We Should Eat

When Agi gathers her family for a school identity project over dinner, they rethink who they are and what they want to eat.

Plays with Oys and Joys: Narrative Shorts

Shaina Feinberg (she/her) is an award-winning American filmmaker and writer. She spent her twenties making a stoner, punk sketch show called The Spew. She has been on This American Life, was a resident at Space on Ryder Farms (2018) and Twenty Summers (2021), a Reel Families for Change grantee (2022) and a recipient of the Reboot Studios grant (2023). Her short doc, A Brief History of Hating My Face (2023), was commissioned by The New York Times. Her film, Cleo From 8:20 to 2:35 premiered at the Aspen Film Festival. She has written for The New Yorker, Washington Post, Tablet and writes regularly for the New York Times. Her second book, How We Got By, came out in September 2023. Her third book, Work, is due out in December 2024. Her films and books have been written about in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Bust, Broadly, Logo, THEM, Indiewire and more. She lives in Brooklyn with her partner and their two children.


Friday July 19, 2024
3:15 p.m.
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9 minutes