Jess X. Snow

Jess X. Snow

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Jess X. Snow is an Asian-Canadian film director, artist, and poet. Through film, large-scale murals, children's books and community art education, they are working toward a future where LGBTQ+ and migrant people of color may see themselves heroic on the big screen and city walls & discover in their own bodies; a sanctuary for healing and collective liberation. Their murals and artwork have been featured on PBS Newshour, The LA Times, the SF Chronicle. Their political graphics has been used in Women’s March on Washington, the immigrant rights movement, as well as on college campuses to end rape culture. Their film work has been supported with grants and fellowships from the Tribeca Film Institute, Canada Council of the Arts, the Smithsonian Asian Pacific Center, the British Academy of Film and Television, and screened internationally at over 25 festivals. They are currently a guest on the unceded traditional land of the Lenape people (Lenapehoking / Brooklyn, NY).

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