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2022 Spring MFA Documentary Film Screening

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Spring films by first-year graduate students in the Documentary Film MFA Program.

Q&A with filmmakers and reception to immediately follow screening.

Not in screening order:

First Fridays
By Lauren Howell
Children pursue their artistic passions and actualize their dreams amidst everyday challenges in the fast-changing city of Oakland.

$40 Billion
By Susana Barrón 
As the California wine industry adapts to climate change, farmworkers risk their lives to keep up with production.

the tanks have become small
By Sruti Visweswaran
The circulation and accessibility of war images on social media takes the filmmaker back to the archetypal image of catastrophe.

By Enrique Pedraza Botero
Through a series of intimate conversations, two artists from different generations reflect on the meaning of home.

By Rowan Ings and Faye Tsakas
In a small California town, awaiting refugee status, Masha and her family experience the distance and closeness of war.

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