SHORTS: Fight Me, Bitch!

Sometimes, feminism is shaped like a fist, a Tinder swipe, or the last dumpling. From the mean girl, to the mother with postpartum depression, to the woman just trying to get by, these shorts have a battle to win, so fight me, bitch!

In this program


Gong Ju

Directed by Jerome Yoo

The Princess of the school builds a new Queendom when she is forced to move from South Korea to Canada.

Empty

Directed by Kim Min Jae

A middle aged restaurant worker with a slacker husband discovers she’s pregnant. She also has an annoying boss, a deaf dog, and fantasies of letting people have it.

Tail End of the Year

Directed by Chieh Yang

A child with a TV singer for a mom and a father that’s passed away celebrates Chinese New Year with her extended family, while feeling hot prickles of surliness as other kids get doted on to win the lucky coin.

Cul-De-Sac

Directed by Cara Lawson

Taut window into postpartum for one new mother who hallucinates about killing her baby, while keeping up appearances at a party.

Lighthouse

Directed by Sining Xiang

It’s dog-eat-dog in this school of brutal and rich international Chinese students, as one student does anything she can to hide she’s secretly middle class.

Suzie Wrong

Directed by Stacie Gancayco-Adlao

Get your pumps on and your eyeliner on point. Start swiping right and remember to shut down racist white boys!

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