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In-Person Shorts Program 4

Date: Sep 24, 2022
Starts: 19:00
Ends: 21:00
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In-Person Shorts Program 4

Regal Essex Crossing

Regal Essex Crossing

Room: Screening Room
129 Delancey St
New York, New York 10002
United States
An eclectic mix of great short films: narratives, documentaries, animations, and music videos.

Schedules and Screening Blocks are subject to changes.

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She's The Protagonist She's The Protagonist

She's The Protagonist

The Protagonist, by her given name, is presented to us in her natural environment : a jungle, sadly, often lacking in density. But today enough is enough! Being the mother, the secretary, the lover, the nanny, the baby bottle, the side piece of the main male character is no longer enough for our dear Protagonist! Put on "mute" after the allocated time for female* characters in a film was reached, she runs away with her friend Voice-Over for a new journey with plenty of humor.
14 minutes


One morning, Livia wakes up with a violent fantasy of a man physically abusing her. Out with her friends that night, she encounters various men. She struggles with desire and boundaries, passion and violence.
28 minutes
Five Months Five Months

Five Months

An undocumented immigrant struggles to remain steadfast in her decision to choose sanctuary refuge in a local church rather than risk deportation. Five months into her fight, the toll of her decision impacts Sofia and her family.
10 minutes


A man trapped in a virtual reality game has to fight his subconscious as well as the other deadly traps that the game prepared for him.
10 minutes
Jeete Raho Music Video Jeete Raho Music Video

Jeete Raho Music Video

“Jeete Raho”, meaning “live long” is a saying that Indian elders use to encourage younger people to live authentically. The anthem was meant to encourage not just Indian immigrants, but immigrants from all around the world to continue to live long and prosper regardless of the hate they might be receiving. Much like the song, the visual production of “Jeete Raho” is strong and upbeat, with an undeniable sense of female empowerment. The video showcases the artist's life involving family, friends and highlighting both of her cultures - American and Indian.
3 minutes
54 Miles to Home 54 Miles to Home

54 Miles to Home

In 1965 three Black farming families risked their lives by providing refuge to the thousands of voting rights marchers on the historic five day, 54-mile march from Selma to Montgomery. Nearly 60 years later, The Halls, Steeles and Gardners share for the first time what their parents and grandparents sacrificed and how their families’ legacies and this historic land can be preserved for generations to come. Their stories help unveil the rural and agricultural roots of the civil rights movement, while asking the seemingly timeless American question: how do you fight for what you know is right when the majority is against you?
26 minutes
Fight City Fight City

Fight City

This is a limited series of a man convicted by his choices and determined to right them. He must persevere through a dark city, possessed by forces of greed, evil, and power. The film builds on the range of issues one faces while growing up in a community segregated by financial status, class, and race.
27 minutes


KEEP THIS FAR APART is a digital anthology series created by the rising stars of the American theatre that explores this "time capsule" of our country's history through a female-identifying lens. Between the mass devastation of human life, the unprecedented interruption of routine, and the civil unrest caused by police violence against Black communities, KTFA follows six women as they navigate this unique crucible in time.

WE THE WOMEN'S mission is to staff women in all areas of production while promoting the intersection of traditional theatre and digital entertainment. We create original, live and digital content in theatre, film, and television. We The Women was founded by Samantha Ressler and Nathalie Love in 2017 as a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, and we have since expanded into a cross-genre producing entity to support women in front and behind the camera.
57 minutes

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