Join us Friday, November 27 at 7pm CST for a Facebook Live Q&A with filmmakers Kameishia Wooten (Writer/Director) Lynn Dow (Writer/Director) Shawn Pipkin-West (Director/Executive Producer) and Tari Wariebi (Director) from the "Women of Color" shorts program.
Moderated by Producer/Black Harvest Community Council Co-chair NK Gutiérrez
Heart, soul, and perseverance are a Black woman’s essentials in these six shorts.
At her high school graduation party, a teenage girl scrambles to recover stolen college tuition money before her family members catch on to her secret. (Description courtesy of the director)
Janine and Lula are having a routine granddaughter and grandmother day out when a stop at a local gas station does not go as planned. (Description courtesy of the director)
Against the vibrant and colorful background of a carnival, an absentee mother spends a rare visiting day with her young daughter, only to be tempted by an entanglement from her past. (Description courtesy of the director)
After the death of her husband, Carol is faced with raising her twin daughters alone and navigating the aftermath of tragedy. (Description courtesy of the director)
A grieving sister finds joyful solace in virtual reality. (Description courtesy of the director)
After receiving an eviction notice, a determined single mother rediscovers her passion for music when she becomes a teacher of English as a second language. (Description courtesy of the director)