From the sleepy suburbs of northern California to the vibrant streets of Panama, dramatic and oftentimes fateful occurrences transform the lives of a young indigenous woman, the daughter of the first Black Miss Panama, a New Orleans hair stylist, and more.
Total Runtime: 91 min.
Titles are listed in order of play.
Long Line of Ladies
A girl prepares for her Ihuk ceremony, or flower dance, the Northern California Karuk’s tribe rite of passage marking the transition into womanhood.
(Shaadiin Tome, Rayka Zehtabchi, USA 2022, 22 min)
Jack regains his sense of the world after being released from federal prison.
(Pete Quandt, USA 2021, 14 min)
The raw and emotional parenthood journey of Randi, a queer, non-binary dancer, and Moses, her disabled son.
(Rivkah Beth Medow, Jen Rainin, USA/Japan 2022, 16 min) Bay Area Voices Film
In a New Orleans salon, Anastasia cultivates freedom for Black women and their hair.
(Juliana Kasumu, USA/UK 2021, 11 min)
Filmmaker Lamar Bailey Karamañites co-directs this insightful portrait of the first Black woman crowned Miss Panama, her mother, Gloria Karamañites.
(Pascale Boucicaut, Lamar Bailey Karamañites, David Felix Sutcliffe, USA/Panama 2020, 28 min) Bay Area Voices Film
Country USA, UK, Japan, Panama
Print Source Short Film Print Sources
Closed Captions Closed captions are not available for this screening.
Audio Description Audio Description is not available for this screening.
American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is not currently scheduled for this event. For more information about ASL interpretation at our events, e-mail ADA@SFFilm.org.