Reflections: Short Film Collection

Reflections: Short Film Collection

Reflections: Short Film Collection
  • How To Raise A Black Boy

    Four Black boys disappear one night, as many Black boys do, and find themselves on a fantastical journey to break the curses of Black boyhood.

  • Burning/Ardor

    Memories of two women experiencing their first love. In this encounter, the apprehension of body image and sexuality are involved through theater and drawings of Antonin Artaud.

  • All Boys Aren't Blue

    George Matthew Johnson’s NY Times bestselling memoir, "All Boys Aren’t Blue" is the perfect source material for this film, which highlights three pivotal moments in George’s life that shaped their understanding of their place in the world. Directed by Nathan Hale Williams, the film stars Dyllón B...

  • How Was Your Day?

    The film is a D.I.Y. semi-autobiographical, short stop motion animation video,using plasticine characters to portray one day in the life of a gender-queer person

  • as british as a watermelon

    Though mandla may seem absent-minded, the artist’s body is keeping score. This solo performance explores mandla’s fragmented memories of a childhood filled with displacement and disassociation, soothed by Christian hymns and isiNdebele folk songs.

  • Too Rough

    After a night of intoxication, a hungover and hysterical Nick wakes up next to his boyfriend Charlie and must conceal him from his own homophobic and dysfunctional family.

  • Pompeii

    Tam gets on the first tube home, plugs himself into his phone and begins reliving his night out via social media stories.