[In Time Bomb Y2K], McDonald and Becker brilliantly illustrate how fragile a society we have, less so for its technology than the public discourse.
• The Moveable Feast •
The spark and embrace of love and acceptance is the root of Hummingbirds. There’s nothing soft or mushy about it.
• The Hollywood Reporter •
The rhapsodic film King Coal blurs the lines of documentary and memorializes the coal culture that has shaped Appalachia.
• The Guardian •
The Mission is a thoughtful, fair-minded exploration of what motivated [John] Chau, and also spreads out to confront bigger questions on the legacy of colonialism…
• Screen International •
In Black Barbie: A Documentary, we see how social justice can work tangibly in real life collaboration.
• Black Girl Nerds •
A searing look at a Great Lake gone bad.
• Dan Egan •
The brave women profiled in Another Body provide a call for oversight and accountability that needs to be heard…
• The Gate •
Bursting with humor, emotion and curiosity, ’32 Sounds’ is a uniquely mind-expanding plunge into a dimension of the human experience so many of us take for granted…
• Variety •
Major sponsorship provided by the Department of Humanities, the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, the College of Sciences and Arts, and the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.
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All events are free and open to the public. They will be held in Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts on the Michigan Tech campus. Please see the Festival Admission page for information about how to get in.