Monthly Movie Night Series
Revolution Me Films is proud to introduce a monthly movie night series that will showcase independent films and give the audience member the opportunity to talk to the filmmakers.
Our second installment of the series will feature writer, director and founder of CongestedCat Productions, Christina Raia. Christina's film, "Affliction" won Best Screenplay & the Social Awareness award at the 2020 Revolution Me Film Festival. She will be showcasing her films followed by a Q&A.
Our movie night series for the month of February will have a suggested $20 donation. Donate below and we will send you an email with all the viewing information.
Christina Raia is a New York City based Writer/Director and the founder of CongestedCat Productions. She focuses on character-driven and socially conscious horror and comedy, using genre as a lens to represent, discuss and dissect social issues, otherness and real world anxieties. Her work, consisting of over a dozen short films, a web series, and two feature films, has screened at film festivals around the world with coverage on press outlets such as Indiewire and BuzzFeed. Her mixed race background and particularly her mother's Indo-Trinidadian culture play a major role in Christina's interest in portraying underrepresented perspectives across diverse spectrums of identity in her writing and directing. She was a selected fellow in the Artist Academy of The Film Society of Lincoln Center as part of the 2018 New York Film Festival. She won the Lois Weber Pioneer Award for her leadership in film at the 2019 Queens World Film Festival and the Black Feather Award for representing inclusive values at the 2020 Blackbird Film Festival. She's currently focused on beginning development for her third feature Silent Night, the screenplay for which was a quarter finalist in Slamdance's 2017 Screenplay Competition. Find Christina on social media: @craia9.