Rhea Storr makes films about Black and Mixed-race identities, asking where images fail or resist us. Recent themes include Masquerade and the female body, or Black bodies in rural spaces. She often works on 16mm film whilst making peripheral photographs and costumes. Recent screenings include National Museum of African American History and Culture, US, European Media Art Festival, Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Kassel Doc Fest, Berwick Film and Media Art Festival, Whitechapel Gallery and ‘Get Up Stand Up Now’, Somerset House. She is the winner of the inaugural Louis Le Prince Experimental Film Prize, Best Artist Film 2019 at Aesthetica Film Festival and is a director of Not Nowhere film cooperative London, focusing on the 16mm lab.