GIBFF 2019 SUNDAY- 3PM - SHORT FILM SHOWCASE #3 - TIME IS RUNNING OUT
Eyes of a Survivor - Dir. Daryl Brown
An experimental intake of Ojore Nuru Lutalo as he recounts the 22 years he spent in political isolation, and the flourishing comradery he built with prison abolitionist, Bonnie Kerness, whose work supported him and other prisoners.
The Color Of Skin Dir. Jessica Scott
The Color of Skin is a documentary that explores what it is like for African-Americans who have been brutalized, harassed, mistreated, disrespected and discriminated against by white men. It shows the alarming reality for many African-Americans through the use of archival footage, juxtaposing past and present, to emphasize the frequency in which bigotry and hatred occur against this community in the United States.
SnapShot Dir. Semone Brown
SnapShot is a futuristic showing of a patroller's unwarranted call to police and its unexpected boomerang effect. Whether her motivation was bias or mischief, it is a glimpse of howa woman's poor choices- one SnapShot of her life alters it forever.
I'M SORRY Dir. Marcellus Cox
A young African American man spends his last free day before heading to prison apologizing to everyone near and dear to him for betraying their trust in him.
Affinity Dir. Jala Najeeah Bennett
Affinity follows the story of Jaden Pierce, a callous lead detective , who is heading the investigation of a string of serial murders, of which his sister is also a victim. While diving into the case, he meets a young and enigmatic woman, with whom he forms a relationship, only to find out their paths are more closely linked than they thought.
Indiana University Northwest | Savannah Hall, Bergland Auditorium (View)
Gary, IN 46408
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