Audacious. Expressive. Illimitable. This year’s twelve filmmakers from our Reel Voices documentary filmmaking program explore their sense of self through cultural, generational, and interpersonal identity.
Followed by a Q&A with our Reel Voices filmmakers.
Admission to the SHORTS: REEL VOICES program includes a post-screening reception from 2:00pm-3:30pm at The Patio next to Edwards Mira Mesa theater.
This is a FREE screening.
In this program
Directed by Paziano Parel-Sewell
Where comedy meets social justice.
Directed by KC Park
Having fun has no age.
Directed by Emmanuel Enriquez
Three generations of Mexican Americans reflect on their cultural identities and how it has shaped their experiences in the US, family dynamics, and the values they instill in the next generation.
Directed by Anaheta Hamzai
External racism can lead to internal racism and reactively distancing away from our culture. Growth can occur through sharing experiences; different cultures and traditions do not have to be treated as an ‘unknown.’
Directed by Leilani Gonzalez
Explores assimilation, belonging, and the sensation of not feeling enough for your own community or too much for others, all within the spectrum of Mexican American identities.
Directed by Yezy Suh
Reflections on fleeting memories with grandparents, and the stories, lessons, and details that may never be known.
Directed by Arwan Shrivastava
BODY. MIND. SPIRIT.
Directed by Attila Sharipbek
Inside a destructive mind, we find beauty within.
Directed by Jacquelyn Dy
Defend yourself when no one else does.
Directed by Isabel Kim
An artistic documentary that reflects the unspoken trials and triumphs of growing up – how our past, present, and future often correspond with each other in ways that we don’t realize.
Directed by Nella Sak
It’s just young, dumb, love. Right?
Directed by Patrick Jang
We all have a story to share.