19th Annual International Queer Women of Color Film Festival
The 19th anniversary Film Festival will premiere 30 films in 6 screenings. From the lush sageness of memory, movement, and Indigenous traditions of environmental stewardship, to the transformation of grief, and the mycorrhizal relationships between love, collective care, and disability justice, the Festival Focus “Forever Rooted” liberates spores of sovereignty and survivance. All films are Subtitled for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing and Audio Described for the Blind and Low Vision, and ASL interpretation will be provided along with many other forms of accessibility.
Presented by the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP).
Friday, June 9
7pm: Magic at the RootOpening Night Screening
Saturday, June 10
1pm: Ginger & Honey MilkFeatured Screening
3pm: UnseenFeatured Screening
5pm: PanelDisability Justice in Film
6pm: ReceptionColibri Patio
8pm: Gathering SweetnessCenterpiece Screening
Sunday, June 11
11am: For Children & FamiliesDeeply Rooted: An Afro-Play Experience
1pm: Window Sown MemoriesCenterpiece Screening
5pm: Mycelial CareClosing Night Screening
Featured Image: A Generous Departure by Tiara Mir
By attending the Queer Women of Color Film Festival, you commit to:
1. Wear a N95 or KN95 mask indoors at all times.
2. Be vaccinated and boosted.
3. Consume all food and drink outside the building.
4. We strongly encourage taking a home antigen test each day before arriving at the Film Festival.
5. If you feel sick, please stay home even if your symptoms are mild.