Tracey Moffatt’s ‘Nice, Colored Girls’ reminds us that horror doesn’t always have to consist of sexist, gore infused cheap thrills. Films can be done abstractly, and speak on realities that don’t appease the straight, cis, white psyche. Transgenerational trauma, western colonialism, white supremacy and modern survival are common issues black people, people of color and non-binary people live everyday. We want to depict that in our work due to it’s underrepresentation in the horror universe. It is a kind of a sadistic release, one thing horror has always had its play in.
WE BELIEVE IN DIY MULTIMEDIA
Primarily Horror Filmmakers, we are also hub for DIY QTIBIPOC musicians, writers and artists of multiple mediums determined to support each others efforts that mainstream media has largely ignored, approaching only to commodify, colonize and exploit. Audre's Revenge is part of a lineage of resistance that has existed long before this project began. We contribute by creating and collaborating. Audre's Revenge is the first Horror collective of this kind, but we are part of a rich history of many who have paved the way.