"Faces of Mechanization" films, each accompanied by a short, will be shown at the Squirrel Hill and Manor theaters, along with CMU's McConomy Auditorium. Regular admission is $7 or $3 for students.
A Full Access Festival Pass can be purchased for $30 or, if you're a student, $15. Go to www.cmu.edu/faces/ to buy a pass, find directions to the theaters and read more information.
6 p.m.: "Frozen Angels" -- A look at Los Angeles' growing baby business, told through the donors, scientists and infertile couples who long to be parents.
7:50 p.m.:"La Antena" ("The Aerial") -- Argentinean writer-director Esteban Sapir sets his movie at a time when an entire city has lost its voice. Mr. TV, owner of the city's only television channel, has a sinister plan to control the inhabitants in this award-winning black-and-white film.
5 p.m.: "Workingman's Death" -- Documentary that follows six groups of laborers, from the coal mines of Ukraine to Chinese steel mills and German smelting works being converted to a leisure park.
7:30 p.m.: "La Antena"
3:10 p.m.: "Workingman's Death"
5:30 p.m.: "Our Daily Bread" -- Examination of industrial food production and high-tech farming.
9 p.m.: "Our Daily Bread"
5:30 p.m: "Mardi Gras: Made in China"