SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019 | 2:00 PM | NORTHWEST FILM FORUM
From young love to older passions (and total mishaps along the way), this collection of films is full of magic!
SPONSORED BY: Herradura Tequila
This program is not deaf-friendly.
Total running time: 93 min.
Anoop Lokkur; 2019; Australia; 8 min.
Aayushi and her mom talk in circles about potential marriage options, but Aayushi’s resistance encompasses a much harder conversation.
Vilde Moberg; 2018; Norway; 9 min.
Like passing love notes in middle school, but with terrible singing and beer.
Searit Huluf; 2019; USA; 10 min.
A young couple navigate the pressures of the gaming world, as one of them gets a chance to move ahead in a sphere that is almost impossible for a woman to break into.
Kyra Sedgwick; 2019; USA; 12 min.
Some drama is expected when this family gets together, but this time it’s more than snarky comments and name-calling.
Carly Usdin; 2018; USA; 14 min.
Camila’s girl crush and compulsive counting nearly derail her entire life—until she finds a new direction to channel her loving, playful energy.
I KNOW HER
Fawzia Mirza; 2019; USA; 3 min.
The six degrees of lesbian separation just got much, much smaller.
Abena Taylor-Smith; 2018; UK; 9 min.
Amma has resisted sharing her sexuality, but after a day at the salon filled with homophobic comments, she is empowered to embrace her true self.
TIME & AGAIN
Rachel Dax; 2019; UK; 28 min.
This multiple-award-winning gem of a story reunites two older women who still have their spark after more than 50 years apart.