Out of Bounds
Documentary directed by Noube Rateau and William Medero (USA, 2016, 55 min.). Out of Bounds take an in-depth look at how athletes deal with issues of the inner city and how sports could be the vehicle to escape and find success. The documentary brings together for the first time some of the largest local and national names in sports. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, Jackie MacMullan, and Robert “Scoop” Jackson give their perspectives on the importance of athletes and finding success after sports. NCAA Division I basketball standout Brian Rudolph (New Bedford), All-American football player Matt King (Stoughton), All-Conference basketball star Kharee Louis Jeune (Brockton), and others are chronicled about their lives in the toughest parts of their cities and how sports were their ticket out.
Take The ‘T’ Train
A Boston Hip Hop Documentary Documentary directed by Tyler Armstrong (USA, 2016, 45 min.). Take the ‘T’ Train documents the history of Boston’s hip hop community. It has interviews with some of the city’s most famous past and present speaking about their experiences and thoughts on where Boston has been, where it is, and where it’s going.
The Art of Being Haunted
Directed by Kimo Hill (USA, 2016, 15 min.). Basqui, a first-year college student suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, brings his ghosts with him on his way back to school.
Followed by a Q&A with the directors.
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