DRAMA FILM FESTIVAL – Thursday Sept. 16th – (Stream for FREE all day)

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SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

“enough”, 14min., USA, Cinematic docu-fiction

Directed by Caleb Slain

A dream, a nightmare, a musical. Shot over 10 years, this surreal hip hop odyssey unpacks the stormy inner world of Nathan Nzanga, a Congolese-American artist coming of age in a fractured nation.

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FAITH INTERRUPTED, 15min., USA, Drama

Directed by Marquis Simmons

The piece gives a visual glimpse into mind and heart of someone that was assaulted, as they traverse the various stages of grieving and healing to once again find some sense of normalcy.

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DROPPING OUT, 16min., USA, Drama

Directed by Niko Gonzalez

“Dropping Out” is the story of two sisters attempting to reconnect, amidst the backdrop of an industrial town. The youngest, Chloe, is destined for greatness, as she prepares to head to a top university in England. The elder, more cynical sibling, Maggie, has squandered her potential and attempts to hide within her own world. Their attempts to reconcile differing outlooks over the course of just a day may end up drastically tearing the two sisters apart.

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WE SAVE US, 14min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Aylin Sozen

We Save Us is a short poetic documentary centering the expressions of New Yorkers leading up to the 2020 U.S. presidential election results. As tensions rise, the movement led by Black female activists to end police violence is ever-present. Combining various montage techniques with soundscapes that evoke sociopolitical histories of the past, We Save Us portrays the voices that echo the unrelenting fight to preserve Blackness in America.

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