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I was always a filmmaker before I was anything else. If I was always anything, I was a storyteller, and it never really made much of a difference to me what medium I worked in.
I literally was teaching myself frame by frame cel animation the first day I started drawing Ghost Dogs.
I’m very grateful that my work could be seen & the voice could be heard.
Matheus Farias & Enock Carvalho
In Brazil, where a trans person is murdered every three days, Marilene searches for her daughter, Roberta, a trans woman who is missing.
After first lockdown in spring 2020 I felt that all of us were thirsty – lacking contact, work and kind of normality.
Each time I’m trying different things and trying to find another way to tell a story.
I always thought editing WAS “directing” when I started out so there’s a part of me that doesn’t view them as separate things.
The stories I heard there: the Azores are full of fascinating legends and myths, it was heartbreaking not to be able to include them all in the film.
The inspiration came from my own personal experience with a life insurance company.
Sara Hirner & Rosemary Vasquez-Brown
t a time where they’ve sort of outgrown each other, but still have a lot of friendship history that they’re reluctant to let go of.
Darol Olu Kae
A poetic meditation on familial loss and separation, as well as the love that endures against dispersion.
Akinola Davies Jr
Juwon, an eight-year-old girl with an ability to sense danger, gets ejected from Sunday school service.
Rioting spreads as social inequality causes tempers in a struggling community to flare, but the oppressive environment takes on a life of its own as the shadows of the housing estate close in.
Melody C Roscher
My first scripts were obfuscating the actual stories I was too afraid to tell.
December 24, 1983, 10:50 p.m.: Julie and her cousins ate too much sugar, and Santa Claus is late.
A young woman grapples with the aftermath of reporting sexual harassment in the workplace.
It turns out that everyone was very open and willing to contribute.
This touching story of father–daughter bonding explores the plight of Afghani migrants who have settled in Germany...
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