Narrative Shorts: Feminist Agenda

133 min.


Sunday, Nov. 5 at 9:30pm
Tivoli Theatre

These women prove that strength is displayed in a variety of ways.


Richard Van

Unable to find a sitter, an aspiring actress takes her son to her audition, quickly learning that it's no place for a 3-year-old.

15 min.

Flip the Record

Marie Jamora

In this 1980s coming-of-age story set to pulsing hip-hop music, a Filipino-American teen discovers her identity through a budding talent for turntablism.

15 min.


Josza Anjembe

Senya wants to acquire French nationality, but her father is deeply opposed to it.

20 min.

Kiss Me

Lara Gissing

A young couple goes camping in rural Victoria in an attempt to salvage their relationship.

10 min.

Lucia, Before and After

Anu Valia

Lucia travels to El Paso, Texas, to get an abortion but must wait the state-mandated 24 hours before the procedure, forcing her to spend the night in a town she doesn't know.

12 min.


Elena Brodach

Another night, another naked body in her bed, a sharp lancet in her hands, and a hidden box with her secrets: Only she knows how it all will end and who will be her next victim.

7 min.

She Grinds Her Own Coffee

Michelle Bossy

In her neighborhood café, an overworked college professor locks eyes with a mysterious man, leading to a caffeine-fueled tête-à-tête.

With director Bossy.
11 min.

Shrimp Chips & Chocolate Milk

Courtney Loo

A look at growing up in a primarily white community as a Chinese-American.

7 min.

Special Election

Kristina Monllos

A young woman's run for city council is upended when revealing photos are leaked.

14 min.


Julie R. Olgaard

When a young consigliere is asked to take a drive into the woods for no reason, she knows it's bad news

6 min.

Woman Child

Emily Bloom

When a teacher at a Christian high school becomes pregnant out of wedlock, she is forced to decide if she should yield to the institution's teachings or fight for her civil liberties.

16 min.