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naijaboi:

Vote Now- Get My Film on PBS

 My short Trans Lives Matter! Justice for Islan Nettles is in the running to air on PBS. 

Official Selection of PBS Reel 13’s weekly short film contest, dedicated to the best in short film.  October 2014 is  “AFROPUNK Month.” Voting begins Now & continues through Wednesday, October 22nd  at 5pm NYC time. Vote more than once.
Get my work on PBS as part of 
Reel 13 on Channel Thirteen.

I know we can make this happen. Please forward widely.

http://www.thirteen.org/reel13/vote/

Also on Exhibition @ Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art Wooster St Gallery

26 Wooster Street Window Gallery
Visible from Street level, on view 24/7

Trans Lives Matter! Justice for Islan Nettles.
Synopsis
A powerful and intensely moving document of a community vigil for Islan Nettles a transgender Womyn of Color. Because the brutal and increasing attacks on Trans Womyn of Color are outrageous their oppression causes outrage. Because healing and action tighten our fists and boom our voices. -supported by Ciy Lore & Bronx Documentary Center (BDC)

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gryffinewt:

twofingerswhiskey:

magiccatprincess:

bearfather:

vivzie-pop:

best part of the movie.

I love how none of that ‘woman are hard to animate and have to always look pretty and with the same expression’ applies to Dreamworks girls. Ruffnut is still pretty and expressionate and perfection.

i know the mother of one of the guys who worked on this movie (and the croods) and they literally think that the ‘women are too hard to animate’ thing is bullshit and they say it’s actually kind of fun to animate them because they’re often given more expressive lines

THIS SCENE WAS GOLDEN