BLACK Film Festival Event – Sunday May 16th (Stream for FREE all day)

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CANT KILL US ALL, 8min., UK, Drama

Directed by Botis Seva, Ben Williams

Unravelling one man’s mental unrest as he navigates the turbulence of dealing with two global pandemics.
A theatrical experience combining Hip hop theatre and film from dance experimentalist Botis Seva, CAN’T KILL US ALL reveals the deterioration of one man’s emotional sanity and physical stability as he confronts life in lockdown. From reflecting on childhood memories to reliving Black trauma, CAN’T KILL US ALL pushes through the darkness to find light, humility and peace.

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HALLUCINATED, 12min., Saudi Arabia, Thriller/Drama

Directed by Mohammed Omar

Moayd is a delivery man who has issues with sleeping and it gets worse and worse until he doesn’t know how to separate between real and hallucinations.

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EAVESDROPPING ON THE ELDERS, 18min., USA, Drama

Directed by Kiah Clingman & Robinson Vil

A girl is unknowingly challenged with the task of bridging the gap between 2 generations. With a little help from her father, she’s forced into another world where she’s confronted with lessons from the past.

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TRIGGERED, 13min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Ariyan Johnson

Cell phones. Social media. Our lifelines to the outside world. Daily we’re barraged with images, words and video that trigger our emotions. But what happens when it’s one post too many and the emotional dam breaks? TRIGGERED takes us on a visual rollercoaster of music and movement, processing the emotional impact of social media from the inside out.

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SINS OF THE FATHER, 15min., USA, Drama

Directed by Doug Jordan

A seemingly ordinary morning in South Central Los Angeles proves to be anything but ordinary, as Derrick, a gang unit police officer, and Freddie, a high school student, are both caught up in the violent whirlwind of militarized policing and gang violence.

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