We ❤️ this short film about the I ❤️ NY logo and its creator Milton Glaser. It is truly a magical love letter to New York City. The award-winning short film comes from @andreandreev and most recently screened at #tribecafilmfestival this year. It was also shown as a #VCSelect at New York’s April Gathering. Check out the full film at the link in our bio!
A fine-art photographer turns to his craft to cope with his HIV/AIDS diagnose. In “I Have Something to Tell You,” filmmaker @ben_joyner follows @gatorboy_ as he photographs his family and friends while telling them about his diagnosis. This #VCselect screened at our April gathering in Los Angeles. Click the link in our bio for the full 🎬
The black-coated, scythe-carrying personification of death 💀 is coming for all of us one day, Yet we choose to poke fun at the personified form of death. The character has appeared in thousands of cartoons in @newyorkermag since 1937. But where was he prior to that, and what’s behind this cultural obsession? #VCmember @paultrillo explains in this very special #VCselect, from our April gathering in New York. Check out the full film at the link in our bio!
The Civil War may have ended slavery, but white landowners in the south continued to exploit newly freed slaves well into the late 1960s. In this chilling short film, VICE's @blaqkorpheus introduces us to genealogist Antoinette Harrell, the “slavery detective of the South," as we travel with them to Louisiana where she tracks down cases of modern-day slavery. We screened this #VCselect at our April Gathering in New York, hosted by @vice! Check the link in our bio for the full film!
Four lesbians reveal their first loves in the beautifully animated “I Like Girls.” The women share the nitty-gritty of their tales of love and sometimes-messy attempts at sexual expression. This charming #VCselect comes from director #dianeobomsawin and was screened at our Washington D.C. gathering in March. Check out the link in our bio for the full film! ❤️❤️
That workhorse C300. #Repost @videoconsortium ・・・ It’s #femalefilmmakerfriday 🎥 This week’s #VCspotlight is @msveenarao whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, National Geographic, The Guardian, and VICE News. Her beautiful short doc “Rebuilding in Miniature” was a #VCselect at our March gathering in LA. It’s also been featured on The New York Times Op-Docs, and was just announced as a selection at #AFIDOCS2018! Click the link in our bio for more about Veena. Want to nominate a #VCmember for a #VCspotlight? Send us a DM! ••• #canon #indiefilm #cinematography #documentary #filmmaker #filmmaking #cinemaeos #cinema #cinematographer #shortfilm #documentary #doc #nyt #cinemaeos #c300 #c100 #c100mkii #c300mkii
It’s #femalefilmmakerfriday 🎥 This week’s #VCspotlight is @msveenarao whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, National Geographic, The Guardian, and VICE News. Her beautiful short doc “Rebuilding in Miniature” was a #VCselect at our March gathering in LA. It’s also been featured on The New York Times Op-Docs, and was just announced as a selection at #AFIDOCS2018! Click the link in our bio for more about Veena. Want to nominate a #VCmember for a #VCspotlight? Send us a DM!
The United States Military is the largest transgender employer in the U.S., and yet those who serve must conceal their true identity because military policies ban their service. “Transgender, at War and in Love” profiles Logan Ireland, who just finished his deployment serving as a male. He finds support from his leaders and peers while his fiancée Laila Villanueva, who was assigned male at birth, faces a different journey. This touching tale for modern times comes from director @fionajdawson and producers @gesilver and @jamiebcoughlin of @sidexsidestudios. The short was screened as a #VCselect at our March gathering in Washington D.C. Check our the film at the link in our bio ☝️. And find out more about the team’s feature length documentary @transmilitary.
The dreamy and beautiful short, “Hairat,” was deemed “the most poetic film” at #sundancefilmfestival in 2017. In it, Jessica Beshir focuses on Yussuf Mume Saleh, the “Hyena Man of Harar.” We screened this gorgeous black and white #VCselect at our New York City gathering in March. Check out the trailer at the link in our bio!
There are over 150 white-painted bicycles chained up throughout New York City. Each bike represents a cyclist killed in traffic, and each is placed at the scene of the crash. The project first began in 2003, in St. Louis, Missouri, and it’s grown to become a worldwide effort. “Ghost Bikes” tells the story of one volunteer, Mirza Molberg, who joined the ghost bike project in 2011. In 2016, Molberg made a ghost bike for his girlfriend, struck and killed while on her way to work. We screened this somber, touching #VCselect directed by @ethanabrooks at our March gathering in New York City. Check out the full 🎬 at the link in our bio.