Contact Sunscreen Film Festival
Doc Short Block 1 of 2
I need a Hero - W.H. Bourne
A brief look at the evolution of LGBT representation in comic books over the past 30 years.
Death by Chinese Junk - Peter Navarro
Death By Chinese Junk highlights the product safety, human rights, economic, and national security consequences of buying cheap, illegally subsidized products 'Made in China.' Through compelling interviews, viewers will see that products from China are not only often very hazardous to one's health. There is a very good chance that the product was made by prison labor while our as our debt to China rapidly grows, we are beginning to sell off pieces of America. Ultimately, the greatest threat may be to the U.S. economy -- when we buy products Made in China, it's like a down payment on our own unemployment. As cast member Gordon Chang says: 'Yea, things are cheap at Walmart but we have to consider the consequences.
Into Tanzania - Myles Shank
Nine students experience life with the Wataturu Tribe, one of the last remaining tribal groups in Tanzania.
Fading the Gain - Sasha Copic, Mary Cox & Leana Danesh
A former Michigan State football player finds his life turned upside down after a neck injury ends his football career. In spit of it all, Steve Moore has shown positivity and strength in the silver lining that helps make room for a new passion....
The One Who Builds - Hillary Pierce, Peter Carolla, Nick Gooler.
The One Who Builds is the story of the life and work of Dr. Omer Omer, once a Sudanese refugee, now an American citizen, who is giving back as the director of a refugee resettlement organization in Greensboro, North Carolina.