Shorts to Remember
Saturday, October 16th - 12pm PST / 3pm EST
Gripping and contemplative shorts that tackle sex, gender, ancestry, and belonging.
This program will be followed by an Artist Talk with Echaka Agba, Kristina Valada-Viars and Jard Lerebours.
This group of filmmakers from our first two programs discuss the importance of intersectionality and nuance within Black film, the empowerment of creating boundaries as an artist, and more.
THE NIGHT IT RAINED
After losing his scholarship, Malachi is left to make a life-altering decision that may cost him his education, health, and dignity.
A man attempts to meditate.
The How for TeamDoneSon Productions
Official music video and cinematic release for the title, “How Long?”, by Breathless. The story of one woman's journey to ask all the hard questions of today. How long?
An experimental short film that chronicles a young woman's journey through identity and ancestry, after the passing of her great-grandmother.
THE ROOT: Looking For Ancestors In My Father's Garden
A first generation Black Queer American woman tries to find her way to knowing the grandparents she never met in talking to the generation of her family that immigrated to Indiana in the early 1980s from Nigeria.