On this epsiode of BronxNet's Free Form Binge present short films about our relationships with nature, sisterly bonds and the power of dance, see the complete line-up below.
Tune in to watch on BX Arts channel 68 Optimum/ 2134 FiOS in the Bronx and online at bronxnet.tv on Saturday, February 20th at 8:30 PM, and again on February 27th at 8:30 PM.
Sis the Short Film is a visual project celebrating the beauty of friendship between black women.
A short fantastical film that takes us to a familiar world to emphasize the strength of love, community, and selflessness as we all BLOOM.
In this faith-based drama, a grief-stricken woman bonds with a homeless lady via dance. An award-winning short film.
While industrial resource developments continue to put at risk our natural and cultural significance, people across Australia are standing their ground for nature.
Known to grow to the size of a small dog and live to 50 years old, the giant Tasmanian freshwater lobster is the largest of its kind in the entire world, but its home is being destroyed by sediment runoff from logging.
Two teachers from two worlds share their knowledge in attempt to protect cultural and biological diversity against the expansion of coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga; the largest temperate woodland in eastern Australia.