Congratulations TO.GET.HER Filmmakers!

Diwa by Aina Dumlao

Diwa chronicles the often impossible, legal economic and social barriers faced by immigrants who fall victim to crimes of exploitation. Category: Short Film

Solace by Tchaiko Omawale

Following the death of her father, a 17-year-old girl is sent to live with her estranged family and finds comfort in a questionable friendship with a self destructive neighbor. Category: Narrative Feature

Las Sandinistas by Jenny Murray

Las Sandinistas uncovers a watershed moment in history when a group of Nicaraguan women shattered barriers to lead rebel troops in battle and reshape their country with landmark social reforms during 1979’s Sandinista Revolution. Category: Feature Documentary

2018 TO.GET.HER Semi-Finalists

Black Beyond America by Portia Bartley

Despite progress in mainstream media, there are still very particular and specific limitations on how black people are represented. Category: Series

Lily by Sarah Prikryl

An unassuming muse must own her choice to salvage her relationship with her artist lover and his estranged brother, by the end of moving day. Category: Short Narrative

Wayuu by Karla Gomez

La Guajira, in Northern Columbia, is the ancestral home of the Wayuu indigenous people. Between droughts and floods, the Wayuu’s destiny is determined by water. They have been over a century without access to potable water. Category: Short Documentary