All films shown on Monday, March 18th, 2019 will be shown at:

World Cafe Live! Philadelphia
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Admission: $10
Student Admission w/ID: $8 Poster 1fcdd51926-poster BECAUSE OF THE WAR
Monday, March 18, 2019 at 6:00 PM
Directed by Toni Shapiro-Phim
General Admission $10 | Student + Children $8
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In West Africa and North America, four Liberian women use their music to address injustice and inspire action for social change. By telling the stories of Fatu Gayflor, Marie Nyenabo, Zaye Tete and Tokay Tomah, the Philadelphia Folklore Project aims to link Liberians of all generations and the general public with some of the most renowned traditional Liberian singers and dancers, in order to deepen understandings of the active, constructive roles the arts and artists can take in moments of crisis in the lives of families and communities.

Director, Toni Shapiro-Phim, subject, Fatu Gayflor, be present for Q&A session.

Untitled design LASTING IMAGES Shorts Program
Monday, March 18, 2019 at 8:00 PM
Shorts Program | 78 MIN
General Admission $10 | Student + Children $8
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NARRATIVE SHORT | 23 MIN | Russian Federation
Directed by Nathalia Konchalovsky

Marina arrives to St-Petersburg for her daughter’s birthday. At the party she meets a young man, Artyom, with whom she escapes from the celebration…

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Directed by Anna Hoover

A sister sets out into the unforgiving land to find her sister, who has been banished from their community for negligence that ended tragically. The banished sister has battled depression since the great loss, causing her to isolate herself from her community. Knowing her sister lacks the skills to survive on her own, the sister attempts to forgive her and bring her home to continue their lives.

Directed by Felix Karolus

It’s a normal Sunday at home for Charlotte (Senta Berger) until the doorbell rings and a stranger (Thomas Thieme) surprises her with an unexpected request.

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DOC SHORT | 30 MIN | China
Directed by Tian’ai Zhang

This is a documentary about the bravery and compassion of a childhood under extreme circumstances. In the frigid mountains of northeastern Yunnan Province, China, the four Xia siblings have created a familial constellation amongst themselves, supplying one another with warmth and affection, sibling to sibling. Their parents are migrant workers, seldom home, and the two youngest children anticipate not so much their parents’ return but rather that of their older sister, who is away at school. But the oldest sister’s homecoming also means the end of her education. And, with the eldest brother preparing to embark on his own migrant worker journey, the Xias’ version of familial unity will be fractured yet.