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on the neurodiversity movement & futures beyond capitalism

This film is a deep-dive into a personal/political story of (non)belonging, understanding one’s identity and finding one’s community. You’ll find a theoretical introduction to the neurodiversity movement, exploring its main ideas and arguments, intermingling them with snippets of lived experience. The narration delves into topics such as labels, mad/disabled/neurodivergent identity, oppression and collective liberation, all from within a path of becoming at home within the autistic body/mind.

It is a song, a cry and a gift towards those who have not yet found a way to understand their difference, their ‘weirdness’, their dis/abilities.

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dictionary of thinkers & concepts

An audiovisual exploration of various thinkers to think with and the concepts they use. In this playlist we highlight the works of philosophers, political theorists, researchers and writers we admire - at least in some regard. We explore their ideas and look critically at their work, sometimes pointing to what we consider they are missing, other times engaging deeply with their writings by putting them into an unexpected form. Often, but not always or exhaustively, we approach the thinker from an antispeciesist point of view, re-shaping some of their concepts into useful tools for animal liberation.

hybrid animated essays

An experiment in video-making, these short animated essays combine storytelling with critical theory. They are an attempt to put into moving images the questions we ask and the answers we find along the way. Whether relying on blackboard or digital animation, they weave emotion into thinking about the world, challenging its structures of power and domination. This playlist is where we play, finding new languages to express ourselves - it is the place for our uncategorizable artforms, where both our short films and thoroughly theoretical essays can be found.


A meeting point with other writers, researchers and activists, this playlist makes possible animated essays we couldn’t have written: it is a place of exchange, where we work together on a script/text and then take on the entire work of transforming it into an audio-visual piece. Within it, we prioritize issues of social, climate and multispecies justice, aiming to put forth into the world particular, situated and liberatory ways of thinking.