Showcasing five narrative short films.
Director: Marcellus Cox
A Award Winning Drama about an Angel's descent from Heaven to Brooklyn looking too clear the air, bridging a Gap fining common ground addressing an important key of life between Law Enforcement and Minorities.
Director: Theodore A. Adams III
A celebrated young African American actor enrolls at a prestigious theater school in Japan to play the lead role in Shakespeare's Othello, only to find his dreams of greatness are tempered by an instructor who challenges him to question his reason for being there.
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.