No More White Women
Directed by Nathan Caywood (USA, 2018, 5 min.). Digital.
Zora navigates the nuances of interracial romance and discovers that the white women he dates are all problematic in their own unique ways—or maybe he’s the one who’s problematic.
An Anomalous Love
Directed by Reggie Williams (USA, 2019, 17 min.). Digital.
A man in his mid-20s and a woman in her mid-40s navigate a casual relationship.
Directed by Dewey A. Ortiz Jr. (USA, 2018, 22 min.). Digital.
Abused and neglected, Kellee attempts to run away with her boyfriend, only to be chased and cornered by her abusive stepfather, who threatens her life and the life of her mother. What follows is a series of events that leads to a violent confrontation with the abusive man who has terrorized her life.
Directed by Antjuan Ward (USA, 2019, 20 min.). Digital.
Overcome with mixed emotions, Jason sits us down to explain his story. He breaks down each part of his story while trying to piece together what is missing. Jason shows us how blind love can really be.
Directed by Amit Bhalla (USA, 2018, 21 min.). Digital.
Othello, William Shakespeare’s canonical tale of jealousy and betrayal, is reimagined during the revolutionary experiments of the Black Panther Party.
Know Me So Well
Directed by Starr Nathan (USA, 2019, 8 min.). Digital.
When a Brooklyn-dwelling British woman in her late 20s realizes her relationship has run its course, she decides to explore a new romance, sending her on a journey of self-love, regret, and heartbreaking consequences.
Directed by Searit Huluf (USA, 2018, 10 min.). Digital.
An amateur female gamer is given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to try out for a pro league gaming team, only to be plagued by self-doubt.