2019 LHAAFF 1 - Opening Night
6:00 - 9:30 pm
Audiences will have an opportunity to engage with Northwest filmmakers, including Kiana Harris, Jamal Bradley, and Elijah Hasan, and more, in a talk-back following the screenings.
#WeMatter Sherri, Isaac 03:55 2017
#WeMatter is a short film that strives to highlight the growing epidemic of police violence against people of color. We hope that by focusing on the human aspect of the issue--the hurt, frustration and often the feelings of hopelessness, the importance of changing a system that allows these actions to flourish, can be thwarted. We hope that our film not only elicits an emotional response and encourages conversations of change, but inspires action.
Still Here Troy Charbonnet 08:18 2018
Left to their own devices in a flooding house during the wake of a life-threatening hurricane, a caregiver and an elderly patient with differing spiritual beliefs struggle to find hope in each other.
PAWG - Day 12 Pretty Ass White Girl 2.1John Eddins19:272017
In this dark comedy, the ending is only the beginning as lovers reunite 12 days after one of them gets a whole new lease on life and love.
Baby Steps Eric Dyson 22:00 2017
Every year on the anniversary of his fathers suicide, Kenny's battle with depression pushes him in the same direction.
Goodnight, Fred Wes Goodrich 09:27 2018
Its after midnight in Chicago on December 4, 1969 and young Black revolutionary; Fred Hampton only has a couple hours to live. The FBI is tracking him, The Chicago Police are outside his door and theres a mole in his ranks. But all Fred can think about is his unborn child and the divided country it will be birthed into. Goodnight, Fred is the true story of a young black man, his girlfriend and his sudden, tragic demise.
SUBSTANCE Jamal Bradley 05:00 2019
Based on True Events; Jason, the oldest of two boys loves his home but battles with wanting to change the deteriorating community and the desire to leave it behind. Tension turns to anger as Jason and his brother John battle over the decision to embrace the drug culture while simultaneously endangering John's daughter. Her symbolic gesture will change the future of the family and change her fathers SUBSTANCE.
Dynamite Leila Jarman 06:42 2018
A short, poetic performance art/dance film that investigates gender and masculinity --more specifically the American black male experience-- through embodied inquiry to find spaces where identity exists between and in opposition to social constructs. This film guides us through narrative incorporating movement, spoken word, and chant, as it uncovers truths about race, gender, and success in an ever-changing social landscape.
Me Time Iyabo Boyd 09:13 2019
After a long work week, Deborah is exhausted and needs to relax. One part of her psyche, Sexy Deb, appears and tries to bully her into going out to a bar for a hook-up. Soulful Deb also shows up- she lights some incense and tries to guide her into some self care stroking. Then Scaredy Deb pops in and whines that she just wants to eat oatmeal and watch Gilmore Girls. When they finally rally together to get-it-on solo, Scaredy Deb questions aloud if they've ever truly had an orgasm, undermining each aspect of the Debs and threatening to derail their whole plan. Through laughter and introspection, ME TIME explores women's sexuality, self care, and highlights the richness of our inner lives.
My Life Interrupted Alana Devich 09:24 2018
Alana Devich Cyril is on a quest to figure out how to navigate life following a stage 4 cancer diagnosis. In this comical, poignant documentary, she wants to show the world what her life looks like, but things like 3 million doctors appointments and a fear of travel get in her way.
Knock Knock Kennikki Jones-Jones 13:57 2018
Sinia does the best she can to help the kids next door, however when they are in danger, she does nothing. Stricken by guilt, she decides to check on the kids, but she discovers is a chilling reality that pushes her over the edge.
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) (Ver)
104 17th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144
|Apropiado para niños: Sí|
|Se aceptan perros: No|
|No fumar: Sí|
|Accesible a silla de ruedas: Sí|