls, a mixed-race teenager is inspired to fight back by contemplating the life cycle of a butterfly.

Everything is Stories
Director: Daniel Navetta
Peter Stefan, owner of Graham Putnam & Mahoney funeral parlor in Worcester, Massachusetts, found himself thrust into the national spotlight in the spring of 2013 amid a damning controversy. With implications that still linger to this day, Stefan and his team faced the question of where to draw the line on who deserves a burial. Everything Is Stories explores the morality behind such decision-making and how one man--during a time of universal anger, fear, and sadness--stood up for what he thought was right.

Hold My Horse
Director: Timothy Troy
Prone to dressing in civilian clothes when not on duty, Civil War General Israel Richardson decides to teach a lesson to an arrogant young lieutenant tasked with delivering him a message.

Q&A / Panel to follow the five films.

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Chesapeake Film Festival at Academy Art Museum
106 South St
Easton, MD 21601
(410) 822-2787
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Chesapeake Film Festival

101 Marlboro Ave, Ste 53
Easton, MD 21601
(410) 822-3500

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