GlobeDocs: Shorts Program–Changing Perspective
Hosted by The Boston Globe
BLIND SUSHI. A blind adventure writer and a sustainable sushi chef form a bond while searching for enlightenment in the murky depths off the New England coast. A FEW SHORT THINGS ABOUT ROBERT IRWIN. Pioneering Light and Space artist Robert Irwin explored the nature of perception for over six decades. Along the way, he broke a few rules. FUNDIR. FUNDIR follows the extraction, processing and importation of a necessary commodity from northern Chile to the streets of Boston. LITTLE POTATO. An autobiographical tale of growing up gay in Soviet Union Russia, Wes escapes with his mother, a mail order bride, to Seattle to face a whole new oppression. RUNNIN’. RUNNIN’ goes inside a tight-knit community in Somerville, retracing the lives of these friends through the eyes of the families they left behind and the friends that barely made it through the same addictions alive. STOPPING THE PRESSES: THE GLOBE’S DORCHESTER PRINTING PLANT GOES DARK. A tribute to those who kept the presses going day after day over the past five decades at the Boston Globe’s Morrissey Boulevard printing facility.
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