Every Time I Die is a hybrid feature film that blends documentary with fiction. The feature film approaches cinema as a ritual of symbolic transformation in the death experience of seven transwomen. The film’s testimonies, along with surreal and fantastic scenes, come together to narrate death viewed from different angles: as related to transfeminicides and as social death that seeks to nullify through exclusion and silence those seen as uncomfortable by others.
Showing before feature - Basic Witch
In this short film by HorrorWeb Productions, Inc., the dark witch, Scarah, casts a beautification spell that goes "bad", sending her on a journey to reverse its magic. The journey takes her to Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory where she must get a brain and to a nearby cemetery for the toe of a dead man.
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