Mariposa documents the challenges of Castro, a masculine-of-center, high school teacher, becoming pregnant and growing a family with her wife Candy. Castro feels compelled to experience being pregnant and giving birth, but she is overwhelmed with anxiety about how becoming pregnant will shift her masculine presentation. Together they confront the many physical, emotional, and societal obstacles they encounter on their journey of trying to conceive as a queer couple.
A short documentary about the Oakland-based dance party, Queer Qumbia, and the importance of queer and transgender people of color taking up public space in a quickly gentrifying region like the San Francisco Bay Area.
This short documentary features plant-based educator, Tamaya Garcia, as she discusses the political work of food justice. Through this exploration, food becomes a site of resistance.
A short documentary about a masculine-presenting, queer, woman who must confront the challenges of what it means for a butch woman to consider becoming pregnant in a society where pregnancy is only ever represented by overt femininity.
San Francisco State Dancer and Choreographer, Bridgette Lott, discusses the challenges and microaggressions she confronts in her dance department.
A short documentary about a Xicana who explores her journey of self-discovery by embracing both her cultural and queer identity through her connection to pozole.