On the eve of her thirteenth birthday, Esther Weary must come to terms with the realities of becoming a woman through her clueless grandfather and his pet pug. Life Doesn’t Frighten Me is a coming-of-age comedy about a young woman’s exploration of ugliness and beauty. | Read MoreComedy
Alone in a brightly lit studio, a ballerina recalls her old choreography, leaping and spinning in front of an invisible audience in Prima.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Escape Clause program. | Read MoreDrama
Why did The New York Times, a Jewish-owned newspaper, bury reports of The Holocaust during World War II? Through interviews with historians, journalists and a Holocaust survivor, this film encourages audiences to re-evaluate America’s role as “The Great Liberator.” | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary