POLITICAL FILM FESTIVAL – Sunday July 4th – Stream for FREE all day.

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POST-ELECTION WORKS, 17min., USA, Experimental Documentary

Directed by Kate Haug

Combining a philosophical framework of Walter Benjamin with her present day production of political ephemera, the filmmaker/artist examines a circular nature of history and her identity as it evolves within the context of contemporary politics. A collage of internet imagery and personal reflection, Post-Election Works becomes a dialogue between the online, digital archive, activism and the narrator’s subjective experience.

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DREAMER, 8min., USA, Drama

Directed by Vergi Rodriguez, Diana Zollicoffer

Lily Cruz, a DACA recipient, travels on a medical volunteer mission and upon returning to the USA a TSA agent isn’t so welcoming.

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LA MARELLE, 3min., France, Drama

Directed by Alexandre Nicot

The hopscotch game goes from the earth to the heavens » Nazaré Pereira.

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THE STORY OF LILY LEE CHEN, 18min,. USA, Documentary

Directed by Nox Yang

Retired politician Lily Lee Chen recalls her experiences of becoming the first Chinese American woman mayor and fighting against the anti-Asian/anti-immigrant sentiment in the 1980s.

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GEORGE FLOYD: SAY THEIR NAME, 7min., USA, Music Video

Directed by Christopher R. Owens, Alyssa Dann

When will the “last” time be the LAST time? Chris Oledude’s single “George Floyd” has now been re-presented in the powerful video, “George Floyd: Say Their Names.” America’s struggle for equality and fairness throughout law enforcement parallels those struggles faced by minority groups in every society where the majority feels empowered to disregard civil and human rights. The powerful protests that erupted worldwide after George Floyd’s murder in May, 2020, are celebrated here. The enduring power of Black women as determined healers of a torn community is celebrated here. The victims had names. We honor their lives by saying their names.

The pressure for change must continue. No justice? No peace!

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