SHORTS: SPEAK UP, STAND UP

SHORTS: SPEAK UP, STAND UP

83 min

Online Screening

Disrupting the system.  (TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 83 MIN)

Oil and Water | Director: Anjali Nayar

The women of a northern Kenya community that has been exploited for oil unite to fight greed, patriarchy, and corrupt politics. (Canada, 14 MIN)

Stonewall 2069 | Director: Samuel Douek

The 1969 police raid of New York City’s Stonewall bar sparked the queer rights movement. What will the next 50 years of queer liberation look like? (UK, 8 MIN)

Lupita | Director: Monica Wise Robles

Lupita, a Tsostil Maya massacre survivor, stands at the forefront of a new movement of indigenous women. (Mexico, 21 MIN)

Tangled Roots | Director: Samantha Knowles

Attica Scott, the only Black woman in the Kentucky state legislature, fights to dismantle a system of discrimination against Black people penalized for something seemingly innocuous–their hair.  (USA, 19 MIN)

Welcome Strangers | Director: Dia Sokol Savage

In the suburbs of Denver, Colorado, Sarah has turned her home into a haven for immigrants newly-released from state custody.  (USA, 21 MIN)

Click here for an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Filmmakers Monica Wise Robles, Anjali Nayar, Samuel Douek, Samantha Knowles and Dia Sokol Savage,

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Dates

Nov 11 - Nov 19

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