Elisabeth "Thea" Haavet discusses her film Saved - Escape from Kim's Regime with HFFA's Nicholas Crawford. In a continually unfolding story deserving international focus, Haavet draws upon two decades' experience as a witness to refugee plight as a voice for North Koreans traveling the modern underground railroad to hopeful freedom.
Filmmaker Lauren James answers HFFA's Nicholas Crawford's questions about the creative process behind You're Going to Ruin His Life, as well as the inspiration for this provocative experimental short film. Both timely and edgy, the film packs a lot of punch in its time on screen.
This week we spotlight filmmaker Eric Gordon's poignant documentary portrait of a family providing care for their loved one with Alzheimer's disease, When All That's Left Is Love. But these people are not just the subjects of his film. They are his own parents.