Finding Me Shorts Program

What does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be a woman? What does it mean to be American? Or Chinese? Or African? What if I don’t fit into these boxes? Sometimes when there are no clear answers, art-making is the way to connect with who we really are.

In Finding Me, discover how screen dance unleashes new possibilities for fluid self-expression. Moving through sexuality, gender, and family relations, these international shorts deftly explore how identities can constrain but also release.

Viewing Details: This digital screening is available to stream between 12:00 pm Sunday, October 18 and 11:59 pm Sunday, October 25. Suggested Viewing Time: Saturday, October 24 at 7:00 pm.

Co-Presenter: BOXBLUR at Catharine Clark Gallery
Community Partner: Second Cast

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Feature Ticket, Festival Pass

$9.00 / $50.00

Available October 18 - October 25, 2020

TT Runtime: 62 minutes

Art / Experimental, Short

Co-Presenter(s)

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Program Films

Making Men
Making Men examines the question of masculinity. This dance film zooms in on 4 individuals in the process of becoming men.
Antoine Panier
Harold George
(Belgium 2019) 0:19:41

Making Men

Family Portrait
Confronting conflicting values, a young woman returned to her home country to rediscover what has shaped her own beliefs by tracing different lessons bestowed to her from her grandmother, her father and her son.
Jingqiu Guan
Jingqiu Guan
(United States, 2019) 0:10:44

Family Portrait

I'd Like to Introduce Myself
Tired of being questioned about the material I was posting on social media, I decided to explain myself. Created during shelter-in-place at my apartment in San Francisco.
Benjamin Freemantle
Benjamin Freemantle
(United States, 2020) 0:01:48

I’d like to introduce myself

Re:Born
Re:Born – a short dance film about getting up.
Fleur Bax, Annemijn Rijk
Annemijn Rijk
(Netherlands, 2019) 0:10:24

Re-Born

Becoming
Becoming is a story of a young man, David, told mostly through movement. It’s a story of becoming, an exploration of self identity and dealing with trauma expressed through dance.
Irina Khokhlova
David Chicaeme
(United States, 2019) 6:52

Becoming

Beautiful Earth
This garden is a video designed to capture the essence of the beautiful earth. To highlight the silence of the trees and listen to the streams flow. For humans to take a second and really focus on what the earth has to offer, Are we allies or enemies?
Marvelle Reed , Shawn Hawkins
Shawn Hawkins
(United States, 2020) 0:05:13

Beautiful Earth

Exodus
Short film inspired by the poem of Angela Figuera Aymerich. “A woman ran. She gasped and ran. She stumbled and ran. With a solid fear below the eyebrows and a child in her arms”
Aïda Colmenero Dïaz
Khadija Nasibo
(Tanzania, 2013) 3:35

EXODUS/ÉXODO

You Boy
A disappointed boy walks in his suburban residence where he lives. But alone in his room, he creates another reality in which his dreams, fantasies and fears mingle through dance.
Mathis Moulin
Mathis Moulin
(France, 2020) 4:04

You Boy – Arigato Massaï

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