Waiting For Godot (United States, 5min)

Directed by: Caitlin Pashalek

Written by: Caitlin Pashalek

Cast:

Janina Gavankar, Cory Enemy

A high-art music video for Janina Gavankar's single 'Waiting for Godot'.
Gavankar plays two sides of the same person, fighting with each other as they find themselves lost in a vast plane.


The Playwright Celtic Pub


732 8th Ave  New York, NY 10036


8 th Ave. between 45 and 46 streets.

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West Encounters East (USA, Brazil, Japan, 1hr)

Directed by: Stella Holmes

Written by: Linda J. Corley, Stella Holmes (Co-Writers)

West Encounters East explores the themes of immigration, alienation and assimilation through the works of Japanese-Brazilian artists, descendants of a century-old diaspora that has given São Paulo, Brazil, the largest Japanese population outside Japan. 

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Wet Behind The Ears (USA, 1hr 30min)

Directed by: Sloan Copeland

Written by: Sloan Copeland

Cast:

Doug Roland, Jessica Piervicenti, Margaret Keane Williams, Rebecca Boughton

 


What do you do if you just graduated college? Well, most people would say it's time to get a job. But in a country where more than half of recent college graduates are unemployed, it's more likely that the end of college means moving back in with your parents...


Join Samantha Phelps on her journey into the job market, where minimum wage or jail time seem to be the only options. Wet Behind the Ears takes a comical look at joblessness and adjusting to the real world in a way that will resonate with an underemployed generation.


 

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Who Cares? (Brazil, 1hr 33min)

Directed by: Mara Mourao

Written by: Mara Mourao

Cast:

Rodrigo Santoro

WHO CARES is a 92-minute High Definition feature documentary about social entrepreneurs around the world. People who are making changes, bringing solutions, generating huge social impact and most of all, inspiring people to do the same. A film that searches the world for brilliant people with simple solutions to the hard global issues. The goal of WHO CARES is to inspire people around the world, especially young people from ages 14 years-old up, to learn more about, become excited by and want to be engaged in the social entrepreneurship revolution. We want this film to encourage, inspire and spark a global movement of changemakers. The movie mixes interviews, images of their social work and computer graphics creating a very dynamic feature. 

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Wild Things (South Korea, 4 min)

Directed by: Dee Shin

Written by: Dee Shin

A young artist finds himself stuck between the comfort of home and the lure of adventure.
'Wing Things' is a music video for the music track 'Blackwind' by Patrick Watson.


The Playwright Celtic Pub


732 8th Ave  New York, NY 10036


8 th Ave. between 45 and 46 streets.

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World Fair (United States, 25 min)

Directed by: Amanda Murray

In 1939, on the heels of the Great Depression, millions of people traveled to a former ash dump in Queens, New York, to catch a fleeting glimpse of a better future. WORLD FAIR is a short documentary that weaves together the stories of former fairgoers, now in their eighties and nineties, with archival Kodachrome footage, transporting viewers to the futuristic and hopeful realm of the 1939 New York World's Fair. WORLD FAIR brings to life the memories contained in photographs and home movies, in illustrations, and in the objects we collect and save.

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