Short Film Program
Venture along the boundary between danger and adventure, through abnormal nonfiction borderlands too unusual to be invented.
In a modern world full of falsehoods, documentary filmmakers are essential purveyors of unfettered truths, so join us on the roof of The Old American Can Factory for a program of new documentaries that upend expectations, uncover past horrors, dispel official fabrications, and take us to perilous and under-explored corners of the world.
More shorts to be added soon!
Enrique Pedráza-Botero & Faye Tsakas | US | 15
Arlin Golden & Brian Gersten | US | 17
Varun Chopra | India, US | 24
Liturgy of Anti-Tank Obstacles
Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk | US, Ukraine | 12
Nora DeLigter & Claire Read | US | 19
Her most recent EP, 2021’s Echo Eléctrico, is a testament to her Salvadoran-Mexican American heritage and an expression of her vocal study of Alternative Rock, Pop, & Ranchera styles. A completely a cappella album, Echo Eléctrico especially showcases the carefully constructed world of Angélica’s vocal production style.
The upcoming iteration of García's work brings her to Brooklyn, NY. After working closely with Carlos Arévalo (Chicano Batman) on her forthcoming album, to be released on Partisan Records, she eagerly experiments with closing the divide between her many identities. She released recent single "Y Grito" in conjunction with a feature in Apple’s annual keynote, followed by a feature in Apple TV's launch of their Major League Soccer partnership. The future of her storytelling lies in harnessing the power of tradition and alchemizing it into the present, singing about the intersection of spirit and body.