My Identity, No Crisis
From home to the back of a taxi and back again, these stories encompass self-exploration and negotiating the importance of identity, while choosing a path to be proud of.
Short films programmed by Nellie Alston, Philip Ilson, Aduke King and Elaine Wong.
Suffocating in the whiteness of drama school, Jonathan realises others’ discomfort is a trivial consequence of momentary cogency.
A snapshot of three non-binary friends on dark, deserted streets where there’s space to be themselves – celebrating, crying, talking, enjoying.
Across three Uber journeys, a woman of colour explains who she is to people who have already made their mind up. A poignant exploration of cultural lines and the desire for connection.
Musician Nasir calls several family members by phone to discuss the decision to transition.
When Salewa has to return home, she finds herself back in a place where she once had to hide herself. But now she goes in search of her own peace.
Stiletto: “A Pink Family Tragedy" [Stiletto: ‘Pembe Bir Aile Trajedisi’]Stiletto: “A Pink Family Tragedy" [Stiletto: ‘Pembe Bir Aile Trajedisi’]
Tragedy may only be a matter of perspective. When a taxi driver receives a gift, it’s a chance for him to treat himself, albeit secretly.