CARBON COPY

(Michael Schultz, 1981)

 OMA

OMA

Filaments of connection floating in projector light.

Documentary, 95 minutes
Sunday, April 15, 2018, 4:30pm ⎯⎯⎯ Hilan Theatre


The Last Tape | directed by Cyprien Clément-Delmas & Igor Kosenko, Ukraine/Germany, 12:12
A young man and a veteran meet for the last time before the Ukraine war separates them.

Charming Strangers | directed by Weichao Xu, USA, 22:24
Through the lens of a vintage film camera, a Chinese photographer and his 8-year-old students rediscover their experience as immigrants in the United States.
#Competition

Dengê min Hilgirt (Carry My Voice) | directed by Hasan Demirtas, USA/Turkey, 19:02
A personal story of love and separation against the backdrop of an episode of Kurdish history with profound consequences to this day.

Hallo Salaam (Hello Salaam) | directed by Kim Brand, The Netherlands/Greece, 15:07
Two young boys visit a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. First encounters of handing out food and careful greetings soon become playful gatherings and good conversations.

All The Leaves Are Brown | directed by Daniel Robin, USA, 11:00
A short film about memory, loss, family, and a sugar maple tree.
#Competition #Georgia

Oma | directed by Bill Kirstein, USA, 15:24
A rich discovery in a dusty attic raises long forgotten questions for a centenarian facing the loss of her short-term memory. An exploration of memory, secrets and living to be 100.