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Wednesday Night Screenings

4252 W. Riverside St., Burbank, CA

Wednesday, 515PM to 930PM
June 13, 2018


CaribbeanLens International Film Festival

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Wednesday Night Screenings

4252 W. Riverside St., Burbank, CA

Wednesday, 515PM to 930PM
June 13, 2018


For Full Details of Each Movie and Trailers please visit: 2018 Films 

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5:15 pm Aun Aqui/Still Here

“This no-budget silent short film is our tribute to the disappeared and their families, as well as a call to non-violent activism. No ideology can justify kidnapping, so for this short i chose to leave the kidnappers and their motivations in the shadows and simply cast a brief light on the victim and her desire for freedom, a right of every human being.” -Andres Useche
Country: Colombia

5:30 pm Colloidal Croco

Stanley, a male child crocodile living in a zoo, was being attracted to fireworks set off far away on a certain night. But just finding him getting on a fence, Stanno, his father, brought his painful memory back and scolded Stanley severely. The next day, Stanley finally decided to escape from the zoo, with a longing heart for the outside world and rebellion spirit to his father in his mind.
Country: Japan

5:47 Sorf Hair

Sorf Hair explores the natural hair experience in Trinidad and Tobago as several people from different walks of life with different hair textures unearth their stories, challenges and give their point of view on how and why naturals are treated the way they are in this country.
Country: Trinidad & Tobago

6:00pm Encounter of Separated Souls

Two pairs of twins meet in an old patio. They have brought a personal item and a song. Two birds, a handkerchief and a painting of a grandmother. It’s an encounter of separated souls and a story about brotherhood.
Country: Denmark

6:09 Voice of the Monolith

Voice of the Monolith is a musical short film about gentrification in rapidly changing Crown Heights, told through the voices of a Black punk rocker new to the neighborhood, and a Brooklyn raised rapper with a chip on his shoulder. The outsider, O.G., is a recent transplant to Crown Heights and runs afoul of the Marlon, a neighborhood local who is trying to protect his through intimidation. Marlon’s exertion of pressure unleashes in the song Bad Block as he tries to set O.G. in his place as an outsider that doesn’t belong. Set against interaction of O.G. and Marlon is O.G.’s band, the Spades. Both D.D. and Rob are tired of being in a cover band and want O.G. to create new music. This need for new music comes to a head in the song Say Something, as D.D. pleads to O.G. about their need for music that has a message about what’s going on in their scene and the world at large. With the pressure coming at all sides O.G. begins to crack and unleashes his feelings in the climactic song De-gentify.
Country: U.S.A.

6:14 Kung Pao Love

This short romantic comedy is about an American/Chinese couple in Shenzhen, China, that started off hot but has fallen out of love after 5 years of marriage. Both partners secretly turn to a new dating app to find romance.
Country: China

6:30 Happy Marriage Anniversary

A falling marital relationship of a suffocated husband and a wife, both decided to move on for a better lives but not without confronting, confessing and making peace with each other before one of them kills the other.
Country: India

7:00 Panomundo Part 1: The Evolution of the Steelpan

Slavery may have been the catalyst, but culture and passion formed this sound in Trinidad & Tobago. The steelpan (steel drum) can take the claim of being the only acoustic instrument invented in the 20th century. However, this sound not only moves people today, but it paralleled the island’s history of colonization and the demand for independence.

The first section of this two-part film highlights the precursors of the steelpan and the creation of the instrument until it gained international recognition in Britain in 1951. Interviews from steelpan legends, such as Ellie Mannette, Sterling Betancourt, Cliff Alexis and Ray Holman, are included.
Country: Trinidad & Tobago

7:42 pm Rain

The Rain feels insecure.
Country: U.S.A.

7:47 pm Déjà vu

A story between two lovers of how did they meet for the first time.
Country: United Arab Emirates

7:55 Invisible

Anthony Spencer is dealing with grief from the death of his brother. A simple mistake changes his entire world.
Country: U.S.A.

8:20 Just Another Friday 2

After the tragic death of his friend, John turns to God and feverishly begins to work in the community where he was once a member of Glock’s gang. Armed with his newfound faith and with Sonia, his friend’s sister, as his girlfriend and ministry partner, he sets up a community center to assist the youth and needy families. But he soon finds himself on a collision course with Glock and Blu, John’s replacement in the gang as well as Rammy Don, an ambitious young gangster. As Sonia faces her own doubts she must also deal with her family’s lingering pain of losing a loved one and the impending death of another. John finds himself with a tough decision and his life on the line. How much can his faith withstand?
Country: Jamaica