Krissy Mahan has been making movies using humor as a feminist tool for 25 years. Mahan’s movies center the social failures around accessibility, gender identity, mental health, immigration, and working class post-industrial cities. Mahan teaches in public elementary schools, and has recently screened at the the Women Over 50 Film Festival, Brighton, UK; the London Fringe! Film Festival, London, UK; Leeds Queer Film Festival, Scottish Queer International Film Festival, the For Rainbow Festival of Sexual Diversity, Culture and Film, Fortaleza, Brazil, and is a perennial favorite at the Wotever DIY Film Festival, London, UK.

Upcoming Screenings
Philadelphia Film Society presents Philly Film Showcase
An exhibition supporting new work by talented up-and-coming local filmmakers of all ages, level, and backgrounds complete with a post-screening Q&As with the filmmakers and talent.
Celebrate our talented local filmmakers each month during the Philly Film Showcase. PFS turns the Prince Theater Black Box into a venue for up-and-coming filmmakers of all ages, level, and backgrounds. Each Showcase is followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and talent to elicit feedback from the audience.
Tickets are FREE, though donations to Philly Film Showcase are welcome.

Recent Screenings

An Unashamed Claim to Visibility: Shorts At The Intersection of Queerness and Disability
With Special Performance by Ebony Rose Dark
Presented by Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest, Wotever DIY Film Festival and the Queer Film Network.
Accessible screening
Sunday, April 29, 2018 17.30
The Cinema Museum, London, UK

SQIFF Presents: Live DIY Queer Filmmaking Conversation!
Part of The Glasgow Zine Fest 2018
Accessible screening
Saturday, April 14, 2018 @ 7:00pm
CCA Cinema, Glasgow, UK

NYC Feminist Film Week: March 6-11, 2018 at Anthology Film Archives, NYC.
Saturday March 10, 2018
With: Carrie Hawks, Damien Luxe, Krissy Mahan, Constanza Mirré, Joanna Rytel, and Patricia Silva in person.