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Now Accepting applications for Fall 2018. More info: https://mfasocdoc.sva.edu/apply

Edited by Lauren Kraus (SocDoc Class of 2014)
Titles designed by Prapaporm Pinyopusarerk (SocDoc Class of 2016)

Featuring the SVA MFA Social Documentary Thesis Films: Nancy Burneo, “Standing Up” (2016) Kai Nottapon Boonprakob, “Come and See” (2017) Antonella Carrasco, “Pele My Paradise” (2015) Sam Carroll, “Darla Wynne” (2012) Esteban Coloma, “The Middle of Nowhere” (2016) Xiaochun Fan, “The Other Eye” (2014) Latoya Flowers, “Derby Girls” (2012) Sasha Friedlander, “Where Heaven Meets Hell” (2011) Amitabh Joshi, “Tashi's Turbine” (2013) Sandra Itainen, “Not In My Mother's House” (2017) Dana Kalmey, “The Last 90 Minutes” (2013) Yuqi Kang, “Little Wisdom” (2016) Mark Kendall, “La Camioneta” (2011) Rachel Loube, “Every Tuesday” (2011) Craig Lowy, “OXD” (2012) Todd McGrain, “Elephant Listening” (2014) Melanie McLean Brooks, “Eating the Enemy” (2017) Paola Ochoa, “Sisters” (2015) Prapaporn Aom Pinyopusarerk, “Bet By Heart” (2016) Scott Ruderman, “The Memory Keeper” (2016) Lucas Smith, “Ghosts of the Aral Sea” (2012) James Stuart, “Rail Fan” (2017) Fernando Venegas Traba, “B-Girls” (2016) Sol Zurita, “As Long as Light Plays on Peaks” (2016)

Music: "Piecing the Puzzle" by Joel Goodman, courtesy of Oovra Music (ASCAP)

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Africa , Arts & Entertainment , Asia , Australia , Autobiography , Europe , Food & Drink , History & Politics , Middle East , North America , Science & Technology , South America , Thesis Film

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