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january, 2022

27janallday06febDenton Black Film FestivalFeaturing A'we deh ya (All of us are here) Sketch 321 - Salt/Cane/Womb(All Day) Online via EventiveBuilding A Better Fishtrap:A'we deh ya

Event Details

The A’we deh ya film has been featured in the 2022 Denton Black Film Festival lineup!

Originally, DBFF was hosting a hybrid festival. We wanted to make sure your safety came first, so we moved virtual this year. Enjoy all of the film, music, comedy, spoken word, and tech experiences from the comfort of your home. Get access to the full virtual experience, or pick and choose your adventure as we continue to showcase Black Culture.

About Our Film

A’we deh ya (All of us are here)
Sketch 321 – Salt/Cane/Womb
In a Crucian sugar cane field, three Black women converge, dancing through an inherited liberation code.

Conceived & Directed by Paloma McGregor
Co-Created & Edited by Rosa Lisbeth Navarrete
Filmed by Paloma McGregor, MK Abadoo & Monica Marin
Choreographed & Performed by Paloma McGregor, MK Abadoo & Savannah Lyons Anthony
With Olamina McGregor Young-Spivey and Ella Abadoo

Poems by Jacinta V. White
Voice by Rosa Lisbeth Navarrete 

Produced by Angela’s Pulse
Filmed in Ay Ay (colonially known as St. Croix, US Virgin Islands)

Special Thanks to

Open Society Foundation’s Soros Arts Fellowship
The National Centre for Choreography (NCCAkron)
and curator Cara Hagan, for your invitation, vision and faith


January 27 (Thursday) - February 6 (Sunday)


Online via Eventive

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