This film is competing in
2017 Shorty Shorts Film Festival
Young English filmmaker Lucas Wilde captures the beauty and pain of the Women's March Protest in this stunning debut one minute film. The film captures the mood, environment and the faces of the Women's March in downtown Los Angeles on the 21st January 2017, the day after Trump's inauguration. As described by feminist activists as 'strong and powerful', the film is close up, visceral and reveals the diversity within peaceful protest, becoming a visual art memento of the transitional epoch in history.
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