Donated food with a bicyclist in the frame below | Still from "Orange Coast College Food Riders" Fine Cut 2019

The Food Riders of Orange Coast College

 

This mini-documentary gives an inside look at the work of the Food Riders Club at Orange Coast College, a group of OCC students who recover excess food from the campus cafeteria and transport it to local food pantries via bicycles and trailer. Directed by Hau Nguyen of Orange Coast College.

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In “Lalo’s House,” a film from USC’s Kelley Kali starring Garcelle Beauvais, two young sisters must escape a child sex trafficking ring after being taken from their home in Jacmel, Haiti. Followed by “Starlight,” an animated film from CalArts’ Robyn Romain that explores long distance love.

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