The Race Against Race

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SHORTS: SHE STORIES
Cinépolis Chelsea Wed, Nov 10, 2021 9:30 PM
Docs directed by women sharing their perspective with the world. (Total Running Time: 90 MIN) The Gallery That Destroys All Shame | Director: Aurora Brachman, Jessie Zinn An intimate invitation to a night that shatters shame and confusion around the female genitalia. (USA, 12 MIN) Nalujuk Night | Director: Jennie Williams A rhythmic film by Inuit filmmaker Jennie Williams that explores the Labrador Inuit tradition of Nalujuk Night. At times terrifying and thrilling, this film tells the story of a beloved community tradition, turning into something of a fable itself. (CANADA, 13 MIN) No Man’s Land | Director: Anna Andersen, Gabriella Canal While exploring a lesbian community in Alabama this film reveals the importance of found family and intentional community living. (USA, 27 MIN) The Ra
SHORTS: SHE STORIES
Online Screening Thu, Nov 11, 2021 12:00 AM - Thu, Nov 18, 2021 11:59 PM
You’ll have 48 hours, or until the end of the film’s engagement if it occurs in less than 48 hours, to complete your viewing once you begin to stream.

This film will be available to stream only in the US and US territories.

SHORTS: SHE STORIES
Cinépolis Chelsea Thu, Nov 18, 2021 5:00 PM
Docs directed by women sharing their perspective with the world. (Total Running Time: 90 MIN) The Gallery That Destroys All Shame | Director: Aurora Brachman, Jessie Zinn An intimate invitation to a night that shatters shame and confusion around the female genitalia. (USA, 12 MIN) Nalujuk Night | Director: Jennie Williams A rhythmic film by Inuit filmmaker Jennie Williams that explores the Labrador Inuit tradition of Nalujuk Night. At times terrifying and thrilling, this film tells the story of a beloved community tradition, turning into something of a fable itself. (CANADA, 13 MIN) No Man’s Land | Director: Anna Andersen, Gabriella Canal While exploring a lesbian community in Alabama this film reveals the importance of found family and intentional community living. (USA, 27 MIN) The Ra
Film Details
Country:USA
Year:2021
Running Time:19
Language:English
Director:Nattalyee Randall
Jessica Cornelio
Executive Producer:Nattalyee Randall
Tinnie Randall
Producer:Elijah Settles
Luke Welchel
Christopher Betts
Editor:Elijah Settles
Luke Welchel
Cinematographer:Elijah Settles
Composer:Nattalyee Randall
DOC NYC
Film Genres:Activism
African American
Human Rights
Race

Description

WORLD PREMIERE One woman's story of how she transformed “Running while Black” into an act of protest in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement. - Elyse Wang

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Co-Directors Nattalyee Randall and Jessica Cornelio, Producers Elijah Settles and Luke Welchel and film subjects Coffey and Nova Church.

This screening is being played as part of the SHORTS PROGRAM:  SHE STORIES

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