98 Years and Counting/Woke/Grass

@ UO Redwood Auditorium

Q&A with director Zel Anders (98 Years and Counting) and director/actor Venk Potula (Woke)

98 Years and Counting: More Women Leaders Needed Everywhere

Documentary | 3 minutes | USA | West Coast Premiere | Directed by Kirthi Nath and Zel Anders
What kind of women do you want to see in leadership? What are the values you want to see reflected? How can we be the ones we have been waiting for?

Woke

Narrative | 11 minutes | USA | Pacific Northwest Premiere | Directed by Venk Potula
Sunny is a Pakistani-American wannabe rapper in search of inspiration; Rebecca is an African-American activist on the run from a rent-a-cop. He lends her a helping hand, and soon the two fall into a furious debate about where art and identity intersect.

Grass

Narrative | 65 minutes | USA | Oregon Premier | Directed by Tanuj Chopra
Cam is struggling to complete a favor for her drug-dealing fiance: deliver a large bag of weed to an unknown buyer. She processes her decision with her stoner best friend Jinky. A smart and sassy comedy; Broad City fans will love this.

Saturday, April 21, 2018
9:15 pm — 10:55 pm (1h 40′)

University of Oregon

Feature Documentary, Feature Narrative, Short Narrative

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