Thursday, April 12, 9:15 PM
Director: Matthew Herbertz
Soon after the 2016 U.S. election, an anti-Trump activist waits outside a supporter’s home considering something that could result in deadly consequences.
Director: Marc Ménager
Immersed in a history that is still very much alive, Diego will preserve the memory of those who resisted totalitarianism.
Director: Ladj Ly
In the modern-day Parisian neighborhood of Victor Hugo’s novel, a new transfer cop learns abusive policing practices of two veterans.
Director: Frank Ternier
In the absence of words, can the body take its revenge?
Director: Pablo Polledri
Ambition, exploitation of labour, environmental pollution, corruption and much more in the amazing world of free market!
Director: Anaiis Cisco
The story of Larry, a middle aged Black man, whose trip to the bodega for coffee and cigarettes leads to his unwarranted death.
CPS Closings & Delays
Director: Kristin Reeves
The Chicago Board of Education made history in 2013 approving the closure of 50 schools, the largest public school closing to date in the United States.
Director: Guli Silberstein
Swarming pixels engulf an inexorable flood of human will and passion.
Director: Luciana Ceccatto Farah
An animated history of Uganda’s presidential succession, based entirely on hearsay – yet supported by archival photography.
Director: Jeff Zorrilla/Ignacio Tamarit
3 minutes, 16mm
A defacing of the image of normality sold to the public en masse.