Friday, June 2nd

Admission To All Screenings Is Free

The NHdocs Videotheque

Philip Marrett room, New Haven Free Public Library, 133 Elm Street

12:00 PM & 2:30 PM
 (for film details, please click HERE)

The Politics of People (Briana Burroughs, 2017) – 25min

Journey of the N-Word (Frank Harris, 2017) – 55min

Patrolling Sandy Hook (Kelly Quinn and Caroline Clark, 2016) – 20min

Yale Goes to War (Tina Babarovic and Fred Mamoun, 2017)  – 17min



7:00 PM – Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall Street, New Haven

High School 9-1-1 (Tim Warren, 2017) – 86min – New Haven Premiere – in competition for the Audience Award for Best Feature Film

Chronicles a year in the life of the only ambulance service in Darien, Connecticut that just happens to be run by high school teenagers?! This one-of-a-kind organization services 20,000 residents 365 days a year, 24/7 and responds to over 1500 emergency calls annually.

Q&A with director follows screening


9:00 PM – Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall Street, New Haven

The Passionate Pursuits of Angela Bowen (Jennifer Abod, 2016) – 89min – in competition for the Audience Award for Best Feature Film

For six decades Angela Bowen––classical dancer and teacher, black lesbian feminist activist, and professor––inspired untold numbers as she spoke out as strongly for the Arts, Black and Women’s Rights as well as Lesbian and Gay Rights. Many of those years were spent right here in New Haven.

Q&A with director follows screening