Yehuda Sharim | USA 2020 | 14 Min. | OmeU

In a temple where safety appears as a mystery, and one dreams of telling stories of insurrection, a young woman moves through (sub)urban landscapes into the heart of the United States. All around her, the Coronavirus, riots, and Black Lives Matter demonstrations shape the mind-scape. Space and time begin to merge. Cops turn into baseball mascots, young women wear electronic handcuffs, people are hunted like animals, and souls are haunted as ghosts. 

RED LINE LULLABY is a visual and linguistic creation of an abstract poem about Latinx women in the US, a country in agony, and the (im)possibility of belonging in America.

Director: Yehuda Sharim 
Writer: Lorena Alvarado 
Producer: J. Alex Mathews


RED LINE LULLABY – 9th International Video Poetry Film Festival in Athens, GreeceMarch 5-8, 2021

Son of a Farmer and the greatest film actress Yehuda Sharim is a writer, filmmaker, and poet. His films appeared in various film festivals, artistic venues, and universities across the world. While excavating emotional and intimate histories of border crossing and the migration of souls, his work provides a comparative study of displacement, shedding light on the changing constructions of home and belonging. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Program of Global Art Studies, University of California, Merced.