|June 21, 2018||5:00 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
In coastal Colombia, a mother teaches her daughter how to swim so that she may go to the mangroves and harvest the piangua shellfish with the other women in the village.
A young boy maneuvers around his frenetic Kosovan family while his Roma friend waits outside.
A seven-year-old boy is about to see his mother for the first time since his parents' divorce.
An awkward, lonely boy is infatuated with his new neighbor, a young caregiver. In his own way, he reaches out to her...
Grace is five. She wants milk and cookies. Everyday. Real bad.
On her seventh birthday, Sora deals with the rigid demands set by her family.
Young children at the California School for the Deaf take part in an ordinary day at school in this immersive and touching documentary.
A young Turkish girl with an overflowing imagination looks back on happy memories of holidays with her family, but dark and terrifying realizations begin to emerge.
|Running Time:||86 minutes|