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Drama Short Film Block | The Human Experience

  • 90 mins

The Human Experience- Drama Short Film Block

Step into a world of raw emotions, compelling narratives, and powerful performances with our Drama Shorts block. These films will take you on an emotional rollercoaster, delving into complex human experiences, moral dilemmas, and the intricate web of relationships. Expect poignant storytelling, character-driven plots, and intense moments that will leave you pondering long after the credits roll.

Filmmakers in attendance for Q&A following the film screening.


Date: Wednesday, November 15th

Venue: Digital Gym Cinema

Time: 6pm

In this program

It’s a Match

Directed by Ron Najor

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We Want a Homeland

Directed by Mohab Adam, Rafid Butrus

In the demonstrations in Iraq in 2019, militias affiliated with Iran kidnapped a demonstrator in order to find out from which side he is funded.

Dos Bros Force

Directed by Jyothi Kalyan Sura

Los Angeles, 1996. The Suras are a financially struggling immigrant household of four – Jay, the workaholic, never-at-home dad; Rekha, the mom and the heart of the family; 11-year-old introvert Vicky, and 8-year-old peppy little Isha.

For her 9th birthday, Isha has only one wish – to get $12 dollars to play video games. Unable to convince her parents, she devises an ingenious plan with Vicky to raise money but when her plan fails, her reserved brother commits a well-intentioned mistake to fulfill her wish. The innocent act of love will change their lives forever.

Dying to Learn

Directed by Leroy J. Barrett III

It was just a typical day-in-the-life at school…until the shooting started.

My Happy Place

Directed by Devin Scott

In 1965, 7 year old Anna Boreman sets off on a 6 week road trip across America with her estranged, traveling minister father in search of forgiveness and Autopia.