Black Women Are Scary is a radio-dramatic podcast that celebrates and produces short horror stories by BIPOC authors.
And Then I Wake Up, a virtual lucid dream (or nightmare?) experience, is now available for streaming as part of the
The Exponential Theater Festival, dedicated to emerging artists working in experimental performance.
Purchase a printed or digital copy of the story here published in The Seelie Crow.
"Wham!" is the story of Aquilah and friends who are the best students at MLK Middle School until their classmates break out into mysterious rage episodes. Our heroes must break the rules to find out the truth and save their school. And their futures.
The film is part of the larger educational project Cold Sweat, which uses scary stories to facilitate discussions with young audiences about what scares us and how to face the monsters together.
For more information on upcoming screenings and bringing the project to your school or community center, please go to Cold Sweat.
Official Selections 2019-21:
MECCAcon International Film Festival
Official Latino Short Film Festival
Kwanzaa Film Festival
AfroComicCon Film Festival
Rhode Island Flickers' International Film Festival
Academy Award Qualifying
Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble Cast
Out of The World Award (horror, sci-fi & fantasy)
Funding has been made possible by the Puffin Foundation.
Purgatory. Two women. One way out.