Educate and empower.


Your films were a big hit at the Alumnae of Color film festival at Mills College. There is a lot of chatter about hosting another short film festival next year.

As soon as QWOCMAP books the next screening, information will be posted here.

Past Screenings
QWOCMAP Films in Richmond

Richmond Rainbow Pride
October 12, 5:30-9:00PM

Bridge Art Space, 23 Maine Ave, Richmond, CA

Come, celebrate and see QWOCMAP Films in the East Bay at Richmond Rainbow Pride’s Film & Cultural Event!

For more information


The Indian Is Still Alive by Susana Caceres

Mariposa by Candy Guinea

A Love Letter to Queer Black Womyn by Bree McDaniel

Food with Friends by Fiza Jihan and Mina Halim

Home by Christina Lang

Other films include: Gamers by Searit Huluf, Engaged by David Scala, Trans Justice by Michelle Prevost and Ilena Ferrer

Free Event! Food Service at 5:30 followed by films and panel discussion.

OLOC screening for QWOCMAP

OLOC Benefit for QWOCMAP
October 5, 3-5PM

Berkeley Unitarian Fellowship, 1606 Bonita Ave/Cedar St., Berkeley, CA

Donation $5-20, tickets at the door. Light refreshments. Everyone welcome.

Our beloveds at Bay Area Old Lesbians Organizing for Change are co-sponsoring this screening of films, filmmakers will be present to discuss their work, and you’ll learn more about QWOCMAP!

All films open captioned for the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing.

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