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It’s Personal [CineYouth]
Tender and nuanced, these intimate films reflect on questions of self-discovery, mental health, growth, and healing–along the journey to connecting with one’s true self.
Bodies in motion
Over the course of one evening, a close group of friends explores personal boundaries, the meaning of love, and their own identities as they wander around town in search of their place in the world.
Let Her Eat Cake
In an effort to please her overbearing mother, a 13-year-old gymnast feels pressured to lose five pounds in one night.
A teenager’s bedroom becomes both sanctuary and prison as he struggles with depression, social anxiety, and the isolation that comes along with them.
Up on the Roof
As two men share an intimate moment at a deserted rooftop pool, one must learn to overcome his fear of opening up – but something is amiss.
Courageous and hopeful, this documentary essay explores coming of age and the power of the unconscious.
As You Are
An interabled couple’s first night together leads them to confront complex relationships with desire, bodily autonomy, and what it means to truly love another person.
Saturday, April 22, 2023
-   6 shorts | 63 minutes
1517 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL 60614 United States
Stay after the screening for a Q&A with director Amanda Gordon (Let Her Eat Cake) and director Ian Dani Kim (ROOM).
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