'Disney and Fujikawa' by Lloyd Suh, directed by Linsay Firman: A 1942 meeting of two very different cartoonists, Gyo Fujikawa and Walt Disney. An uncomfortable conversation about power, personal responsibility, and the art of animation at a time of great uncertainty and national crisis.
Julia Specht's 'Down Cleghorn,' directed by Ralph Peña: A love letter to central Massachusetts, and a reflection on motherhood, food, and self-centeredness.
'Linus and Murray' by Leah Nanako Winkler, directed by RJ Tolan: Linus is a cat, Murray is dog. But that doesn't even begin to describe their differences.
'On the Outs' by Christina Gorman, directed by David Auburn: Becoming reacquainted ain’t easy for these two long-ago lovers as they grapple with conflicting definitions of what constitutes “home.”
'Falling Away' by Christopher Shinn, directed by Mark Armstrong: A woman and a man discuss their lives. As they talk, the nature of their relationship—and the agonizing question between them—is finally confronted.