Brooklyn Museum is staging a night of shorts by local filmmakers to close out Women’s History Month by examining the emotional tentacles and thorny bits that get caught up in all the facets of our identities as Womxn. The program consists of body positive pole-stars, beach-lit first love amidst transition, vocal fry, watercolored animated scenes from the salon, a mother’s love in lo-fi, a runaway bride, and the hairy horrors of cultural appropriation. After the screening, clear up any lingering questions in a dialogue with the filmmakers. The program runs 7-9pm, and tickets cover the cost of general admission.
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Photo: Still from “Hair Wolf”