Next Short Film Festival: Saturday May 29th (Stream for FREE all day)

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EL COLOR NEGRO, 4min., Canada, Documentary

Directed by Andy Hodgson

Color only exists in the presence of light, so all things are essentially black. But really, what is black? A short, elegant and experimental exploration of the value and meaning of BLACK.

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PHENOMXNAL WOMXN, 8min., Canada/Ghana, Documentary

Directed by Alexxa Walker

Phenomxnal Womxn is a short documentary film that takes an intimate look into the lives of womxn in Ghana. The film shares the stories of remarkable womxn whom are often neglected from media, representation and history as a whole by highlighting the incredible strength, innovation, cultural richness, and entrepreneurial spirit of Ghanaian womxn as they overcome adversity in everyday life.

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MATRONAS, 25min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Shara Lili, Noemí Delgado

Salvadoran midwives, who delivered babies even during the Civil War, now fight to protect their ancestral role in the face of government repression. As people in El Salvador lose their right to give birth at home, dehumanizing hospital experiences become the standard way of ushering life into the world. The caretaking traditions of these midwives are at risk of being lost to future generations.

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LOOK AT US NOW, 5min,. USA, Documentary

Directed by Vee Rodriguez

LOOK AT US NOW explores the societal impact of Comic Book culture and its importance to fans, while also telling the story of how geek culture went from being a punchline to a global phenomenon. Based on the poem by Vee The Vision.

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FASHION STATEMENT, 5min., USA Documentary

Directed by Luis Zuniga

In order to stand out, a young woman creates punk rock clothes as a political and fashion statement.

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AT WHAT COST?, 22min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Lauren Rothman

Following the deaths of several USC students, a film student befriends the editor of the school newspaper in order to investigate potential underlying causes of these tragedies and the impact they had on the rest of the university.

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