Shorts by Kelly Gallagher

From Ally to Accomplice

"To-day at last we know: John Brown was right." -W.E.B. Du Bois. This film is an experimental essay in three movements that explores the importance of being more than an "ally" in struggle, by sharing histories of committed accomplices John Brown, Marilyn Buck, and others. The film also delves into the history of the landscape and former prairie that was the earth o...Read More

In the Future

Knowing that another world is possible, individuals young and old share their hopes and dreams for the future.

More Dangerous Than a Thousand Rioters

An experimental animated documentary exploring the powerful and inspiring life of revolutionary Lucy Parsons.


A found footage personal essay film that explores the power of a woman who values her own pleasure.

We Had Each Other

A group of powerful, bold, Irish women political prisoners at Armagh Jail shook Ireland to its’ core in 1980 when they began a transgressive “no-wash” protest, refusing to bathe for a year to bring attention to their plight and the abusive mistreatment of Irish political prisoners by the British government.