Films for isolation, a series available on line from April 8 to May 5

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The Filmmaker Alima Lee offers a series of short films to rediscover the meaning of belonging and home in this moment of profound isolation.
“Films for isolation includes time-based works of four Black queer artists and their exploration of the self as it is perceived internally. Investigation themes of visibility and home, every piece aims to bring us all closer to the source; remembering what truly matters.”
The series is available for period of four weeks between April and May, each short film will be present online for one week:

1st week: “A Song About Love” (2019), Rikkí Wright‘s
2nd week: “Growing Each Day” (2019) by Clifford Prince King
3rd week: Flesh To Spirit’”(2019), by Alima Lee 
4th week: 5 Things I Know For Sure” (2020) by Sydney Canty
The videos face themes like the complex relationship between sexuality and religion or the way to preserve intimacy in sickness, and they all offers the opportunity to get in confidence with an alternative audio visual production.
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