Join us for the Windrider Summer Film Showcase

On the evening of Saturday, July 25, enjoy films and conversations centered around identity, passion and the American dream.

On Saturday, July 25 at 7 p.m., join us for a continuation of one of our community’s favorite parts of the Q 2020 Virtual Summit: the Windrider Short Film Showcase.

This time, we’ll gather together to watch two unique and inspiring short films that use the art of dance to begin important conversations about identity, passion and the American dream. Gather your family and friends for a moment of entertainment and conversation centered on these themes.

What You'll Experience

Two unique and inspiring films on identity, passion and the American dream
Q&As with the filmmakers and subjects to help you stop and reflect
An Exploration Guide to spark deeper conversations with your people

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About the Films

Walk Run Cha-Cha
This Academy Award-nominated short film tells the story of Paul and Millie Cao, who lost their youth to the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Forty years later, they have become successful professionals in Southern California—and are rediscovering themselves on the dance floor.

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Identity: The Andrew Nemr Story
This documentary short journeys with world-renown tap dancer Andrew Nemr as he dances through his struggles and searches for identity—from being bullied as a young child, discovering a place in the tap dance community and his continued search for where he can “just be.”

Identity Trailer

 

Each film will be followed by conversations with the storytellers behind the films to help you go deeper, exploration guides designed to spark your own conversations and a couple of extra surprises along the way.

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What is Windrider?

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“At Windrider, we believe the power of story can transform and transcend the most important issues of our day.” – John Priddy, Windrider CEO and Co-Founder

The Windrider Forum is founded on the belief that stories are truly the “storehouses” of culture. Visual media, our culture’s principal form of storytelling, is the most critical, value-defining medium of our age. Recognizing this, the Windrider team has partnered with Q to curate a powerful collection of short films that we will stream together each Saturday night.