Sistah Sinema aims to offer a wide selection of films by and about queer women of color. It's via a partnership with Indieflix which hopes to add about five titles per month to the platform while showcasing global diversity.
Memberships are only $5 per month, and Colorlines recommended films including Cheryl Dunye’s important 1997 film “The Watermelon Woman” and Kourtney Ryan Ziegler’s look at black transmen, “Still Black".
Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 classic gets a moody and modern title sequence in F.D. Lazzari’s tribute. Lots of great colseups of tjhe vintage analog tech that was state of the art at the time of filming.
“The film is an exploration on the nature of time, the relentless violence of entropy and creative energy and its relationship to music itself,” write the filmmakers at Optical Arts, a London creative studio. While it has the feel of digital trickery, this is the real deal, shot on high-speed video. Watch the making-of video […]
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