Community Voices: America’s Stories Documentary Screening May 12th, 2021 at 6 p.m.
April 30, 2021
Join us on Wednesday, May 12th at 6 p.m. PST for a virtual premiere screening
of Community Voices: America’s Stories, a documentary film program.
The screening will be followed by a Q and A with the filmmakers.
This year’s screening features the following films:
LOVESICK by Michael Khuraibet, Kyle Scoble, & Liam Abbott
Four couples navigate through their relationships in the time of the pandemic.
VALLEY OF FLOWERS by Emma Asson, Kaylee Kim, Sophia Nino, Melissa Zhuang, & Yusi Chen
The town of Valley Center, California comes together to save its local flower farms during the COVID-19 outbreak.
CLOSED UNDER FURTHER NOTICE by Emma Barda, Flo Singer, Ben Hunt, & Johnny Bernardin
The Ferron Elementary family, made up of faculty, parents, and students in Clark County, Nevada, work hard to stay connected though months of virtual learning in hopes of safely returning to campus soon.
THESE MOMENTS by Dylan Chant, Nic Kuklinski, & Scott Larson
A look at three activist photographers as they document three separate social movements across the country.
COUNTRY ROADS by Jackson Mach & Micaela Edwards
After the sudden loss of their son, a family finds purpose in the sharing of his story, and the silent epidemic that consumed him.
LIFE AGAIN by Orion Huang, Anna Maite Kaplan, Caitlyn Saw, & Hunter Ramaekers
A 43-year-old man once sentenced to life in prison struggles to gain a sense of normalcy upon his early release during a pandemic.
BISBEE ALWAYS SURVIVES by Hailey Leonard, Valentina Riffel, Isabel Roney, & Silvia Ren
This historical documentary parallels the influenza pandemic of 1918 with the COVID-19 pandemic in Bisbee, Arizona, and shows how the town’s reflection on its past as a fragmented mining town allows it to better face its problems as a united community in the present.
No RSVP necessary; Open to the Public
Zoom link: https://chapman.zoom.us/j/91508003682
For more information, contact professor Sally Rubin at email@example.com
With many thanks to the Dhont Family Foundation for their generous support of the Community Voices initiative.