CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Light House Studio will be holding its second annual Odds & Ends Experimental Film Festival on April 6 at the Vinegar Hill Theatre.

Odds & Ends seeks films and videos that push formal and conceptual boundaries, allowing for multiple ways of understanding and interpretation. The aim is to celebrate a diverse range of pieces that work across modes and genres.

This year, several films in the program explore intimacy and connection through family heirlooms, photographs and other objects, while others engage with public sculptures, memorials and landmarks as they relate to school systems, identity fictions or settler-colonialism. Different filmmakers search for and engage with questions of identity within the context of motherhood, the African diaspora, Islam and more.

The festival was co-founded by Rachel Lane, Jason Robinson and Anna Hogg. Lane is the program director at Light House Studio, Robinson teaches digital art and filmmaking at the University of Mary Washington and Hogg teaches studio art foundations and cinematography at UVA.

Purchase your tickets here for the festival.