SUNDAY NIGHT SHORTS PROGRAM

SUNDAY NIGHT SHORTS PROGRAM

Sunday, October 14; 6:30pm


Angela Wilson, A Butcher's Story
Director: Gaby Scott
2018 | USA | 7 min
Meet Angela Wilson, a female butcher and the owner of Avedano’s, an independent butcher shop in the rapidly shifting landscape that is San Francisco.


Fig Tree
Director: Ana Quintanilla
2018 | USA | 5 min
A woman confronted with the absence of her lover is haunted by memories of passion, tenderness, and pain that pierce the margins of her reality.


What Do You See
Director: Michael Bonner
2017 | Australia | 6 min
Born in Malaysia and now living in Australia, Sereena, a transfeminine dancer, performer, and photographer, poetically discusses her upbringing and trans (in)visibility—questioning the viewer, “What do you see?”


Masks
Director: Mahaliyah Ayla O
2018 | USA | 22 min
A closeted medical student risks being outed to her family on the same evening a masked gunman opens fire at a gay nightclub.


Marguerite
Director: Marianne Farley
2017 | Canada | 20 min
An aging woman and her nurse develop a friendship that inspires her to unearth unacknowledged longing and thus help her make peace with her past.


Happy Birthday, Marsha!
Directors: Tourmaline Gossett & Sasha Wortzel
2017 | USA | 14 min
This hybrid short doc imagines iconic transgender performer and activist Marsha “Pay It No Mind” Johnson in the hours before the 1969 Stonewall riots; it stars Independent Spirit Award winner Mya Taylor (Tangerine).


Grace and Betty
Director: Zoe Lubeck
2016 | USA | 12 min
When 23-year-old Grace decides to come out of the closet to her grandmother Betty, she discovers something she wasn’t expecting.


Pop Rox
Director: Nate Trinrud
2017 | USA | 12 min
Jesse, an Iranian American teenage girl, decides to tell her best friend, Roxanne, that she’s in love with her.


Don't Judge Me, It's Rude.
Director: Taylor Whitehouse
2018 | USA | 5 min
Don’t Judge Me, It’s Rude is about an emotionally nuanced reconnection at a tree stump.

$15.00

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