SLIFF's third dramatic program grapples with topics such as prison, capitalism, and the patriarchy.
In this program
April Kills the Vibe
When party girl April wakes up after a rowdy New Year’s Eve with a lot more than just a hangover, she calls her partner in crime to fill in the blanks, and the truth proves ugly.
As the Amazon burns for the 17th day, a nurse in São Paulo finds herself drawn to a neo-Pentecostal church.
A driver who has lost nearly everything worthwhile in his life finds redemption in a dog.
Goodbye to Yesterday
In 1995, Clayton Teague returns to Granville, Penn., where he must decide the fate of the man who murdered his mother: his father.
Her Name Is Carla
While waiting for her incarcerated boyfriend, the impregnated Carla develops an unlikely relationship.
The Right Words
Adrian Moyse Dullin
Madhi wants to profess his love to Jada, but their social-media-savvy teen cohorts disrupt the moment.
Lea begins a summer job as a cashier in a large supermarket chain and soon discovers the underlying violence of the workplace.