Fight Like A Girl
& More Short Films
Category: Special Presentations
The following short films screen back to back as a collection, featuring:
In this short documentary, Victoria “VikkiKitty” Perez, Priscilla “Port” Sortino, and Taylor “Xaltis” Rose, three South Florida women, push through the male dominated competitive video gaming scene.
Skin for Skin is a dark allegory of greed and spiritual reckoning set during the early days of the fur trade.
Nuns care for a group of boys in a small northern village in the Dominican Republic. In the peak of summer, a young nun’s curiosity collides with the sexual awakening of one of the boys, taking both on a tense and unexpected path.
Chandler is an emerging porn star trying to make it big in Toronto. Meaghan is a socially attuned empath and aspiring actor making experimental art films in LA. They both happen to have cerebral palsy, and are sick of society’s normative standards of beauty getting in the way of their dreams. A raw, intimate portrait of two people’s distinct journeys on their first attempts to shift the social perceptions of sexuality and disability.
By giving meaning to each and every mark on his sculptures, artist Kazuhiro gives meaning to his own life. Experiencing what is behind every wrinkle of time on the human face, transforms a superficial mask into a window to the soul.
Carl the dreamer, with a poet deep inside, has become a very successful businessman. Sofia is bohemian, an artist who pushes boundaries and provokes thought. A ‘friend request’ is made. In one day Carl and Sofia make their case to each other and to the audience, explaining how their relationship unfolded.