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14th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival


  • Brava Theater Center 2781 24th Street San Francisco, CA, 94110 United States (map)

QWOCMAP presents 

14th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival

FRIDAY, JUNE 8:  Doors at 6:30pm; Screening at 7:30pm
SATURDAY, JUNE 9: Doors at 6:00pm; Screening at 7:00pm; After Party at Asiento SF
SUNDAY, JUNE 10: Doors at 4:00pm; Screening at 5:00pm 

QWOCMAP’s 14th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival will premiere 21 films in three screenings, June 8-10, 2018. Feel the thunder of the "Indigenous Futures" Festival Focus as it charges body, mind, and spirit with a keen lightning strike of power, the resonant rumble of decolonization, and a glorious reservoir of indigenous brilliance. From hip hop Native warrior women too feral for the patriarchy to the smoldering romance of two elderly Latina lesbians so hot that it incinerates prejudice, these films are a barometer for our revolutionary tomorrow. All films are subtitled for the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing and ASL interpretation will be provided along with many other forms of disability access.

The annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival is a FREE event. For information on how to register for tickets, visit qwocmap.org.


Schedule

 Fierce & Feral

Fierce & Feral

FRI, JUNE 8 - FIERCE & FERAL
From the ionized moments in between cancer treatments for a Black femme to the sensitive rumbles of a Vietnamese queer seeing their mother after a long time, these films remind us that wild is the wind and heart.


 Breaths Intertwined

Breaths Intertwined

SAT, JUNE 9 - BREATHS INTERTWINED
Atmospheric energy flows from the queer Asian diaspora where the flick of a tongue against flesh strikes desire and intimacy to kinky Black lovers that come together with an audible crack, to a shimmering romance between elder Latina lesbians so hot that it incinerates prejudice.


 Indigenous Futures

Indigenous Futures

SUN, JUNE 10 - INDIGENOUS FUTURES
From Native warrior hip hop FemmeCees too feral for the patriarchy to the remanent magnetic cry of endangered Indigenous language and resounding gleam of the Two Spirit drum, this day of films, song, dance, and a special talk circle on Native communities in film will electrify you.

Earlier Event: June 5
Drowning in Cairo
Later Event: June 12
Fog