Reel Voices empowers high school youth, one film at a time–tackling topics like self love, intergenerational trauma, and cultural identity, in stories that are both personal and deeply relevant to the broader San Diego community.
Join us for a special post-screening reception from 2:00PM-3:30PM, free for ticket holders and passholders.
Underwritten by Raze 4 Schools
In an apartment building in San Diego, a Chinese couple, a Japanese mom, and a Mexican security guard share where they’re from and their experience coming from another country. The building is an intermission to life.
Quince reflects on the different perspectives of the familial, social, and cultural pressures on teens to have a quinceañera.
Three teens discuss their mental health journey and how it’s impacted their lives, family, and growth.
A documentary exploring three perspectives of Muslim American Teenagers.
Music, marching, and drumming. All parts of Marching Band, but what most people don’t know, is that there is so much more.
Two best friends talk beauty within themselves, media, and culture. They explore how they have grown from conforming to standard expectations to flourishing into their own definition of beauty.
Stories from the owners of three Korean inspired restaurants in Convoy about how food brings families together.
Adopted immigrants open up about their experiences with international adoption, finding identity, and redefine the typical American family.
Hecho en Mexico is about the beautiful city of Tijuana, exploring its arts and culture, all while tearing down the wall of stereotypes such as narcos.
Three friends share their stories about elementary school and reflect how childhood impacted their lives.
In this love letter to childhood fantasies, a born entertainer uses her love of performing to honor her late grandma with a tribute show.