Taste Test 2022 is on March 26th!
Celebrate the opening of the 2022 festival submission season of the Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest with our annual short film screening event “Taste Test”. This year’s festival theme is “Nourishment” and we’re interested in knowing about the black femme recipe for rebirth.
This FREE outdoor screening event will feature a panel discussion on the current state of black health amidst a global pandemic, an interactive public memorial to help us process grief and a health marketplace featuring herbs and fresh food. Vaccines and testing will also be available on site. The Peale will be collecting COVID stories as well.
The Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest is proud to return with it’s short films program “Taste Test”.
These shorts – created by and for Black femmes imagine the Black femme as a global protagonist and universal archetype.
One family’s day in the Bronx after a city wide black out during a hot summer day.
Directed by Tayler Montague
An emotional animated short on our intergenerational relationship to Earth.
Directed by Jacqueline CJ Barnes
In this vivid storyscape we learn about the four sacred stones of Waikiki Beach that were moved and neglected by foreigners in a developing city.
Directed by Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu
When the water calls us, what do we hear and who do we think of? This short answers these questions.
Directed by Juh Almeida
This moving experimental short captures what the climate crisis will look like for everyday life at home.
Directed by Everlane Moraes
This experimental short explores what it means to go back and get what belongs to you.
Directed by Vivian Vivas
Miami’s annual T Ball: where folks assemble to model R.I.P. T-shirts and innovative costumes designed in honor of their dead.
Directed by Keisha Rae Witherspoon
Two femmes by themselves at what seems like the end of times. Will they make it through together?
Directed by Ana do Carmo
This animated short features a fun day with a little girl and her father before things changed on one fateful day.
Directed by Alicia Robinson
Have you ever thought about how much dolls impacted your childhood? Well, let’s discuss.
Directed by Britt Sankofa
A meditative, healing short film asking: what do you know of a Black girl’s country?
Directed by Nia June
#MISSAMERICA takes you through the changing journey of one Black woman over different stages of her life.
Directed by V.T. Nayani
A fun and quirky peak into the life of the amazing Jamie Fulla Grace.
Directed by Emily Eaglin
A young queen has much to learn about her powers and with the death of her beloved witch doctor she may have to learn faster than she thought.
Directed by Kyisha Williams &