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Guido Ponzini LIFE IS A RALLY (Italy, 3 minutes, digital)
Guido Ponzini THE FALLING MAN (Italy, 3 minutes, digital)
Jiyoung Park MY TINY FRIENDS (United States, 4 minutes, digital)
Grahaeme Cowie EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK (United Kingdom, 3 minutes, digital)
Elizabeth Kirshtein PETER THE CATERPILLAR (United States, 6 minutes, digital)


Nathan Zimmerer HOW TO ANIMATE (United States, 8 minutes, digital)
Alexander Jerard Davis VIGOR (United States, 12 minutes, digital)
Michael Bernieri BIG MONEY FLICKS (United States, 13 minutes, digital)
Kendall McKinnon DODGE IS DEAD (Umited States, 13 minutes, digital)
Alam Virk TRAPPED (United States, 15 minutes, digital)
William PC March HOLY SHITTER (United States, 15 minutes, digital)
Gillian Marrill PICTURE AT AN EXHIBITION (United States, 16 minutes, digital)
Lindley Farley MAN OF DANGER (United States, 19 minutes, digital)


Jason Rosette GI SAYS (Thialand, 30 minutes, digital)

‘GI SAYS’ (aka, ‘Subterranean News’) is the incredible true story about the only known underground antiwar publication to be produced by an active duty soldier in a combat zone in Vietnam during the war. Veteran Ken Anderberg relates his experience serving on the front lines in the Ashau Valley, then later serving at Camp Evans near the DMZ during the conflict. It was at Camp Evans that he created and published the underground magazine – or ‘zine’ – ‘GI Says’ as a response, in part, to the controversial leadership of Col, Weldon Honeycutt at the recently concluded operations at Hill 937, aka ‘Hamburger Hill’.

Jason Rosette FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky (Cambodia, 57 minutes, digital)

May 4, 1970 – During the Vietnam War, a combined US & Army of South Vietnam military operation enters Cambodia to locate and destroy North Vietnamese and Viet Cong sanctuaries. A Cambodian youth named Samnang (‘Lucky’) and an ornery but likable wedding musician make their way through the conflict. They encounter landmines,  surreal Cambodian ghosts known as ‘Arbs’, and marauding helicopters as they go. Take a look into the little known Asian side of events that precipitated worldwide student protests at Kent State, Jackson State and beyond! This is the first episode in a larger story in development.

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