Recent Screenings – Summer – Fall 2018

Hello! I’m happy to say that my movie MY AUNT MAME will be shown as part of the 2018 2nd Annual Trans Stellar Film Festival in Detroit, MI on September 28-29, 2018

Recent Screenings

My Aunt Mame was selected to the 31st annual All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF), taking place September 6-9, 2018 in Austin, TX, in the Dramatic Shorts program.

Queer Access Film Festival Berlin


Queer Access Film Festival
Aug 30 – Aug 31, 2018 Suedblock
Skalitzer Straße 6, 10999 Berlin, Deutschland

QAFF, the first Queer Access Film Festival, is an invitation to experience films with and from queer filmmakers with and without disabilities.

DAY 1 – on Thursday, August 30th, we’ll offer a range of short films and the audience-including Expert-Talk “The Democratization of Desire”.
DAY 2 – on Friday, August 31th, we’ll show three longer movies: “The Blue Wonder” by Uschi Bökesch und “No Day without Love” by Ines de Nil. The filmmakers will be present and available for a Q&A.. The festival closes with “Yes! We Fuck” von Antonio Canteno & Raul de la Morena. (My film “Faggotgirl Gets Busy In The Bathroom” was commissioned specifically as the short film to precede “Yes, We Fuck” when it was shown at Wotever DIY Film Fest 2016).

October – November 2018

Hello Friends! It is with a grateful and joyous heart that I am writing about the places my films will be shown this Oct – Nov. I am pleased that some movies that haven’t been shown much are getting out there to do their work. Here’s the schedule:

October 11th 6:30 LIKE A RIOT opens Gender Reel 8th Annual Twin Cities Film Festival at Metropolitan State University (St. Paul, Minnesota).

October 18th 20:15 FAGGOTGIRL GETS BUSY IN THE BATHROOM, as part of the Unashamed Claim To Beauty programme, plays in Hamburg at the Lesbisch Schwule Filmtage Hamburg | International Queer Film Festival, in Kino 3.

November 3rd 6pm CAROL screens at the Toronto Queer Film Festival at OCAD University.

Tuesday November 6th at 7:30pm (Election Day) Pride Film Festival in Chicago: Pride Arts Center at 4139 N. Broadway The theme is “Queer Survival: Art & Activism Will Set Us Free.”

November 9th 7pm MY AUNT MAME screens at the Woodbury Queer International Film Festival, at TikiTiki.

November 17th 21:00 GLOUCESTER CITY, MY TOWN plays in the London Fringe! Film Festival at the Hackney House.

And another glorious festival is on the horizon…

Autumn 2018 Screenings

Hello! I’m happy to say that my movie MY AUNT MAME will be shown as part of the 2018 2nd Annual Trans Stellar Film Festival in Detroit, MI on September 28-29, 2018, held at Cinema Detroit.

AND my parody movie CAROL will be shown at the 2018 Toronto Queer Film Festival. I am so happy and proud! Thank you to everyone who has supported my films through the years.

Summer 2018 Screenings (continued)

Summer 2018 Screenings
First half of Summer 2108 here

My Aunt Mame was selected to the 31st annual All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF), taking place September 6-9, 2018 in Austin, TX, in the Dramatic Shorts program.

Queer Access Film Festival Berlin


Queer Access Film Festival
Aug 30 – Aug 31, 2018 Suedblock
Skalitzer Straße 6, 10999 Berlin, Deutschland

QAFF, the first Queer Access Film Festival, is an invitation to experience films with and from queer filmmakers with and without disabilities.

DAY 1 – on Thursday, August 30th, we’ll offer a range of short films and the audience-including Expert-Talk “The Democratization of Desire”.
DAY 2 – on Friday, August 31th, we’ll show three longer movies: “The Blue Wonder” by Uschi Bökesch und “No Day without Love” by Ines de Nil. The filmmakers will be present and available for a Q&A.. The festival closes with “Yes! We Fuck” von Antonio Canteno & Raul de la Morena. (My film “Faggotgirl Gets Busy In The Bathroom” was commissioned specifically as the short film to precede “Yes, We Fuck” when it was shown at Wotever DIY Film Fest 2016).

PositiveEast and
14 July 2018, London UKELOP LGBT Mental Health and Well-Being
are hosting an empowering day of fun, acceptance, workshops, Indian head massages, sexual health advice and information, HIV/STI testing. lunch refreshments and short films.
The films being show are the queer shorts that were selected for the 2017 Women Over 50 Film Festival, which MY AUNT MAME is proudly part of.

New York Film and Video Club screening
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7:30, reception starts at 6:30.
Macaulay Honors College, 35 West 67th Street (between CPW and Columbus)
Free and open to all

The evening is set for a fascinating cross-section of shorts by NYFVC members. Bring your friends and join us on Wednesday, June 27th for a special screening in collaboration with CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College!

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.Tour to three cities all with accessible screenings;
Brighton, Glasgow, London 2018
The Cinema Museum, London, UK

My Aunt Mame selected for 2018 AGLIFF

It is with great joy that I can share that My Aunt Mame was selected as one of eight dramatic shorts to be shown in Austin at 31st annual All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF), taking place September 6-9, 2018 in Austin, TX.

What was surprising to me is that it was chosen for the Dramatic Shorts program, not the animation or the comedy programs. This is big news.

DRAMATIC SHORTS

“BODIES OF WATER” D: David Lykes Keenan, USA, 14 min
“MY AUNT MAME” D: Krissy Mahan, USA, 8 min
“POP ROX” D: Nate Trinrud, USA, 13 min
“PRE-DRINK” D: Marc-Antoine Lemire, Canada, 23 min
“THERE YOU ARE” D: Lisa Donato, USA, 16 min
“THE WORLD IS ROUND SO NOBODY CAN HIDE IN THE CORNERS – PART II: THE KISS” D: Leandro Goddinho Germany, 5 min
“ZERO ONE” D: Nick Neon, UK, 24 min (world premiere)

Tales From The Margins – UK Television Interview

Tales From The Margins is a program hosted by Dr. Prof. Rainer Schulze (Prof (em) Mod Europ History @Uni_of_Essex. Holocaust in History&Memory. Trustee @WiseThoughts. Tales from the Margins @latestlgbtplus. Acad Advis Panel @LGBTHM) on TheLatestTV.

I was included in two broadcasts this July. The links to the trailers are below.

Broadcast on July 2, 2018 (rebroadcast July 6).
TALES FROM THE MARGINS: “Different Kinds of Bodies” – three short films about intersections of queerness and dis/ability:
9pm UK time, Latest TV, livestream at http://www.thelatest.co.uk/latest-tv/
#LGBTQ #film #disability #disABLED

Here is the trailer:

Broadcast on July 9, 2018 (rebroadcast July 13).
Here is the trailer:

Tales From The Margins

London Post-Pride Celebration 2018

On 14 July 2018, PositiveEast and ELOP LGBT Mental Health and Well-Being are hosting an empowering day of fun, acceptance, workshops, Indian head massages, sexual health advice and information, HIV/STI testing. lunch refreshments and short films.
The films being show are the queer shorts that were selected for the 2017 Women Over 50 Film Festival, which My Aunt Mame was proudly part of.
LYING WOMEN by Deborah Kelly
REBEL MENOPAUSE by Adele Tuli
DAYS OF AWE by Rehana Rose
My Aunt Mame by Krissy Mahan
FAY PRESTO: QUEEN OF CLOSE-UP by Hanna Aqvilin

New York Film & Video Club Members’ Shorts Screening

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7:30, reception starts at 6:30.
Macaulay Honors College, 35 West 67th Street (between CPW and Columbus)
Free and open to all

The evening is set for a fascinating cross-section of shorts by NYFVC members. Bring your friends and join us on Wednesday, June 27th for a special screening in collaboration with CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College!

Works will include brand-new films, little known gems, and long-lost favorites!

Nick Macdonald screens the rarely-seen Acts of Revolution from 1976. Tony Sherin plays his modern NY classic Solo, Piano. Lucy Kostelanetz shows Rebeka Goes Down the Slide (“A gem!”– Erik Barnouw). Diana Devlin screens part of a brand-new work-in-progress. Mark Woodcock screens an excerpt from Report from World 3, a film he shot in Algeria 40 years ago. Robert Withers shows his Nomad Walk through the late capitalist plateau of a New York advertising agency. Krissy Mahan screens her new festival favorite My Aunt Mame. Patricia Silva shows her new film A Feeling More Than a Picture. Crista Grauer presents Beryl Sokoloff’s recently-restored 1960’s experimental classic The Liberty Machine. Ashley Hiatt, Luke Momo, and Nevin Kelly-Fair show new student work from Brooklyn College and Fordham!

Before the screening, join us for a free reception! Bring your friends and enjoy a special summer evening with the NYFVC!

What: NYFVC Members’ Screening Night (Bring your friends, open to all!)

When: Wednesday, June 27, Reception in outdoor space starts at 6:30, Screening starts at 7:30.

Where: Macaulay Honors College, 35 West 67th Street (between CPW and Columbus, the old Makor space).

Summer 2018

Recent Screenings


Splice Film Festival, Erie, Pennsylvania
June 8 -1 0, 2018
Erie Movie House, Erie, PA

Dyke Drama Film Festival, Perth Australia
May 25 – May 26, 2018
The Backlot Perth, West Perth, Western Australia

Philadelphia Film Society presents the May 2018 Philly Filmmaker 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.

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.Tour to three cities all with accessible screenings;
Brighton, Glasgow, London 2018
The Cinema Museum, London, UK