RGT x BWF Short Film Announcement!
Announcing the Films Selected for Reel Girl Talk and Black Women Film! Canada’s Short Film Night!
It's just over one week until our short film night so we figured it's high time we let you in on the incredible films we have selected. We are proud to share that we will be showcasing the work of nine incredible Black female directors at the Reel Girl Talk and Black Women Film! Canada Short Film Night in Toronto on November 8, 2017.
Learn about the shorts films selected to screen as part of the event, which will be followed by a panel discussion lead by Black Women Film! Canada’s Ella Cooper, below. We will also be sharing more info about the filmmakers and the films via our social media channels over the days leading up to the screening.
Directed by Magda Uculmana-Falcon
A story about a Black girl discovering her internal beauty through self-care.
Co-directed by Christian Anderson and and Brittney Marvell
A documentary that aims to unify a diverse section of people through one human attribute: skin.
Directed by Noncedo Khumalo
An animated short exploring what happens when society’s rejects reject society.
Directed by Keeya King
Following Sierra Leone’s Civil War in 1991, Muna aims to put herself, and her community, back together by working at a rehabilitation centre for former soldiers.
Directed by Kelly Fyffe-Marshall
As her mother, Janice, is doing her hair, Jada finds the solace to confess earth-shattering news.
Directed by Samah Ali
A conversation with five women, this documentary looks at what it means to be a black woman in Canada after growing up in a culturally-steeped home, both domestically and internationally, and how it influences one’s identity.
ALL DAY ALL NIGHT
Directed by Ayisha Gariba, Maya Morgan and Misha Louise Gilchrist
A film that follows people through their day after learning about an incident of violence against a Black person.
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