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  • badassery

    directed by: sarafina mcIntosh, demi valentine and sunita miya-muganza

    what does it mean to make it in a male-dominated industry? from the up-and-coming independent curator to the global powerhouse, these creatives have crafted a brand for themselves as industry leaders, without compromising who...

  • haus

    directed by: joseph amenta

    makai is a young homeless queer boy sleeping on the couch of his friend trevon. as the two prepare for a night of competition at a local kiki Ball, makai is forced to reconnect with his disapproving older brother. yearning for distraction from his tumultuous familial s...

  • hyphen-nation

    directed by: samah ali

    "hyphen-nation" looks at what it means to be a black woman in canada after growing up in a culturally-steeped home, both domestically and internationally, and how it influences one’s identity.

  • in conversation with sunita miya-muganza & sarafina mcintosh

    sisterhood media's digital content manager has a live chat with the directors of 'badassery' sunita miya-muganza and sarafina mcintosh for the latest movie night episode. sunita and sarafina have an in depth chat on their experiences in the film industry and how "badassery" came to be.

  • the hallmark of tolerance

    directed by: ayo tsalithaba

    ayo tsalithaba's first film is an exploration of what it means to be black in canada. interviewing the different experiences of black folks, this film questions whether or not canada is the "hallmark of tolerance" it claims to be while also highlighting black excellence.