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Project Spotlight: 'The Right Swipe': An Intersectional Rom Com Series

Dynamic duo Kyra Jones and Juli Del Prete have created a masterpiece of a web series. The Right Swipe, starring Kyra and Juli as India and Margo, is the story of two best friends who begin a business ~finessing~ the dating profiles of single bachelors. Through this unique and comedic plot, they manage to show the imbalances of dating culture, swiping right, and life as a young woman.

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Project Spotlight: 'Dos Ruedas', Social Impact through Film

Daniella Víquez is a 24 year old audiovisual producer, director, journalist, and graduate of the University of Costa Rica. Her work focuses include narrative fiction, culture, mental health, gender, and international news. Her films opens the conversation of machismo, violence against women, and feminism in South America.

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: 'Death is Orange' by Lauren Tepfer

Death is Orange directed by Lauren Tepfer is an intimate look into grief, love, family, and understanding. Heavily influenced by the intersections of time and personal identity, Lauren captures her work in real time as she herself is still processing her life.

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Project Spotlight: 'Manos Obreras', One Filmmaker's Love Of Her Heritage and Father

Jennifer Albarracin is a filmmaker and recent graduate of William and Mary, in her latest short film she pays tribute to the sacrifices of her immigrant father. The challenges of immigrants exist with or without having legal status and Jennifer is a product of just how hard first generation children work to not allow those struggles to be in vain.

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Project Spotlight: 'The Apocalypse Will Blossom', Building Hope Back After the 2016 Election

The Apocalypse Will Blossom is a beautiful, quick, and intelligent short that captures a depression spiral post 2016 Election in the most relatable ways- protesting, fries, and friendship. Director Courtney Jines wrote and also starred in this short along with friends and details her experience in an interview with TLL.

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