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Saturday, August 28 • 12:10pm - 1:44pm
Life and Liberty Shorts

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Yene Fikir
Directed by Jethro Waters
6 Minutes • USA
Music Video, Black Lens
The film is an exploration of immigrant culture and sense memory featuring Sara, an Ethiopian Israeli who immigrated to New York City from Jerusalem 18 years ago.

Directed by Kelly Pike
14 Minutes • USA
Narrative, Student
High school female athletes become unlikely teammates in the wake of unspoken trauma.

Not Worth Killing
Directed by Eric M. Ivey
21 Minutes • USA
Documentary, Alabama
Not Worth Killing is a documentary short that tells the story of the unlikely friendship between Sister Lillian Oliver, IHM and Mitchell Rutledge, a convicted murderer serving life without parole in an Alabama state penitentiary.

Directed by Jefferson Stein
15 Minutes • USA
A young Native girl discovers a Hispanic migrant her age who lost her dad in the middle of the dangerous but beautiful Sonoran desert.

Forbidden to See Us Scream in Tehran
Directed by Farbod Ardebili
18 Minutes • Iran
The frontwoman for an Iranian death metal band risks everything as she plots to call the cops on her own underground concert in the hopes that the raid will help her secure her asylum in another country.

Fireburn the Documentary
Directed by Joel Fendelman
20 Minutes • USA
Documentary, Black Lens
The Fireburn was a labor revolt of 1878 that took place in the Danish West Indies, now currently known as the US Virgin Islands. This documentary explores the inhumane conditions that existed prior to the revolt and focuses on the leadership and role of women within the movement.

Saturday August 28, 2021 12:10pm - 1:44pm CDT
First Church Birmingham