Reactions to dealing with the Covid-19 Pandemic, Filmmakers took the matter to task with varying viewpoints of coping, change and tolerance.
Short film shot from my apartment window while I was in quarantine with Covid 19.
A film by Phil & Rob Snyder.
Time is not ours to own. It is but like water flowing beneath a bridge
A collective portrait of 14 students from a state college dance department, created remotely in their native habitats, with the help of family, friends and pets.
During a mysterious pandemic, Cassie’s quarantine life has turned into a routine, day in and day out. Nothing new seems to happen, until she realizes she’s out of coffee. And she’s determined to get her cup of joe, even if she must face the horrors of the outside world. Because “she’d kill for a cup of coffee.”
In this part-animated live action short, anything goes.
Frank's important job interview on Zoom goes south due to his "stay at home" Covid precautious family using up his bandwidth.
"Daze Moment" is a simple yet sincere attempt to raise awareness about the hardships faced by the expat community and the families of victims of Covid-19 during this pandemic
A man reflects on the difficult year that is 2020.
An artful glimpse into the hearts and minds of Gen Z.
With the arrival of COVID, everything is uncertain. It becomes nearly impossible to create any sort of plans a week ahead let alone try and plan the rest of your life.
This movie is about a moment in time. The time during COVID-19. There's so much to be concerned about, but this film shows how young kids can still thrive. It is important that we focus on what's really important in life right now. If nothing else, I hope thinking about COVID-19 through a different lens will change people's perspectives during this difficult time.
A pandemic challenges a Chinese student on the path to legal immigration while sheltering in her new American home. Created for the 72 Hour Shootout by the Asian American Film Lab under the theme, Going Viral.
During the COVID-19 self-quarantine, a nurse finds herself experiencing mixed emotions including loneliness, boredom, and fear; as attacks on Asian Americans hit closer and closer to home.
This film was made with nearly all Asian cast and crew, including the director, writers, DP, and 3 cast members.
One year in quarantine, parts lockdown, parts dreamlike, parts is this reality or a game or is game the reality.