NHDocs: June 1

This is Home: A Refugee Story
Dir. Amanda Kulkoski
7:00PM-8:31PM @ Whitney Humanities Center at Yale
Four Syrian families struggling to find their way in America.

Through the Windmill
Dir. Amanda Kulkoski
7:15PM-8:35PM @ Screening Room 208, Whitney Humanities Center
THROUGH THE WINDMILL is a feature-length documentary which looks at the history of miniature golf in the USA, and how it has evolved over the last 100 years. The film explores these unique, family-friendly roadside attractions through the voice of the talented, often unsung, people who design, build and operate them.

Will Work for Views
Dir. Joseph Litzinger
9:00PM-10:27PM @ Screening Room 208, Whitney Humanities Center
Way ahead of his time - before Youtube, before Snapchat, before Facebook and even before the internet itself – Paul Petroskey starting filming himself performing song parodies, music videos, unboxing videos, video blogging, sharing reviews and telling jokes. Now, thirty years and two thousand videos later, in the age of overnight YouTube sensations, Paul’s “overnight” still has not come.

Trap Fishing
Dir. David Helfer Wells
9:30PM-9:37PM @ Whitney Humanities Center at Yale
Get up close and personal with one of the last remaining trap fishing families in Rhode Island. Meet Corey Wheeler Forrest, her father Alan Wheeler and brother Luke Wheeler. Learn the art of trap fishing and what it takes to make a living on the water.

Family Meal
Dir. Jim O'Connor
9:40PM-10:30PM
Three restaurant families put it all on the table to find harmony in one of the most cut throat industries of all time. The long hours and late nights lend a delicate balance between family and business...all in efforts to find time for a Family Meal.