What’s in a Name? (UK, 2020, dir Runyararo Mapfumo, 11min)
In this documentary short, Brits explore the challenges they’ve encountered with their non-Western names.
But You’re Not Black (Canada, 2019, dir Danielle Ayow, 19min)
A Chinese-Caribbean-Canadian woman tries to embrace her parents’ Trinidadian identity and traces back her roots.
Rice & Bread (UK, 2019, dir Greta Griniute, 5min)
A monotonous night in a south London takeaway is ‘enlightened’ when a delivery driver is reminded of a contentious theory he learnt on YouTube.
5 Stars (UK, 2021, dir Remi Itani, Aneesha Lowni, 13min)
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.
Stranger Baby (USA, 1995, dir. Lana Lin, 14mins)
Substituting sly metaphor for political rhetoric on immigration, Lin examines our world of ethical and racial complexities.
Once an Old Lady Sat On My Chest (UK, 2017, dir Candice Onyeama, 13min)
A magical realism short about a young British Nigerian woman who is forced to deal with her identity crises when a mysterious old woman squats on her chest.
Showing as part of T A P E Collective UK tour
T A P E Collective was founded in 2015 as a response to the lack of representation on screen; wanting to platform the sheer variety of under-served films that are definitely out there.
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