Women’s Center for Creative Work hosts an ongoing streaming festival featuring avant-garde film and video by Sarah Nicole Francois, summer fucking mason, Rhea Dillon, and Jerome AB — four black queer filmmakers who take a closer look into “themes of digital intimacy, hyper surveillance, dismantling the gaze and healing of the community.” A new one drops every week and each then screens for 7 days.

WCCW online, now through July 2; free; films-for-escapism


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