As part of a conference entitled “Family Values” being held at the University of Chicago this weekend, the university’s Film Studies Center presents a program of short independent videos that offer alternatives to conventional media representations of the family: Mindy Faber’s Suburban Queen (1985), Vanalyne Green’s Trick or Drink (1984), Rea Tajiri’s History and Memory (1991), Thomas Harris’s Splash (1991), Meena Nanji’s Voices of the Morning (1992), Stuart Marshall’s Pedagogue (1988), and Martha Rosler’s Born to Be Sold: Martha Rosler Reads the Strange Case of Baby $M (1988), made for Paper Tiger Television.