We went to see the 2018 Oscar-Nominated shorts yesterday and what a strong bunch they are.
DeKalb gives us a twenty-minute showdown between a man armed with a gun and the school receptionist who tries to talk him down.
The Silent Child concerns a confrontation too between a sign language specialist and the mother who decides it's better for her child to read lips than become part of the sign language community.
My Nephew Emmett is an artful look at how Emmett's uncle tries to rescue him from the white racists who came for him.
The Eleventh Hour is a humorous short about a psychiatrist and his delusional patient.
Watt Wofe: All of Us is a harrowing bus trip with both Muslim and Christians onboard.
Every short was terrific. Hard to choose a winner. Worth a look if it comes your way.