Runtime: 2 min.
The sequel to the Supafriends produced thriller, this film delves into the role of criminalization and violence towards Trans womxn of color.
Amaliha, a Haitian immigrant teenager finds the courage to stand up to bullies in her high school with the help of a friend.
Ella for Prom Queen, produced by Supafriends, is the story of Ella, a young Latinx woman of trans experience, who moves to a new town and confronts and challenges gender roles as she dares to run for high school prom queen with the support of her friends.
Run Time: 22:22
This short film is the story of Iris, a young undocumented Haitian immigrant trying to realize the American dream. Drowning in the pursuit of an unachievable goal, Iris must find a way to stay afloat. In her darkest moment, Iris is drawn to the sea and finds guidance in the echoes of Iemanja.
Run Time: 22:55
In the year 2032, the dictator Solomon has seized power over one of the five islands remaining after a major world war and stripped people of human rights and freedom. Art and gender expression are outlawed. Borders are highly regulated, and no one is safe. Despite the danger, a group of trans and gender nonconforming People of Color organizers come together to resist. They are The C.O.R.E.
Run Time: 5:00
Made in collaboration with DRUM and Ugnayan, this short film takes on the epidemic of the NYPD's unlawful and deceptive searches of young people of color. The filmmakers produced this film to create awareness of and support for the Right to Know Act, which aims to create transparency and accountability in everyday interactions between the NYPD and the public.
Run Time: 7:00
Made in collaboration with youth leaders from Community Voices Heard, DRUM, FUREE, GOLES, RAISE and Ugnayan, this short film explores the perspectives of four young women around the intersections of Islamophobia, anti- Black and anti- Asian racism, policing, and immigrant detention.
Run Time: 22:40
Created by and for trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary and allies from GAP’s SupaFriends LGBTQ media program, this thriller tells the story of how Brave, a racial justice activist and filmmaker, responds to the loss of his ex-girlfriend Kelly, a trans justice organizer, and grapples with his own guilt about hiding their relationship. This film tackles the epidemic of transphobic violence and the silence around the murders of trans women.
Run Time: 20:40
A group of immigrant youth decide how to respond when politician "Donald Cruz" comes to speak at their high school. Created by G.A.P.'s Youth Breaking Borders media program for immigrant youth, this film addresses the current anti-immigrant political climate and the personal impact that this fever pitch xenophobia is having on immigrant youth.