This month’s Indie Film Series will celebrate Pride Month with 9 independent films from June 24-27, 2021. Indie Film Series: Voices of Pride.
The Indie Film Series will screen from June 24 -27, 2021.
Watch at INDIEFILMSERIES.ORG
Films to be screened:
Brothers – Directors: Emmett Jack Lundberg & Sheyam Ghieth
It’s just another day in the life of a transman. Trevor and Len are getting into their groove, but with Trevor on hormones for egg harvesting, things are not as easy as they seem.
In Time – Madeleine Smith, Director
“In Time” follows a lonely girl who comes across a phone with which she can call herself 20 years in the future. Feeling stuck in her circumstance, she has a chance to see what her life might be like.
The Worst Thing– Desireena Almoradie, Director
The Worst Thing provides an intimate window into the long-term friendship between two queer women of color and shows how their experience of the world allows new possibilities of forgiveness, healing, and reconciliation.
Heather Has Four Moms – Jeanette Buck, Director
When Heather decides to lose her virginity for her 15th birthday, Mom number four must convince the other moms that it’s time for Heather to have “the talk”. It’s a mother-daughter story. Times four.
Where We Began – Benno Thiel, Director
Two men awake days after the world stopped with no memory, a journey of understanding each other and themselves ensues.
Self Worship – Asia Brown, Director
A boldly feminist and genuinely provocative exploration of one sexual trauma survivor’s journey back to their body through the universal language of dance. Rated R.
Livin’ in the Light – Hannah Hefner, Director
Livin’ in the Light is a new music video from Onry, one of the only Black male professional opera singers in the Pacific Northwest working in modern/crossover genres. Rated G
Trashy Booty – Iris Devins. Director
Two dumpster diving trans women come across a hitchhiking robot on the outskirts of Philadelphia. They take the robot on a journey through their daily lives in an unkind world. Rated PG
Don’t Ever Give Up – Amy Billharz, Director
J GRGRY’s “Don’t Ever Give Up” is an encouraging song about not giving up on your dreams though the pursuit may seem overwhelming. In the forest you feel small among the towering old growth trees and lost within the brush, representing all that can hold you back. The shelter is a safe place where creativity can flourish, where you can make things happen with dedication and hard work. May J GRGRY’s “Don’t Ever Give Up” encourage us all to stay strong and keep going during difficult times.