Total running time: 96 minutes

Creative Feds

Erica Ginsberg, Leon Gerskovic
USA, 2017, 15 minutes, documentary
Civil servants by day. Artists by night and weekend. Go beyond the stereotype of the "faceless bureaucrat" by meeting two federal workers who are as dedicated to public service as they are to their music.
In Person: directors Erica Ginsberg and Leon Gerskovic


Jean-Marc Poteau, Linda Leila Diatta
USA/Haiti, 2017, 25 minutes, documentary
A 13-year-old boxing hopeful from Haiti's notorious Cité Soleil slum is determined to box his way to the top.


Leon Guanzon
USA, 2016, 5 minutes, documentary
In a U Street gallery, DC's punk scene becomes an unlikely collaborator with permaculture, the agricultural system characterized by reciprocal self-sufficiency and community ethics.
In Person: director Leon Guanzon

Puerto Rico: Citizens in Peril

Rich Henrich, Daniel Seymour
USA, 2017, 8 minutes, documentary
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, citizens of Puerto Rico describe the environmental, economic and emotional toll of this catastrophic storm.
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In Person: directors/producers Rich Henrich and Daniel Seymour and editor Alex Rubenstein

Queens in Training

Deanna Del Ciello, Anna Molinaro
USA, 2017, 15 minutes, documentary
In Washington D.C., two African-American girls prepare for a citywide chess tournament and learn to apply those skills to challenges of race and gender.
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In Person: directors Deanna Del Ciello and Anna Molinaro

Yewub Dar

Azigza Nuru
USA/Ethiopia, 2018, 28 minutes, narrative
A young fisherman struggling with a catch diminished by invading water hyacinths in Lake Tana is forced to leave the woman and country village he loves to look for work in the city.
In Person: director Lij Azigza

Sunday, April 22
1:30 PM


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