A Living Wage by Dan Albright and Andi Keyes (USA, 2015, 21 min.). At the front lines of the struggle in Boston for a $15 minimum wage and union rights are Darius Cephas, a McDonald’s fry cook, and Tiny Figueroa, barista at Dunkin’ Donuts.

JadyWady and the Bedbugs by Sheila Burke (USA, 2015, 3 min.). Two friends decide to go on a hunt for insects in the backyard. They catch all kind of insects, but no caterpillars. Maybe next time!

 Naija Beta by Arthur Musah (USA, 2015, 50 min.). Dreaming of shaking up education in Nigeria, a team of Nigerian and Nigerian-American MIT students heads home one summer to teach technology to high-schoolers through a competitive robotics camp in Lagos. As they seek to contribute to a new and better Nigeria, their idealism is tested by reality.

This is a kid-friendly program.