Wild Darlings Sing The Blues is a feature length documentary following the Wild Darlings, a queer healing arts collective of black women and non-binary activists, as they embark on an epic road trip from New York to a former slave plantation in Virginia. The Darlings are tasked with harnessing their “healer within” to bless the plantation land, honor their ancestors and explore their experiences of racial and gender-based violence. They create a performance art homage to The Blues.
Media + Resources
Pitch Deck: Link
Learn more about our ﬁlm and meet the Wild Darlings cast.
We raised over $50,000 on Kickstarter in 2021!
Teaser Trailer: Link
Learn more about the Wild Darlings Healing Arts Collective and explore the role of
epigenetics in their work!
NOVA: A New Spelling of My Name: Link
Ofﬁcial selection of DEDZA Films and Kino Lorber’s 2021 Anthology Series, a short ﬁlm
directed by Nova Scott-James. Synopsis: A young artist, born as Nicole, but renamed
Nova, sets out on a healing journey on an indigenous sanctuary in upstate New York.
Accompanied by the Wild Darlings, a black + queer, healing arts collective, she
transmutes the trauma of her past by performing in white-face as the male teacher that sexually abused her as a child!
Wild Darlings on Social Media: Link
Check out Wild Darlings on social media, podcasts and online events!"
Gratitude & Appreciation to our ﬁscal sponsor
"From the Heart Productions."