Alexander John Glustrom | New Orleans, LA | 75 min
“We’re in downtown Mossville,” Stacey Ryan says. “Population: one.” A once-thriving Louisiana community founded over a century ago by the formerly enslaved, Mossville has been ravaged by industrialization, with chemical spills and other hazardous incidents poisoning the landscape—and its people. In spite of an ongoing site development project by the South African corporation Sasol, Ryan resists calls to leave, clinging steadfastly to his ancestral home.
This screening is made possible thanks to support provided by Catalyst Mbongi, an AfriKan-Centered Community Empowerment organization based in Columbia.
Georg Koszulinski | Wilmington, NC | 13 min
Genre: Documentary Short
As philosophical loggers befoul the lush natural landscape of an archipelago along Canada’s northwestern coast, Sphenia Jones, a member of the Haida tribe native to the region, considers the forces that shape the islands she and her ancestors have long called home.
Samuel Farance | Wilmington, NC | 4 min
Genre: Student, Documentary Short
The rusted-out hull of an old car, box springs stripped of their cloth covering. In Dry Rot, a lone figure stands in a dense, overgrown landscape, contemplating these details of decay over an ominous soundtrack.Reserve Tickets