A dancer struggles between her passion of contemporary dance and her chronic epilepsy. Through her unhealthy coping mechanisms, she has to explore the relationships between art, the artist, and the audience.
An experimental documentary of a photographer with schizophrenia discusses his love for the medium and how it aids his illness.
Assembly Line of Broken Hearts
Exploring themes of inequality this experimental short film uses a variety of techniques to represent the emotional stages of discrimination.
An experimental narrative about a group of young people forced to participate in an endless cycle of filmed performances.
The filmmaker finds herself going down the rabbit hole during Christmas in the U.S.
An experimental short documentary film about the connection between racism, misogyny, and America's mass shooting epidemic.
LINKt: The Dance Film
LINKt, to put it simply, is about the relationship between a Black woman and a white woman. Performed and co-directed by Joy-Marie Thompson and Sherah Shipman, the two women use a orange rubber band that is tied by their waists to represent the power struggles, differences in privilege, and the dynamics of labor between them.
By asking the tough questions and searching for answers, these films tackle the challenging conversations needed for personal accountably, institutional change and healing. TRIGGER WARNING: violence, sexual assault, masturbation, swearing, blood and adult language. View filmmaker Q&As here.
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