Intermedia Arts continues its Brown Cinema Cafe series this Thursday with a group of short films by and about women from diverse backgrounds. Works set to screen include Eri Mizutani’s Dark Space, about a woman who loses her memory; Amo, by Huya Alghanim, which explores Brooklyn’s diasporic Arab community; and Mariama Slåttøy and Sveinung Gjessing’s dance film, Stabilia. The series will also feature a piece by Irene Garces, There Was a Place, about a family that confronts a troubling past, and Derek Price’s “cinepoem” featuring Sudanese-Canadian Roua Aljied (aka Philosi-fire) performing her poem “Primary Colors” about domestic violence. The evening is curated by Shá Cage and E.G. Bailey of Tru Ruts, in partnership with IFP Minnesota. 6:30 p.m. music, mixer, and snacks, 7 p.m. screening, Thursday. 6:30 p.m.