“Fear of Dentistry,” made in 1986 by Lorraine and Frank Petrie, is an experimental humorous short film featuring everything from campy horror B movie tropes, Monopoly boards, a movie within a movie, abusive nuns, and more.
“Emma’s Time”, shot in 1969 by film student John Bartholomew, shows an elderly woman who describes her life living alone and her life as a youth.
“Truckin: The Road to Shreveport” was made in 1974 by Carol Coren when she tagged along with a couple of truck drivers headed to Louisiana. They explain the trials and tribulations they face to do their job.
“A Friend of the Family” by Susan Swartz profiles a friend of the filmmaker’s family, a failed musician.