Four powerful stories that enact change. (Total Running Time: 120 MIN)
The Panola Project | Directors / Producers: Jeremy S. Levine, Rachael DeCruz
This subtle yet engaging documentary features Dorothy Oliver as she organizes to keep her rural Alabama town safe from COVID-19 by vaccinating everyone. Courtesy of The New Yorker (USA, 17 MIN)
The Elephant Whisperers | Director: Kartiki Gonsalves
The Elephant Whisperers follows an indigenous couple as they fall in love with Raghu, an orphaned elephant given into their care, and tirelessly work to ensure his recovery & survival. The film highlights the beauty of the wild spaces in South India and the people and animals who share this space. Courtesy of Netflix (INDIA, USA, 40 MIN) Screens as part of the in-person program only.
My Disability Roadmap | Directors: Samuel Habib, Dan Habib
Samuel Habib has one goal: to be an independent adult. He travels across America and interviews key figures in the disability rights movement in order to create his own playbook. Courtesy of The New York Times Op-Docs (USA, 23 MIN)
The Martha Mitchell Effect | Directors: Anne Alvergue, Debra McClutchy
She was once as famous as Jackie O. And then she tried to take down a president. The Martha Mitchell Effect is an archival documentary portrait of the unlikeliest of whistleblowers. Courtesy of Netflix (USA, 40 MIN) Screens as part of the in-person program only.
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