Eight videos and two films about memory, both historical and familial. The best is Hope Tucker’s Bessie Cohen, Survivor of the 1911 Shirtwaist Fire (2000), an affecting video obituary of a woman who lived to 107 after surviving the notorious Manhattan factory fire as a teenager. Also intriguing is Marie-Francoise Theodore’s video Rebel in the Soul (2002), in which Theodore plays two African-American women in 1915, one a Georgia lynching victim, the other a sculptor in Massachusetts. Also on the program: work by Elise H. Greven and Kate Sobol. 84 min.