In Hair Story residents of an artsy Black co-op tell their wild stories to an out-of-work drag queen as she styles their hair to pay her rent.
Four queer women of color negotiate professional and personal relationships on Chicago's south side in Quare Life.
In 2017, Derrick Woods-Morrow returned home to Greensboro, NC to reconnect with a police officer, who was once just another feral young boy on the playgrounds much like himself. Throughout a 72 hour period, they return to past moments of play, in an attempt to build a future were they could like they once were - two young boys, searching for each other, deep into the bushes, one white & one unaware of his blackness.
Saya Naomi is faced with the reality that the person she thought was her friend is not. Through pain and spirituality, she finds true friendship and togetherness with her community. In BSAYF, Roy Kinsey plays her intuition, her guide from shadow to light.
F*CK YES IS A MODERN SEX ED SERIES FOCUSED ON IMPROVING COMMUNICATION (AND SEX) BETWEEN CONSENTING ADULTS.
Welcome to The Exquisite Corpse, a DIY artists collective in Chicago comprised of five wildly different personalities; from their disciplines to their appetites, their personal histories to their dishwashing habits. It's a colorful and eccentric shared space, where the drive for generating radical and loving work is only mitigated by the fact that humans live there, with all the realities that come with that like: hygiene, personal space, and oh yeah, rent.
"Triggers" is a short film that centers Black women and girls’ trauma. A poetic journey through the weight of witness, the stories of Marissa Alexander and other instances of intimate partner violence that I witnessed as an adult and a child are central. I talk to my former little Black girl self. This piece honors her struggle and the struggles of little Black girls everywhere. What does it mean to hold the history of a little Black girl in my trans-male body? Or better, how does it feel?
ambivert. is a meditation in manic visuals and ethereal sounds. Transmuting energy from chronic pain, anxiety, and lethargy into thrusting sexual freedom, joy, anger, empathy for self and communities of color.
In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a series of Public Service Announcements (PSAs) from artists within our communities. Inspired by ‘The More You Know’ campaign, the current administration and Asians who think this is stuff you should know by now.
In REALITY IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH, An emerging filmmaker tries to make a film subverting racial and gender stereotypes about reality television using her family as a subject.
THE FURIES is a series of five dance films by King is a Fink Productions that explore how social prohibitions against female anger limit self-actualization for women.
INERTIA is a visual musical experience by Brandon Markell Holmes. An exploration of black thought, existence & trauma ; through the lens of [MODERN Technological Narcissism]&[The Civil Rights Movement] - into the premature journey of Black JOY , acceptance, Existential tyranny , Religion , Binary Codes and digital spaces of the Queer Black future.
In the world of LIPSTICK CITY Miss Couleé and Shea exact revenge on Miss Coulée's unfaithful husband.
Let Go and Let God is a short film dedicated to people who are struggling with the grips of depression and wondering if there is a way out.
Over a long weekend, a mother and daughter discuss thinning vaginal walls and humiliate a handsome stranger.
Nuptia Obama Creates Vogua is a video sample intended to show performance artists how we might create an art instructional video for exercising voguing and yoga.