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Waking Hour

Synopsis: With unexpected turns into fear and desire, a trans Latina flutters into the night with a man she just met.

Content Warning: Transphobia

Haunted Flowers

Synopsis: A young nonbinary Latinx daringly descends into the echoes of an overwhelming love.

Content Warning: Yelling and aggressive communication

After You Left

Synopsis: Ambling through the last of her things, a queer woman routs through memories of life with her ex.

Cup of Tea

Synopsis: A queer Black gender nonconforming artist bounds through a love letter to her present self.

Hot & Bothered

Synopsis: A sarcastic Black stoner lopes through love and a dating app for lesbians with her best friend.

Content Warning: Racism

Ukulele Girl

Synopsis: After passionately warbling in the park, all bets are off when haters mess with her dog.

White Towels

Synopsis: Sex workers glide toward a scene with creative prowess, but true intimacy lies in their sisterhood.

Content Warning: Sex workers and brief nudity

Femme Queen Chronicles

Synopsis: Four Black trans women strut through love, trade, and shade without getting clocked or clocking anyone.


Synopsis: A queer, nonbinary Asian bounds toward self-definition.

Letter to the Outsider

Synopsis: An Asian lesbian scales questions about political imprisonment as she meanders through confinement in the Netherlands.


Synopsis: An Asian woman prowls through white assimilation and model minority myths toward her genuine, unfiltered truth.

Content Warning: Mentions of racism

Not Your Mascot

Synopsis: As sports teams waddle through a larger national issue, Native perspectives leap into the forefront at Napa High.

Silence Is Our Enemy / Sound Is Our Weapon

Synopsis: Looping through a collage of intergenerational trauma, genocide, and diaspora, spoken word and music lift up activism and hope.

Content Warning: Mentions of genocide and police brutality

The Plastic Problem

Synopsis: California surfs through its own plastic waste after China bans the importation of recyclable plastic.

Nature is not racist

Synopsis: In a habitat bogged down by racism, a queer Colombiana emerges into the solace of nature.


Synopsis: A young Black girl tangles with internalized racism when she gets her hair done for the first day of school.

My Grandmother’s House

Synopsis: A pansexual Black woman and her aunt climb from generations of child sexual abuse and domestic violence toward power.

Content Warning: Mentions of child sexual abuse


Synopsis: A queer Black woman charges past sexual violence and self-destruction into resistance.

Content Warning: Mentions of rape and sexual assault

The Divine Femmunity

Synopsis: A young Jamaican girl learns how Oshun swoops trafficking victims into a divine refuge.

Content Warning: Kidnapping and mentions of sexual assault


Synopsis: Two young girls of color steal away to meet as one is about to be trafficked.

Content Warning: Human trafficking

With Love

Synopsis: A Black Two-Spirit person thrusts their community beyond wildfire smoke.

Among the Cranes

Synopsis: Soaring past loneliness, a young queer Asian woman lets go of isolation.

La Serenata

Synopsis: The parents of a Mexican-American boy fluff his wings and reimagine the serenade tradition.

Les lèvres gercées

Synopsis: A mother and her transgender child lumber toward an understanding.

Content Warning: Transphobia and mentions of suicide

Guarding Santos

Synopsis: A Mexican immigrant family oscillates around love for their rebellious young girl.

Content Warning: Antagonism toward gender nonconforming child

Mom Too

Synopsis: A young boy with two moms courageously swings past animosity at school.

Content Warning: Bullying and homophobia


Synopsis: A queer Asian mother glides into a conversation with her son but he has other things on his mind.

Music Box

Synopsis: A young Peruvian/Jewish lesbian living far from home explores her grandparent’s relationship with her identity.

I Am Kavi

Synopsis: A South Asian transgender filmmaker strides into who he is and what identity means to him.

Food with Friends

Synopsis: A nonbinary Coptic Egyptian and a Muslim Pakistani queer friends dive into community, queerness, and diaspora with food.

Because They Love Me

Synopsis: An Afro Colombian feminist whose gender is "whatever I want" hops through their large family asking why do they love me?


Synopsis: For an aromantic and asexual biracial Chinese woman, everyday moments that create home propel her into the world.