Our most recent short film
Think of Calvin seems to be hitting a nerve; it hasn't gotten into a ton of festivals, but the ones that "get" it, really get it (it won
Best Short Documentary at the
Napa Valley Film Festival,
2nd place overall at the
Uptown Short Film Festival and, recently a
Humanitarian Award from
Best Short Docs).
The issue is
racial profiling, specifically an instance of
"Stop-and-Frisk," which turns an entire family upside down. We are proud that this eye-opening, hard-hitting film will next be shown at the acclaimed
Dingle Film Festival in County Kerry, Ireland and at the upcoming
Vail Film Festival.