San Diego

San Diego, January 31 - February 2, 2019

What if your country was swallowed by the sea?

Filmmaker(s):
Matthieu Rytz
Year:
2018 / 77m
Feb 2

During three years of unparalleled violence in Baltimore, Maryland, award-winning filmmaker Marilyn Ness takes viewers beyond the headlines and into the lives of community members, police, and government officials.

Filmmaker(s):
Marilyn Ness
Year:
2018 / 106m
Feb 2

In small-town Steubenville, Ohio, a sexual assault at a high school football party became national news, leading to the sentencing of two key offenders and leaving the American town changed forever.

Filmmaker(s):
Nancy Schwartzman
Year:
2018 / 81m
Feb 1

"We have years of activism under our belts. Now we just fight harder, we fight smarter, and we fight as one."

Filmmaker(s):
Anayansi Prado and Heather Courtney
Year:
2018 / 85m
Feb 2

It is our time now to step forward and say, "OK, it’s not about what gender I am, it’s about if I can get the job done. And we for years have shown that, so why not acknowledge us?"

Filmmaker(s):
Gabriel Silverman, Co-director Fiona Dawson
Year:
2018 / 92m
Jan 31

Screenings:

In Está Todo Bien, Caracas-born Tuki Jencquel asks a pharmacist, trauma surgeon, activist and two patients to confront the same questions millions of Venezuelans are facing: protest or acquiesce, emigrate or remain, lose all hope or hang onto faith?

Filmmaker(s):
Tuki Jencquel
2018 / 70m
May 22
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