directed by diana khong
home made is an intimate, contemplative portrait of two queer tattoo artists navigating an industry traditionally dominated by white, straight, cisgender males. the film weaves together the parallel narratives of Jasmine, a shop owner in Philadelphia, and sally, a stick-an...
aayushi, a young indian woman living in australia, receives a call from her mum while getting ready for work. as they talk, the little white lies that aayushi tells reveals the distance between herself and her family is more just than physical.
a deadpan comedy featuring, margo -- an elderly woman who's trying to escape her old folks home in order to get her late wife's ashes to the big nickel in Sudbury, in time to celebrate their anniversary.
this short documentary-style interview film takes a quick look at some key terms that originated within queer black and poc communities (such as the ballroom scene), tracing their cultural significance to contemporary mainstream popular culture.
go behind-the-scenes of "project ego" in this divine interview with igho diana as she expands on how she made the short documentary and her business e.g.o. initiative focusing on black women's wellness.
tania peralta is the writer behind the moving “coyotes” and the founder of peralta house, a publishing company operating out of toronto. tania recounts her migration story moving from honduras to canada at a young age and how it inspired her first book. she also talks...