Thursday, June 24, 2021
Oscar Shorts Documentaries to Be Shown Thursday
“Hunger Ward,” filmed inside two therapeutic feeding centers in Yemen, focuses on two female health care workers fighting to thwart the spread of starvation in the face of a population on the brink of famine during war.
Wednesday, April 21, 2021


The Sun Valley Museum of Art will wrap up its screening of Oscar Nominated Short Films on  Thursday, April 22.

They can be viewed in person at the Magic Lantern Cinemas at 100 East 2nd St.  in Ketchum. Or, you can rent the Oscar Shorts via SVMoA to watch at home with a 30-day period in which you have to view the films.

Oscar Shorts Documentaries will be screened at Magic Lantern at 4 and 7 p.m. this Thursday.

The documentaries are:

  • “Love Song for Latasha,” which focuses on friends and relatives remembering a 15-year-old who was shot by a convenience store owner who got off with a mere slap on the hand.
  • “A Concerto is a Conversation,” which features an interview with a 91-year-old as he tells of escaping the Jim Crow South as a youngster.
  • “Colette,” which depicts a 9-year-old alum of the French Resistance who visits the concentration camp where her brother was killed during World War II.
  • “Hunger Ward,” which offers a look at a hospital that handles cases of child starvation during Yemen’s ongoing civil war.
  • Anders Hammer’s “Do Not Split,” which zeros in on the movement for democracy in Hong Kong.

This is the sixth consecutive year that SVMoA has paired with Magic Lantern Cinemas to screen Oscar shorts.

Tickets for the Magic Lantern showings are $10 for SVMoA members and $12 for nonmembers. Tickets and information about viewing the shorts at home are available at


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