Belonging: Bay Area Student Film Festival 2013

The films in this year's festival reveal the myriad themes that preoccupy the minds of young filmmakers across the Bay Area today. At the forefront is the exploration of a sense of belonging, whether to social niches or physical spaces. Ranging from a story of a motherless boy to an account of a young woman who navigates the male-dominated world of boxing, from a tribute to a local trolley line to the detailing of a grandmother's belongings, these works employ innovative cinematic techniques to tell emotionally rich and insightful narratives.

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