Letters2Maybe mixes and layers the experiences of immigrants and refugees over a span of five-years to construct a cinematic letter of intimate defiance. It navigates the precarious everyday realities of absence, movement, migration, and safety.

Yehuda Sharim, Director, Filmmaker and Editor

Yehuda Sharim is a writer, filmmaker, and poet. His work focuses on the relationship between the quotidian and poetic. Sharim’s films have appeared in film festivals, artistic venues, and universities across the world. His work offers an intimate portrayal of those who refuse to surrender amidst daily devastation and culminating strife, offering a vision for equality and a renewed solidarity in a divisive world. He currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the Program of Global Art Studies, University of California, Merced.