A poetic rendering of QTBIPOC femme anger and raw expressions of rage in response to multiple oppressions.
Content Warning: Emotional pain
Bios: Sarah Taborga is an award-winning filmmaker who helps companies and indie artists meaningfully connect to their audiences through producing, directing, cinematography, sound design, editing, and photography. Sarah has worked at Netflix, Marvel, and HBO on content like Sense8, Ant-Man, and Looking, which provided her with incredible training in the structures and workflows of professional filmmaking. She has produced, directed, filmed, and edited stories for numerous organizations including MACLA, Advancement Project National Office, The Port of San Francisco, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association, BAYCAT, Puente Human Rights Movement, Causa Justa/Just Cause.
Aïma Paule aka Aïma the Dreamer, They/Them, is a multi disciplinary artist, musician, and activist. Aïma has been exhibiting art, performing, producing, and hosting events for over 20 yrs locally in the Bay Area, CA, nationally and internationally. As a cultural curator, they create safer spaces for Women, QTBIPOC, and Immigrant communities to explore identity and intersectional justice issues through creative outlets, music, film, visual arts, fashion and culture.