Each One, Teach One by Gabriella Gilbert and Press Pass TV (5 min.). Last summer, Gabriella Gilbert went to Haiti to volunteer at the Summer Day Camp created by her own older sister, Shaina. Shaina was only 20-years-old, when she decided to make a difference in the world, and did it in the area of Haiti where their mother grew up.

Losing to Violence by Diana Julien, Zaquanna Rogers, Abdul Karim, and Press Pass TV (8 min.). Whenever someone dies due to violence, the entire community is impacted. Nowhere is the devastating effect felt more than at home. Press Pass TV explores the impact violence has on siblings and what we as a community can do to lessen it.

My Phoenix by Diana Julien (2 min.). Diana lets us in on her very personal journey of anger and hurt by the loss of one of her childhood mentors, Acia, who was tragically killed in an arson fire. However in the end, Diana ends on her positive note, remembering that no matter what, Acia will always live on in her heart and memory.

Escaping the Island by Malone Lumarda (5 min.). A young individual struggles with society's obsession with technology.

Big Willow by Jared Katsiane (10 min.). My big brother has been friends with Willow for a long time, but today he got real scared that she would not be around much longer.

The Roxbury International Film Festival

Shorts Program II- Youth Focused

Next Session: This event is closed.
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Remis Auditorium, 161
Admission
$8MFA members, seniors, and students
$10Nonmembers
Ticket Purchase Required
Event Type
Film