|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|THIS DRESS - All I Have - Woman||Morgan Trant Kinnally||
A Congolese woman makes a desperate escape from brutal soldiers.
|THIS DRESS - Like Stone - Woman||Morgan Trant Kinnally||
A Congolese woman, battling with despair at a refugee camp, learns America has granted her request for asylum.
|THIS DRESS - Here - Woman||Morgan Trant Kinnally||
A Congolese woman, a survivor of the worst horrors of war, finally makes peace with her painful past.
|THIS DRESS (Extended Version)||Morgan Trant Kinnally||
A refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo tells her story of trauma, escape, and new life in the United States.
|TODOS SANTOS - The Angel Gabriel - Raúl||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Raúl realizes how advanced his mother’s dementia is when she tries to steal a baby from the grocery store.
|TODOS SANTOS - Dolores||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Dolores reminisces with her dead husband about language and their children.
|MISS CHIHUAHUA - Fun in Acapulco - Fanny||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Fanny tells her step-daughter about her disappointing experience with Elvis Presley a long time ago.
|THE SHOWER PRINCIPLE - Click - Liz||Ariel Mitchell||
Liz, a new mom, wonders if the shower is the only place she can think anymore.
|THE SHOWER PRINCIPLE - Two Minutes - Liz||Ariel Mitchell||
Liz, a new mom, can't remember when she last showered.