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8 films in package
Twins, Pete and Pat, realize thinking "big" isn't always easy.
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Nay Nay Too Bomb
Nay Nay Too Bomb is hot on the scene. She's a megastar that uses her platform to be a beacon of hip hop and activism, fighting against toxic beauty standards imposed by society and the entertainment industry.
The Home Office
Every office has politics, romance, performance evaluations and HR, but it’s just a little different in an animation studio run by cartoon characters during the pandemic and work from home.
Social Fitness
Did you find it a little too easy adjusting to the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic? Wearing pants, navigating grocery aisles, and dating can be hard, but a new class on how to re-enter society has got you covered.
Full Picture
Actress, comedian, and activist, Santina Muha, has been in a wheelchair since she was six years old. With meetings, hangouts, and classes happening virtually due to the Coronavirus quarantine, she's experiencing something new: choosing when (or if) to disclose her disability.
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Who Fights For You?
Who Fights For You? is the story of a young African American man with cerebral palsy and his journey to become a pastor. As Reverend Darrien Fann enters adulthood, he questions what independence means to him and how our society views people with disabilities. He reflects on the obstacles he has had to overcome to fulfill his calling as a preacher.
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At Last
A timid high school girl reveals her truth during the most important night of the year.
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Wonderfully Made
Kashmiere Culberson is a young African American woman who embodies strength and confidence. Kash was born without arms, but she does not allow her disability to limit her pursuit of happiness and self-love. This short gives us a glimpse of her world.
This virtual screening is eligible for Indy Shorts Audience Choice Awards voting! 5=excellent, 1=poor Unlock the film to cast your Audience Choice vote.

As an official partner of the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge, Indy Shorts is proud to showcase the four winners of this year's competition ("Dwarfo-Psychosis," "NAYNAY TOO BOMB," "The Home Office," and "Social Fitness"), plus four additional shorts that celebrate EDFC's goal to tell unique stories that showcase disability in its many forms.

Films: Dwarfo-psychosis; Nay Nay Too Bomb; The Home Office; Social Fitness; Full Picture; Who Fights For You?; At Last; Wonderfully Made

*Note: Audience Choice voting can only be completed via Internet browser.

NAY NAY TOO BOMB is a contemporary woman that mirrors today's biggest stars in the music industry. They're strong, bold, not afraid to speak their mind, and simply want to be themselves. The question is, are they themselves or is this an image created by a male gaze for capitalism? The images we often see of entertainers are those of elevated and impractical beauty standards, usually including extensive photo retouching and expensive plastic surgery that rakes in billions of dollars across the globe every year. This consistent, unrealistic imagery is proven to have a negative effect on a woman's body image, self-esteem, and their perception of beauty.

Our statement is to be yourself and to know that you are beautiful and worthy both inside and out regardless if society shows or tells you differently!

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and are edited for length and clarity, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Heartland Film.

Film Contact:

Marie Alyse Rodriguez



  • Year
  • Runtime
    4 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    U.S. Premiere
  • Rating
    Mature Themes
  • Note
    Documentary Short
  • Director
    Marie Alyse Rodriguez
  • Screenwriter
    Natalie Trevonne
  • Producer
    Marie Alyse Rodriguez
  • Executive Producer
    Marie Alyse Rodriguez
  • Cast
    Natalie Trevonne, Jeremy Jeffers, Carlos Rafael Suarez, Danielle Haxton, Matt Genecov