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Taste Test Virtual Shorts Program
The Houston Museum of African American Culture (HMAAC) is partnering with the Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival (BFSFF) to bring you Taste Test! Taste Test is a serving of animated, experimental, and horror short films that center the Black Femme as a global protagonist. The program will be followed by Q&A with BFSFF founder, Nia Hampton and the filmmakers. Please note: This is a virtual film screening hosted by HMAAC. The screening will NOT be taking place at the physical venue. It will be ONLINE ONLY.
Submissions for the 2020 Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival are currently open. For more information, visit http://bfsfilmfest.com/.
Featured short films include:
“A Black Girl’s Country” Directed by Nia June – A meditative, healing short film asking: what do you know of a Black girl’s country?
“Lazy Day” Directed by Alicia Robinson – This animated short features a fun day with a little girl and her father before things changed on one fateful day.
“#Miss America” Directed by V.T. Nayani – #MISSAMERICA takes you through the changing journey of one Black woman over different stages of her life.
“Queen of Hearts” Directed by Kyisha Williams & Lindsey Addawoo – A young queen has much to learn about her powers and with the death of her beloved witch doctor she may have to learn faster than she thought.
“Jamie Fulla Grace” Directed by Emily Eaglin – A fun and quirky peak into the life of the amazing Jamie.
“DOLLBABY” Directed by Britt Sankofa – Have you ever thought about how much dolls impacted your childhood? Well, let’s discuss.
“The Women at the end of the World” Directed by Ana Do Carmo – Two femmes by themselves at what seems like the end of times. Will they make it through togethe