donkaphant film selection

The Gentle Shepherd - Christopher Morris documents evangelical preacher Terry Fox in his pursuit to spread God's word and educate his congregation about the responsibility of voting in our democratic country. Directed by: Christopher Morris
play film Wet Foot Dry Foot - A young Cuban man risks his life for freedom with the understanding of the "Wet Foot Dry Foot" policy, a revision to the 1966 Cuban Adjustment Act, which allows any Cuban that makes his or her way onto American soil to pursue residency after one year. Directed by: Carlos V. Gutierrez
Ghetto Film School - The Ghetto Film School in the Bronx is giving a new voice to American cinema. This slick short documentary unveils the unique opportunities given to inner-city kids 14-21 that have the desire to tell their story with film. Directed by: Maurice Marable
play film Rebuilding Hope - Three "Lost Boys" returned home after civil war forced them to flee South Sudan as young children. This is an excerpt from the documentary of their journey of discovery and their efforts to provide health care and education to their communities. For more information on the feature-length documentary, still in production, please visit: Directed by: Jen Marlowe
Kids + Money - Teens in Los Angeles discuss money: getting it, spending it and learning to live without it. KIDS + MONEY is an original short film by award-winning filmmaker and photographer Lauren Greenfield. Directed by: Lauren Greenfield
play film Don't Let The Man Get You Down - Fat Boy Slim - Look both ways before you cross the street. And don't be a racist. Directed by: Brian Beletic
Victoria - This personal account of how war affects us all is based on the true story of Victoria Carlini. Actual 8mm film shot in the 1940's is spliced into this narrative exploration and epic love story shot on 35mm. Directed by: Marc Carlini
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