2020 Award Winners Announced!
Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 Award Winners Announced!
Two homeless, female veterans’ friendship is tested when they confront adversity, discrimination, and even mother nature itself in their attempt to find work and get through the day.
U.S. Army veteran, Satinder Kaur, is a writer and director with a story-filled life. By the time she was twelve, she had lived on three continents and spoke four languages. Her experiences in the east and the west provide her with a global perspective and contribute to her artistic voice which is uniquely American. Kaur loves to write about female friendship and explore themes of human resilience and transformation against all odds. She won the Grand Prize in Women in Media CAMERAderie initiative for her short film Blood and Glory which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. Kaur is a fellow of the Writers Guild Foundation’s Veterans Writing Project. Her short film The Last Killing produced by Ensaaf won the best short documentary award at NewFilmmakers LA and the Amnesty International Best Human Rights Short award. In partnership with Ensaaf, she spearheaded the largest human rights video advocacy efforts in Punjab, India, by interviewing survivors of police brutality and families impacted by enforced disappearances. Kaur received her MFA in film directing from USC School of Cinematic Arts.
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