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Motherstruck

Official Selection of Tribeca Film Festival and Blackstar Film Festival 2019

Seabreeze Media produced Motherstruck! the narrative web series based on the play written by award winning poet, artist, writer and activist Staceyann Chin. The series stars Staceyan Chin, Gina Yashere ( Bob hearts Abishola, Netflix The Standups) , Janine Brito ( One Day At A Time) and Laura Gomez (Orange Is The New Black).

“That’s a crucial part of the series, that the queer community shows up for one another,” the series’ producer, Sekiya Dorsett, said. “Friends become family as queer individuals. During Thanksgiving, during weddings and other events, queer friends are the people you can rely on. They eat with you, they break bread with you. … That’s why you see Staceyann’s friends with her throughout every part of her journey.” Read more from NBC News


Ice Cold

Official Selection of Frameline Film Festival, Brooklyn Museum Feminist Film Night

Directed by Sekiya Dorsett, this narrative short brings the story of Katie an unsure bride to life when she locks herself in the bathroom on her wedding day.

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The Revival Movie

Distributed by Women Make Movies

Athena Film Festival, Urbanworld, Outfest, NewFest and Brooklyn Museum among many colleges and universities.

The documentary chronicles the US tour of a group of Black lesbian poets and musicians, who become present-day stewards of a historical movement to build community among queer women of color. Their journey to strengthen their community is enriched by insightful interviews with leading Black feminist thinkers and historians, including Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Nikki Finney, and Alexis Deveaux. As the group tours the country, the film reveals their aspirations and triumphs, as well as the unique identity challenges they face encompassing gender, race, and sexuality. This is a rarely seen look into a special sisterhood - one where marginalized voices are both heard and respected.

“an increasingly necessary picture to paint as LGBTQ communities—particularly those of color—face renewed aggression in the form of bigoted legislation and ever-rising hate crimes.”

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