Qinfolk Short Film Festival

All films will be shown during each screening session of the festival. All sessions are identical in content
Please register for the session that fits best with your schedule for the day.
Sessions begin at: 10:00 am, 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm [FINAL SHOWING]

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I Identify As Me (preview)

By Tina Colleen & Monick Monell
Runtime: 4 mins
The “I Identify as Me” documentary celebrates queer + trans people of color who are masculine-presenting/gender fluid women or gender-nonconforming people.

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Climb

By The Lady Ms. Vagina Jenkins
Runtime: 4 mins
CLIMB comedically dispels stigma and assumptions about mental health from a Black, cis-femme, neurodivergent perspective.

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black enuf*

By Carrie Hawks
Runtime: 23 mins
black enuf* explores the expanding black identity. This animated documentary takes a playful approach to heavier questions of race, difference, and self-acceptance.

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Waaseyaa

By Cleo Keahna Warrior
Runtime: 7 mins
A young Ojibwe heals on her own terms.

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Tough

By Gillian Glasco & Alfonso Johnson
Runtime: 12 mins

TOUGH is a story that follows Marcus and Larry, estranged father and son who reconnect only by discovering they now share the same apartment complex.

 
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This Is For Us

By Shanel Edwards
Runtime: 6 mins

This is our resilience, this project is void of our trauma, THIS IS FOR US.

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The Mixtape: Stay Black, Baby!

By Jasmine Callis
Runtime: 17mins

Capturing an exhilarating reflection on Black America, The Mixtape: Stay Black, Baby! is a complex portrait of black youth, black art, black voices, black struggle and black empowerment.

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Mental Health Series

By Dread
Runtime: 17mins

Intimate discussions of QTPOC mental health.