Fugitives in America

Joshua, a fugitive soul, after an attempt to cheat death, must reckon with his will to live and whether his life has been worth living. Until he gets it right, he must exist in a constant state of reflection.This is a POC story. It is also an LGBTQ story. Whether you fit in one of those categories or in both, Fugitives In America speaks to all of those that understand the struggle of not knowing whether the fight to keep going is worth it. With the ever growing hate and discrimination in this country, there is no better time to tell such an important story. Especially one as hopeful as this one. It reminds us to continue to try to keep on fighting and to reckon against the destruction from societal othering by choosing life." This event streams from December 1 to 8, and it is free with a suggested donation. Please note there is language that some would consider harmful, including mentions of suicide, violence, and sexual assault. Please note this is a film created on Zoom, not a fully staged production.

  • Gabriel Ortiz, LaRon Lee Hudson , Carissa Yau, Michelle Ortiz, Mary Jane Oken, Jon Faw, Zach Kelchen
  • Jordan Ratliff
  • Jordan Ratliff
  • 110 minutes
  • Adults over 18
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