The joy is finding the narrative within a beautiful series of images.
On the one hand, BRAVE GIRLS is a universal coming-of-age story of young women falling in love and imagining a life different than that of their parents. On the other, the film is an exploration into the fundamental questions of how societal change occurs: When do we break from traditions? And when is it the better choice to accommodate the social norms of our community?
Walk With Me
Against the backdrop of moments of historical social change, walk with me is an expressionistic portrait of three women: DC theater-artist rebecca rice, who grew up in chicago during the turbulent '50's & 60's; Lisa Biggs - a dance-theater artist and scholar; and anu yadav, a first generation south asian actor-educator living in washington, DC.