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.
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 https://www.richmondrainbowpride.org.
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 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.