Community Digital Storytelling with Love Intersections
What began as a wild idea in simply wanting to tell their own stories became a collaborative filmmaking journey that transformed how we understand community, queerness, and creative collaboration.
Love Intersections invite you to think about this vital connection between relationships, representation, and story. Come prepared to share your own wild ideas and stories in front of their camera—with hosts Jen Sungshine and David Ng—and work together in thinking through these questions: How do you see yourself, your friends and chosen family, your communities all show up in film and media? What stories are still waiting to be told? More deeply, how do we develop elastic relationships in community with one another and cultivate social trust?
Relationships in community can be beautiful, broken, on the mend, in process, in historical resonance and in future. And we can’t wait to brainstorm with you in collaborative solidarity.
This workshop is free to attend.
Be sure to see Love Intersections: New and Retrospective, the premiere of their new 6×6 “Finding” short film series along with past films from the Love Intersections Anthology. This program screens at 2 PM on August 18, at the SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts.