Brad

Brad by Stephen Hunt

Brad

Directed by Stephen Hunt

Documentary Short | 8 min | USA

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In this documentary short, Detroit based IBEW Electrician, Labor organizer and Artist, Brad Ballard gives a tour of his warehouse and studio where the art collective, Apetechnology produces electromechanical works of art. Ballard offers his perspective on the significance of the labor movement and examines the challenges facing the city of Detroit. in "Brad" the filmmaker attempts to capture the passion and spirit of this extraordinary man.

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Mon Aug 6th 8pm - Baronet
Thurs Aug 9th 5pm - Film Salon

Imagine

Imagine by Peter Meng

Imagine

Directed by Peter Meng

Short | 5 min | Fantasy | USA

Inspired by John Lennon's Imagine, this film evokes a vision and hope for a world without strife, war and conflict. All things Central Park are used in this visual narrative, including help from an Angel.

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Mon Aug 6th 8pm - Baronet
Thurs Aug 9th 12-4pm - McGillicuddy's

KACHREWALA: Five Cents Each

KACHREWALA: Five Cents Each Directed by Daniel Guillaro

KACHREWALA: Five Cents Each

Directed by Daniel Guillaro

Short | 7 min | Drama | USA

A successful Indian business man falls on hard times, and learns the skill of picking up recyclable cans and bottles in contemporary Manhattan. Amongst the backdrop of this NYC's subculture he ponders his place in the city, and the world.

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Mon Aug 6th 8pm - Baronet
Thurs Aug 9th 12-4pm - McGillicuddy's

Someone Good Will Find You

Someone Good Will Find You by Leelila Strogov

Someone Good Will Find You

Directed by Leelila Strogov

Short | 9 min | USA

A well-intentioned Chinese immigrant father tries to teach his son, David, how to “make it” in America. When David becomes enamored by a Superman costume in a store window, his father sees an opportunity to impart to him the importance of hard work, thrift, and delayed gratification. But when the time comes for David to reap the rewards of his efforts, it turns out that the lessons he’s learned transcend those his father intended. Revealing the human capacity for connection, compassion, and sacrifice, Someone Good Will Find You is a story about the lessons parents try to teach their children, and the unintended ones children learn on their own

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Mon Aug 6th 8pm - Baronet
Thurs Aug 9th 5pm - Film Salon