|June 18, 2019||3:30 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
When a referendum on capital punishment comes back 50.9% in favor of hanging, a group of inept junior civil servants meet on the first day of their new job in the Department of Capital Punishment. It's up to them to give the British people back control... by bringing back hanging.
An undocumented Turkish pedicab driver unwittingly draws police attention, endangering his brother, his community and himself.
A classroom erupts into a war of words as students grapple with a seemingly simple prompt: what is the opposite of a gun?
In a veritable firework display of digital self-portraits, hundreds of quaint, embarrassing and dreadfully disturbing selfies were arranged and artistically reworked to form a ghastly grin that outshines the abyss of human existence.
Online players describe their struggles with "swatting," a life-threatening cyber-harassment phenomenon that looms over them whenever they play. The events take shape through YouTube videos and wire-frame images from a video game.
Alarmed by the detrimental effect smartphones are having on those around them, three friends launch a rogue initiative intended to force people to be more present.
A young woman, traveling by bus in Israel, is suddenly forced to navigate her way through confusion, guilt, relief, compassion and alarm when someone sits down next to her.
One episode in a series of short animated fantasies based on actual Trump audio clips, hand-drawn by Academy Award nominee Bill Plympton.
Two broke friends decide to dupe an unsuspecting drunk and take his cash. But when one comes to understand their mark’s situation she gets cold feet. A piercing look at selfishness and perception in the social media age.
|Running Time:||96 minutes|