MFA Student Screened at Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival

Current MFA student Malia Bruker Screened her short documentary, Chase (2011) on Mar 22 and 23 at Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, CA.

See the filmmaker’s bio.

2011/ 13 min.

In our increasingly corporatized, disconnected world, one romance survives. Guiding us through her own story of love letters and junk mail, Director Malia Bruker explores the isolating nature of modern life in this comedic documentary.


About Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival

The mission of the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival is to bring strong, independent documentary films and their filmmakers to West Sonoma County. The Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival is presented by Sebastopol Center for the ArtsSebastopol Center for the Arts is a grassroots, nonprofit arts center created in 1988 by a coalition of art, business and community members to provide art programs and services for all sectors of the community. Eliza Hemenway founded the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival in 2007 with a vision to showcase strong, independent documentary films in West Sonoma County, and to network the local film community.


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