The 10th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival celebrates a Decade of Love! with 32 new films in 4 screening programs that are fully captioned and subtitled. The Festival Focus “Re-Generation” takes root in cultural legacies of sustaining the earth. The festival will showcase films from the QWOCMAP Film & Freedom Academy tour of California, and new works from Colombia and Paraguay. For the first time ever, ALL the films, including world premieres and festival circuit faves, will be accessible to the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing community. From the first bloom of desire between two queer Asian women to a juicy Black femme understanding her own allure, from young Iranian and Black Latina girls budding with their own power to the monumental strength of queer Asian refugees, these films sow seeds of fearless resistance, and cultivate joy and liberation.
Official National Queer Arts Festival Event.
Pre-Screening Receptions; Q&A with Filmmakers; Wheelchair Accessible;
Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Accessible;
@ Brava Theater, 2789 24th Street (at York), San Francisco
SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 7PM
SEEDS OF RESISTANCE
From Black farmers and elders tilling tradition from beans, to preserving Indigenous watershed culture in Napa Valley, to rural Colombian women harvesting cassava out of scorching memories of war, these lush documentaries regenerate our legacies of growing our own food and sustaining our lands.