Our Right to Gaze: Black Film Identities

Our Right to Gaze: Black Film Identities & Discussion: Empowerme through Story

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In this collection of six shorts, filmmakers gaze at themselves and their world, attempting to make sense of what they see reflected back. From gripping drama to heart-warming comedy, Our Right to Gaze: Black Film Identities  features timely stories from Black artists that take us outside of the ordinary.

●      Love in Submission by Antu Yacob & Lande Yoosuf

●      A Hollywood Party by Toryn Seabrooks

●      Pandemic Chronicles by Ya’ke Smith

●      Auntie Zariyah by Zora Bikangaga

●      The Black Banshee by Kyla Sylvers

●      Nowhere by Lin Que Ayoung

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    82 minutes
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    United States
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    Content Advisory: Pandemic Chronicles includes full nudity/mature content The Black Banshee features police violence