A CHANGE OF PRACTICE: Leadership
in Medicine for the Undeserved*
Directed by Jennifer Berggren | MI | 29 min.
This film follows third- and fourth-year Leadership in Medicine for
the Underserved Program (LMU) students at MSU in Flint. During
this time, they are embedded in organizations and schools in this city,
practicing new ways to navigate the complexities of underserved
communities, as well as the health impacts of the water crisis.
Directed by Sofia Sarkar | IN | 8 min.
Rural families in Guatemala often have 3 or more children, and
most live on less than $2 | day. Two of every three women don’t
use contraceptives — because of religious beliefs and | or lack of
education. This documentary is an exploration of the impact that
unplanned pregnancies have on local communities around Lake
Atitlán, Guatemala, and one nonprofit’s attempt to address this issue.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF KIK POOL
Directed by Danny Kim | MI | 30 min.
Beginning in the early, quiet hours, a public pool provides a place for
the community to gather: to stay in shape, to learn an important skill,
and to simply have fun. But as the day progresses, it becomes clear
that a swimming pool is much more than that — it is almost a living
thing: shifting and changing with the different people who use it.
THIRTEEN ONE: ONE DAY AT A TIME*
Directed by Kyle Couch | MI | 19 min.
A man’s journey training for a half marathon while in recovery
from heroin addiction.
ShowtimesFriday, January 10, 8:00 pm, East Lansing Hannah Community Center Theater A
East Lansing Hannah Community Center:
Opening Night Film, Foster Boy
Thursday, Jan. 9 at 6:30pm - $8.00
All other tickets - $5.00 sold at the door.
East Lansing Hannah Community Center Box office opens at 5:30pm. All tickets sold at the door.