Issue-Driven Films

"Irreparable" a Snakebite Protection Chronicle

Kimberly Vaughn
Michael Carten
Jake Guerrero

"Irreparable," the fifth short film in the "SPC - 9" series, explores the fear of loss of life that engulfs a young girl when an unexpected flash of sexual violence upends her childhood.

 

"Junk" a Snakebite Protection Chronicle

Kelly Kabialis
Andrew Thing

Kelly Kabialis plays Beth, a young girl violently raped by her neighbor, Victor played by Andrew Thing

 

"If the Knife Fits" a Snakebite Protection Chronicle

Danielle Swanson
Uwe Joachim Krueger

"If the Knife Fits" is the third film in the Snakebite Protection Chronicles that explains that women should be able to defend themselves against unprovoked violence and society's anti-women flamethrowers.



"No!" a Snakebite Protection Chronicle

Katherine Badger
Atticus Ballesteros

Gwen first asks us "to keep in mind that the rapist was a former co-worker who she didn’t have a reason to fear” before he attacked her. It’s based on a true life event that has happened all too often to women who believe they can trust the men in their lives.

"The Party" a Snakebite Protection Chronicle

Jennifer Lenius
Jayson Acevedo

During an early morning stroll home from a party, a young couple's relationship is torn apart when discussing a mutual friend's rape experience.



"Caste System: Beyond the Moon"

Alex Dauphin

Alex Dauphin plays Yolanda, a young African American actress who questions Hollywood's lack of diversity among Christmas films, as well as the motives for why has been asked to audtion for a role that is clearly not written for her.



"Caste System: Beyond the Moon"

Andrea Williams

Andrea Williams plays Jan in "Caste System: Beyond the Moon". Racial tensions are laid bare when an African American actress played by Alex Dauphin confronts Jan during a Hollywood audition.



"Snakebite Protection "Chronicles" Trailer

Through a series of factually based scenarios and interview/monologues, "Snakebite Protection Chronicles" highlights rape culture through the personal experiences and feelings of women while displaying the dangerously ignorant attitudes and actions of men who perpetuate these crimes.



"No!" a Snakebite Protection Chronicle

Katherine Badger
Atticus Ballesteros

Gwen first asks us "to keep in mind that the rapist was a former co-worker who she didn’t have a reason to fear” before he attacked her. It’s based on a true life event that has happened all too often to women who believe they can trust the men in their lives.