Movie Night Special with RMF
JOIN US SEPTEMBER 18 @ 6PM - 8:30PM
This month we are showcasing independent films from four filmmakers, along with a Q&A between the audience and the filmmakers. This online event helps to raise funds for our new education program Revolution Me Media Lab, and the Revolution Me Film Festival.
Tickets are by donation, and all proceeds go to help Revolution Me continue to show and grow
the arts in our communities.
Donate below and we will send you an email
with all the viewing information.
MEET OUR FILMMAKERS
Kisha is an NYC based actress, improviser, comedian and filmmaker. She loves making people laugh and ventured into filmmaking as a way to challenge herself. Both of her short films have taken home awards on the festival circuit including “Best Comedy and Best Ensemble” and she realized just how empowering it is to see something you’ve created come to life on the big screen! She was recently seen performing stand up at the Black Women in Comedy Laff fest in June 2021 and is the creator of the show #BlackGirlMagic at Q.E.D. Astoria. When she’s not making people laugh, you can find her snuggling up with her cat Penelope and getting sucked into 90 Day Fiancé’.
Amy Wu is an award-winning writer for the women’s ag and agtech movement. She is the Creator & Chief Content Director of From Farms to Incubators, a multimedia platform that uses documentary, video, photography and the written word to tell the stories of women leaders and innovators in agtech. It has a mission of highlighting women in food, farming, and farmtech, especially women of color. From Farms to Incubators includes an award-winning documentary short that has been screened at SXSW, and a best-selling book “From Farms to Incubators: Women Revolutionizing How Our Food Is Grown” that was released in May 2021.
Pronounced Yosha Dook — not Juicy Duck — Joosje Duk is a screenwriter, director and actress who aims to create socially conscious content through a colorful lens. She wrote and directed the successful short film NIGHT, which won the HuffPost Arts Impact Award, was selected for over 25 film festivals, gained over 950k views online and was invited to screen at Disney’s studios.
In February 2021, Joosje was selected by Netflix for their New Voices script contest, where she is writing her first Dutch feature screenplay, an anti-rom com about female sexuality. Joosje was one of the 15 selected screenwriters out of over 550 applicants. Joosje is also in development of her first English-language feature film, SUNSHOWERS, a whimsical story exploring mental health issues through the eyes of a young woman who loses her sight of color.