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Run time: 110 minutes
 
Q&A following the screening

5/31 | 3:00 PM
Cole Auditorium

6/2 | 5:30 PM
Bow Tie – Theater 3

120 Years

Directed By: Matt Nadel and Lukas Cox

Scott Lewis, a citizen of New Haven, Connecticut, was sentenced to life in prison for a crime he never committed. This story traces the ramifications of his wrongful conviction on a family that lost 20 precious years together, on a community shaken by corruption, and on an exonerated man desperately making up for lost time.

A Different Script

Directed By: Francesca Carter and Eva Andersen

Twenty-year-old Chris Lopes from Fairfield, Connecticut is finally on the pathway to his dream of becoming a professional actor, but as a young man with Down syndrome, he is still struggling to achieve independence in his personal life. Chris lands a Hollywood agent and auditions for one big role that he hopes will be his big ticket to fame. All the while, his family worries about the practicality of his dreams and his desire to move to LA and live on his own.

Happy Little Fly

Directed By: Justin Fargiano

A fly enters the kitchen of a man who doesn’t want him there.

Memory Lane

Directed By: John Denton

A young woman signs up for a trial of a new experimental drug called “Memory Lane”, which allows its user to relive their past memories.

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Directed By: Jaden Boland

A nihilistic high school graduate looks for meaning in his meaningless existence after his untimely death. When he’s hit and killed by a car, he reflects on the interactions he’s had with people throughout his life, pertaining to what he wanted to do with his career.

Two Baloons

Directed By: Mark Smith

Two adventurous lemurs navigate their dirigibles halfway around the world to a place where happenstance and fate threaten to disrupt their reunion.

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