F**king Traditional Values - Queer Women of Color Shorts

F**king Traditional Values - Queer Women of Color Shorts

76 Minute Running Time
Genre/Subjects: Asian / Pacific Islander, Black / African American, Butch / Femme Issues, Comedy, Drama, Latino/a, Lesbian, Local Filmmakers / Subjects, Marriage, Middle Eastern, Native American / Indigenous, Pacific Islander

From yearning hands and ardent minds to lusting hearts with hip hop rhythms, these films shatter warped traditions and rock your world to the beat of new beginnings.

In Con Una Lengua Que No Es Mia, a woman mourns the loss of language and legacy. Traditional Indigenous Values counters the dissonant frequencies of colonization and Prop 8. Passing Through Like Water bonds three generations of Iranian women through history and memory. Kimchi is a strong accompaniment to cultural identity and self-love in Ferment Me My Heart. A young Egyptian changes the tempo of her life after she receives The Invitation. Two women explore mutual attraction through lyrical notes interwoven with hip-hop culture in About Her. The percussive palms of butch and femme hands are a Calling Card for desire. With five dollars, seven days and a mannequin, a jilted Asian woman thunders that she is Never the Bride. The backbeat of sexual anticipation plays through the intimacies of four couples in Fractions. And the tempo of a Transitional Love Object throbs with love. All works created through Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP). — T. KEBO DREW

Text Voting Codes:
CON UNA LENGUA QUE NO ES MIA : S512
TRADITIONAL INDIGENOUS VALUES : S553
Passing Through Like Water: S541
Ferment Me My Heart: S532
THE INVITATION : S540
About Her: S576
Calling Card: S521
Never the Bride: S552
Fractions: S575
Transitional Love Object: S568



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New Leaf: Services For Our Community and Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP)



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