Exploring the stories of women who live by a ride-or-die philosophy

Alicia Bunyan-Sampson’s Film Happy 1 Year Premieres at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival!

ALICIA BUNYAN-SAMPSON Is a Toronto based creator. She studied at George Brown College, where she earned a diploma in Assaulted Women & Children’s Counselling/Advocacy and is currently a part time Social Work student at York University. Her work deals largely with her exploration of trauma ; challenging current narratives in film and a deliberate experimentation of her own lens of art and politics. Alicia elected to commit her energy to The Ride or Die Project to further examine herself and her relationships with those around her as well to challenge herself to connect and share with women in a healthy way. It is Alicia’s hope that together in this project, we can build transformative spaces of discovery and healing.

Happy1Year We are very proud to share that The Ride or Die Project Advisory Circle Member Alicia Bunyan-Sampson’s short film Happy 1 Year is screening this weekend at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival in New York!  The film was developed during her participation in the City LIfe Film Program here in Toronto. Check out the teaser trailer here:

Happy 1 Year Teaser Trailer from Alicia Bunyan-Sampson on Vimeo. Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series, founded by African Voices magazine and Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, is the first Brooklyn-based festival devoted to supporting films produced, directed and written by women of color. Since 1997, the festival has been enriching the city with over 500 films by women of African, Caribbean, Latino, Asian, Indian and Native American descent. Alicia’s film Happy 1 Year will screen on Saturday, October 25th.  Check out the full festival schedule here: http://reelsisters2.wordpress.com/festival/film-schedule/ Congrats Alicia! We’re super proud of you!

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