Three Documentary Shorts

The New York Times Op-Docs and the Museum of Tolerance invite you and a guest to a special evening featuring three documentary shorts that are now contenders for Best Documentary Short Subject 

Monday, January 8, 2018 at 7:00pm


116 Cameras 

by Davina Pardo, USA (16 min.) 

Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss preserves her story interactively so that she will be able to tell it forever. 



by Garrett Bradley, USA (13 min.) 

A single mother grapples with whether to marry her incarcerated boyfriend, as the American prison system tears her family apart. 

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Ten Meter Tower

by Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson, Sweden (16 min.) 

On a ten-meter high diving board, fear of taking the plunge is pitted against the fear of missing out. 

Brooks Barnes, Hollywood Reporter for the New York Times in conversation with Directors Davina Pardo
(116 Cameras), Garrett Bradley (Alone) and Maximilien van Aertryck (Ten Meter Tower) following their films.

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