Docs directed by women sharing their perspective with the world. (Total Running Time: 88 MIN)
The Gallery That Destroys All Shame | Director: Aurora Brachman, Jessie Zinn
An intimate invitation to a night that shatters shame and confusion around the female genitalia. – Samah Ali (USA, 12 MIN)
Nalujuk Night | Director: Jennie Williams
A rhythmic film by Inuit filmmaker Jennie Williams that explores the Labrador Inuit tradition of Nalujuk Night. At times terrifying and thrilling, this film tells the story of a beloved community tradition, turning into something of a fable itself. – Elyse Wong (CANADA, 13 MIN)
No Man’s Land | Director: Anna Andersen, Gabriella Canal
While exploring a lesbian community in Alabama this film reveals the importance of found family and intentional community living. -Elyse Wang (USA, 27 MIN)
The Race Against Race | Director: Nattalyee Randall, Jessica Cornelio
One woman’s story of how she transformed “Running while Black” into an act of protest in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement. – Elsye Wang (USA, 19 MIN)
Round & Round | Director: Talia Pasqua, Simeon Pratt
A glimpse into the encapsulating and empowering world of roller derby. – Samah Ali (USA, 16 MIN)
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with several members of the fimmaking teams.
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