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Clam Pie

Sep 2009 | Posted by:

2009 | Directed by Dan Boylan and Guy Taylor

After gorging on a classic old-fashioned seaside delicacy a curious woman finds herself launched into a radical encounter with heaven. Clam Pie was shot at the Great Island Bakery in South Yarmouth, and at other Cape locations including Chapin Beach in Dennis.

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Did You…

Sep 2009 | Posted by:

Did You…
2009 | Directed by Chris Record/Corbin Record

Did You… is the story of a day in the life of a high school student who seems to have everything going for him. But is everything as it seems?

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I Covered My Eyes

Sep 2009 | Posted by:

2008 | Directed by Paul Turano

I Covered My Eyes investigates childhood notions of threat and safety by juxtaposing TV news broadcasts of tragic world events with home movie footage. The project was first conceived after seeing the televised images broadcast live on September 11 2001, and wondering what children must be feeling upon witnessing this horrific act within our own borders.

Soon after, director Paul Turano wrote a list of the tragic events he distinctly remembered witnessing on TV as a child in the 1970s and early 1980s. By adopting a child’s perspective, the film evokes his experience of learning about the outside world through news broadcasts, and the accompanying realization of threatened safety from forces outside his immediate family and community. As the sense of vulnerability grows throughout the film from abstract threats to more immediate and actual ones, the seemingly innocent and idyllic world of his childhood becomes overshadowed by an increasing awareness of its fragility and precariousness.

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John

Sep 2009 | Posted by:

John
2009 | Directed by Sara'o Bery

John is the heart-rending tale of a budding infatuation that leads to a heady and emotional high school hookup that tumbles forth into a tragic and painful rejection. A young boy comes of age and finds love and companionship in an unexpected place.

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Landless: The Plight of South Africa’s Informal Settlements

Sep 2009 | Posted by:

2007 | Directed by David Yim

Though it has been over a decade since South Africa has become a free and democratic country, human rights violations still occur. Forced evictions of informal settlements, reminiscent of those that occurred during the apartheid regime, have uprooted people from their homes and displaced them in distant locations. Alfred ‘General’ Moyo is one of these evicted persons who have become a part of the Landless People’s Movement in an effort to resist the unlawful and unconstitutional removal of settlements in the Johannesburg area by the provincial government.