Edith & Eddie
Directed by Laura Checkoway (USA, 2017, 29 min.). Digital.
Edith and Eddie, ages 96 and 95, are America’s oldest interracial newlyweds. A family feud threatens to disrupt the couple’s happiness.
The Issue of Mr. O’Dell
Directed by Rami Katz (USA, 2018, 35 min.). Digital.
This documentary tells the story of Jack O’Dell, a 94-year-old African American civil rights activist.
Paris Blues in Harlem
Directed by Nadhege Ptah (USA, 2017, 14 min.). Digital.
Paris Blues in Harlem is the story of a young woman, Paris, and her attempts to save her grandfather’s insolvent Harlem jazz nightclub. Paris has a few hours to convince her rigid elder to accept a real estate agent’s briefcase with mounds of cash in exchange for his nightclub. But, as time runs out, he struggles to let go. With only a few seconds left, Paris is faced with a choice between legacy and money.
Directed by Jacopo Manzari (Italy, 2017, 28 min.). Digital.
An elderly man from the Romagna countryside hires a Moroccan shalim to work for him.
Directed by Randall Dottin (USA, 2017, 13 min.). Digital.
A heartbroken single mom is about to plunge into a new relationship when her child’s father returns with a secret.
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