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March 23-28 2021

Huntsville Station (14 min)

March 25, 2021
8:30 PM
 CT
Huntsville Station (14 min)

Every weekday, inmates are released from Huntsville State Penitentiary, taking in their first moments of freedom with phone calls, cigarettes, and quiet reflection at the Greyhound station up the block. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Asylum Seekers," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

America/Chicago
March 25, 2021
https://www.thinline.us
March 28, 2021
7:00 PM
 CT
Huntsville Station (14 min)

Every weekday, inmates are released from Huntsville State Penitentiary, taking in their first moments of freedom with phone calls, cigarettes, and quiet reflection at the Greyhound station up the block. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Asylum Seekers," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

America/Chicago
March 25, 2021
https://www.thinline.us

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Chris Filippone is a documentary filmmaker whose work has screened in the Berlinale, Visions du Réel, SXSW, CPH:DOX, Hot Docs, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and on The New York Times Op-Docs. His film Scrap won the Spirit Award for Short Documentary at the Brooklyn Film Festival in 2017 and A View from the Window was nominated for a 2018 Best of the Year Award on Vimeo. He has received support from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, MiND TV, and the Bread and Roses Fund as well as fellowships from the Telluride Student Symposium and UFVA. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University’s M.F.A. Documentary Film and Video program and currently a Lecturer at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Jamie Meltzer is an American movie and documentary film director. He has made "True Conviction", "Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story", "Welcome to Nollywood", "La Caminata", and the feature-length documentary film "Informant".

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Every weekday, inmates are released from Huntsville State Penitentiary, taking in their first moments of freedom with phone calls, cigarettes, and quiet reflection at the Greyhound station up the block. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Asylum Seekers," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

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