Amato is about the diversity of polyamorous models in the Quebec portrait. Three unique and interrelated stories are staged through performing arts.
It´s about the Tatiany life as an artist, who, due to her lack of her neurodiversity knowledge, deals many social barriers, which aggravats her health, but she finds through art and knowledge a chance to overcome it.
In a potpourri of sparkles, musical numbers and documentary interview, Bistro Girls uses animation to explore the unescapable passion that drives artists, no matter their walk of life.
A scientist seeks answers by observing the world through the lens of her microscope.
A group of female students interview fellow workers in the audiovisual industry, and through an innovative montage and an unknown voice over, they manage to tell their experiences, encouraging other women and dissidents to raise their voices.
The choreographer Stine Marcinkowski Pettersson has the habit of picking up hats she finds on the street on the way home. She studies the menstrual cycle and suddenly she finds that she owns 28 hats that she has found in the streets, as many as the days in an average menstrual cycle! In an experiment dance movie, Stine presents four people's stories about the menstrual cycle. A film that concerns 100% of the population!
Documentary film, self-portrait made during the quarantine period due to the global pandemic by COVID-19, in which a self-exploration of the body and its relationship with freedom and confinement is made.
Content Warnings: Contains Adult Content and Nudity
[B]ELLAS successfully breaks the stereotype that conceives aging women as vulnerable, dependent and pleasing beings through a vindication of their experience, bodies, capacities, wrinkle and beauty.
Content Warnings: Adult Content, Brief Nudity and Nudity
How does our dual existence give space to explore and define our identity?
Living under occupation permanently threatens the Palestinian existence and identity. Leading to a double identity in various forms; including dispersal between freedom and restrictions. And these dispersions create people of two worlds.
The Face Jewelry collection allows a person to choose the identity of how they want to appear to the outside world; that the inner essence is not affected and they can coexist between two worlds.
A Change Is Gonna Come, performed by Prince Tasha at the Black Lives Matter protest at the Guildhall Square in Derry / Londonderry where crowds stood together to oppose racism, demand justice for George Floyd, call for the end of institutional racism, police brutality and historic complacency over the loss of black lives.
Police also attended the protest and issued a signiﬁcant number of Community Resolution Notices (CRNS) and fines for breaking Health Protection regulations due to Coronavirus. Individuals, including organisers, have been reported to the Public Prosecution Service with a view to prosecution. Police have also said they will also conduct follow up enquiries to seek to identify others who may have committed offences.
The police relied on Regulation 6A, which is designed to restrict outdoor social gatherings to up to six persons. Notably, this came into force on May 19th 2020, but there were no enforcement powers attached to it. That changed as an amendment was put in place by the NI Assembly a day before the protest.
People were not discouraged by the strong police presence and protested anyway. Many people claimed that the police were full of hypocrisy and they specifically targeted them because other protests that have happened were never met with such a strong police presence.
The organisers of the protest raised money on GoFundMe to help pay for all fines that were issued.
This is a historical moment in history.
This is a late apology, a late love letter, a late goodbye.
Content Warning: Adult Content, Adult Language, Graphic Language.
A heartfelt letter to tell the mother the most painful of secrets. Amina, who in 2002 was the small protagonist of Ten by Kiarostami is now a transgender director who tries to make her voice heard, understood, and be understood.
A video-art about sexual oppression and loosing innocence
Content Warnings: Adult Content and Mild Violence.
Luz and Denise grow up in the midst of the adversities of being LGBT in the extreme south of the city of São Paulo. Between fashion and poetry, making your way to the city. The dreams and uncertainties of youth flood their existences.
Content Warning: Adult Language.
Laura Serrano is about to debut in her first professional boxing match in Las Vegas. She has fought an entire systemized empire to achieve her dream. However, Laura Serrano does not know that she still has to fight hand-to-hand with the greatest opponent of all ... will she win this battle?
Someone puts a VHS in a videorecorder. As soon as the videotape is played, television images of all kind appear on the screen. The images are blurred: these are Beatrice’s childhood memories. Just like the videotapes are inevitably blurred, so are the memories of her childhood. That’s the beginning of a journey in which the film-maker processes some of the most important moment
A baby, the firstborn, comes into this world. Though her parents are human, the baby is a fish - and into the lake she is thrown.
Another baby is born. This little girl knows not of her older sister, but the two will meet, over shared blood and history, and through the future generation. This is the story of a common occurrence - a stillborn - told in an uncommon way, and the journey a sister will make to meet her kin.
We cannot explain anxiety, but we can feel it. This film was created for the project ‘This is me eating ___’, by the NYC-based theater company Et Alia Theater, and proposes a dialogue about the relationship between ANXIETY and PANDEMIC.
Content Warning: Graphic Language.
Exploring the intimacy of the mundane, sống ở đây focuses on the lives of Vietnamese shrimpers and elderly farmers in New Orleans, understanding the reverberations of the past, present in day to day labor.
2020, Winter. Pandemic. Isolation. Biographical facts penned on paper. Ancestry, memory, emptiness, prejudice, betrayal. Virus is an audiovisual poetic experience. Revolution. A healing cry for myself and many others alike. I must speak.
Content Warning: Brief Nudity.
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