In this episode we feature three films: “Roam”—inspired by old western films, two buffalo hunters set-up camp near enemy territory and try to survive the night after suffering injuries at the hands of Native American forces by Hector Martinez. “Salvador” shares the desperate act to save a young boy’s life when a doctor helps facilitate an illegal organ donation by Debora Von Habsburg. “Sugar, Spice and Sacrifice” is a visual poem that highlights the importance of diversity in the U.S. and...
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  • program length: 30 minutes
  • episode #202

Monday, September 9 at 11:00 pm on 12.1

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In this episode we feature three short films. Cheryl Maeder's “Play” is a whimsical look into the magic of children wildly jumping and playing in a mall wonderland. Get lost through the endless array of books in "Labyrinth," a cinedance from Sandra Portal-Andreu that explores the many facets of the Historic Miami-Dade Main Public Library. And in Gabriel Rhenals' “The Promotion” a young woman is all about her career despite her father's warning.