15th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival

qwocmapJune 14-16
QWOCMAP presents:
15th Annual San Francisco International Queer Women of Color Film Festival
Brava Theater, Various times, visit: https://qwocmap.org/festival
FREE, registration opens May 1: http://bit.ly/2019QWOCFF

QWOCMAP’s annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival will premiere 35 films in 3 screenings, June 14-16, 2019. Our 15th anniversary Festival Focus “Resilient Past is Vibrant Prologue,” celebrates the everlasting power of queer women of color, and gender nonbinary and transgender people of color. From a young biracial Chinese woman whose home propels her into the world, to the voice of a Mexican American boy soaring with love, from two nonbinary Coptic Egyptian and Muslim Pakistani queer friends diving into community with food, to four Black trans women strutting through love, trade, and shade, these films charge through time and revel in our ability to thrive.

All films Subtitled for the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing. ASL interpretation provided.

FILM / VIDEO

SCHEDULE
Friday, June 14 | Opening Night Screening: Everlasting Bonds 7:30pm
Waking Hour (2019) Nava Mau

Haunted Flowers (2019) Gato Rodriguez and Rachel Walker

Siendo la tormenta (2019) Laura Nuwuanda

After You Left (2018) April Maxey

Cup of Tea (2019) Jianda Monique

Hot & Bothered (2018) Leah Byrd

Ukulele Girl (2019) Nicole De Meneses

White Towels (2019) Hannah Marianetti

Femme Queen Chronicles (2018) Ahya Simone

Saturday, June 15 | Centerpiece Screening: Rising Persistence 7pm
disquiet (2019) Sam Ku

Letter to the Outsider (2018) Dorothy Cheung

sleeptalk (2018) Kristal Chan

Not Your Mascot (2018) Beth Nelsen

Silence Is Our Enemy / Sound Is Our Weapon (2016) Emma Shooshan

The Plastic Problem (2018) Alice Choe

Nature is not racist (2017) Susana Romero

Lesson 1: Resilience (2018) Nana Duffuor

My Grandmother’s House (2019) Megan Wilton

Lesson 7: Speak (2018) Nana Duffuor

The Divine Femmunity (2018) Rraine Hanson

Yesterday (2019) Alicia Kester

Time is of the Essence (2019) Emma Lee

With Love (2019) Logan Henderson

Among the Cranes (2019) Astrid Liu

Sunday, June 16 | Closing Night Screening: Belonging Forever 5pm
La Serenata (2019) Adelina Anthony

Les lèvres gercées (2018) Fabien Corre and Kelsi Phung

Guarding Santos (2019) Adelina Anthony

Mom Too (2016) Jen Robles

Hudson (2017) Shae Xu

Music Box (2019) Tasya Abbot

I Am Kavi (2019) Kavi Dhan

Blood is the Mother of Qi (2019) Adam Austin

Food with Friends (2019) Fiza Jihan and Mina Halim

Because They Love Me (2019) Poll Andrium Landazuri

Home (2019) Christina E. Lang

Saturday, June 15 | After Party 10pm
$10-$25, registration opens May 1 – http://bit.ly/2019PartyQWOCFF

Asiento: 2730 21st Street, SF

DJ Black & DJ Wepa

Tapas available

Sunday, June 16 | Audience Award for Best Film 9pm

ABOUT QWOCMAP

QWOCMAP uses film to shatter stereotypes and bias, reveal the lived truth of inequality, and build understanding and community around art and social justice. QWOCMAP creates, exhibits, and distributes high-impact films that authentically reflect the lives of queer women of color (cisgender and transgender), and gender nonbinary and transgender people of color (of any orientation), and address the vital, intersecting social justice issues that concern our multiple communities. QWOCMAP’s vision nurtures filmmakers as artist-activist leaders for social change.

FUNDERS
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)
California Arts Council (CAC)
Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI)
City and County of San Francisco’s Department of Children, Youth, & Their Families (DCYF)
San Francisco Grants for the Arts (GFTA)
Walter & Elise Haas Fund
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
NBC Universal
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC)
The San Francisco Foundation (TSFF)
Zellerbach Family Foundation (ZFF)

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