Season finale. A woman stays woke too long. In the not-too-distant future, a waitress contemplates uploading her consciousness to the cloud amidst warnings of an impending hurricane. After Najja has her demons exorcised, her Jealousy tries to talk its way back into her life. Artist Stephanie Dinkins describes her encounters with a simulated black woman.
Random Acts of Flyness is a late-night half-hour series from artist and filmmaker Terence Nance that explores topical and complex issues of race, gender, and sexuality, flipping them on their heads to illuminate new and distinctive perspectives. A fluid, stream-of-conscious look at the zeitgeist, each episode features a handful of short vignettes, showcasing an ensemble cast of emerging and established talent. Intermixing live-action shorts with animation, stop-motion and music, the six Season 1 episodes weave together a number of themes, including family, history, death, tech, relationships and more, creating an experience that is thought-provoking, visually unique, and subversively funny.