United We Heal Film Festival

Mission Statement: The UWHFF screens dynamic cutting edge films that amplify marginalized voices, raises awareness, delivers authentic storytelling all while maintaining optimal audience entertainment.

The UWHFF is a social justice film festival. Born from a short film with the same namesake, the United We Heal film was a tribute to the Black community's ever evolving healing process within an ever present white supremacists system of oppression. From that the UWH team wanted to provide a platform for other filmmakers with like minds. This includes filmmakers who also have works about a social justice cause, community issue, or problem they are fighting to bring attention to.



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Tiffany Jiang

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Rattled by the devastating Atlanta spa shootings, a Chinese-American filmmaker turns the camera on herself to document the invisible toll of such racially motivated hate crimes suffered by generations of the AAPI community.

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