My Crazy Boxers is included in a festival preview screening on the 26th of May at Mémoire des Sexualités, a LGBTQ archive place in Marseille, France, and will shown again at the full festival from the 9th to the 12th of September.
About the festival:
“Les Mains Gauches is a four-days festival of short films and artistic researches about our stories of struggles and identities, exploring our representations and their limits, echoing our joys, our fears, our friendships.
Les Mains Gauches is a gathering to watch movies, to party and to meet.
Labels and categories might be complicated to apprehend and to identify with, but Les Mains Gauches remains a queer, feminist festival.
We are six left hands related by feminism, our queer identities and cinema. Day after day, we try to make films, to program them, to share them. Regarding a dominant homogeneous cinema, we are looking for films that accept their weaknesses, that step aside, that sometimes hesitate in order to understand us better, that are afraid of silence but help us experiencing it.
We are supported by a team of cinema lovers, allies and friends who always help and challenge us to share meaningful programs with the public.”
I’m so pleased when my movies is set out on their journies to increase justice and happiness!
Queer America at University College London
QUEER AMERICA film screenings, 6.15pm 3 November 2016
With all eyes on America’s presidential election, Out@UCL is screening a programme of short films that look at some of the variety of queer stories in America. We’re looking especially at the often marginalised voices within the LGBT+ community, including older people, QTIPOC and trans and genderqueer experiences. Stick around for the Q&A afterwards with some of the directors who, fortunately for us, are in London.
When: 6.15 – 8pm, Thursday, 3 November
Location: Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building (entrance on Gower Street)
“Faggotgirl Gets Busy In The Bathroom” will be shown
Small Works for Big Change
On Saturday, March 8, 2014, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Jack Studios, 601 W 26th St, New York, NY, i will have one of my photo prints for sale.
Please support the work of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, they work to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination or violence.
Well WhaddayaKnow? Plop a tiara on my head and call me “Miss Media Empire” — THREE TIMES this week I appeared on someone else’s intertube world.
On the neighborhood blog called South Slope News (with Faggotgirl).
On Adapting Spaces, who published a short article i wrote about apartment renovations.
And on Huffington Post, in a very unflattering photo of me walking in protest of gay bashing.
I’m happy to announce that my video “Gloucester City, My Town” will be shown at Gender Reel in Philadelphia this coming weekend.
Please attend the festival if you can. The video is screnning on both Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday I am part of a workshop for “Filmmaking For The Grasroots Activist.”
Please come hear my passionately held, uninformed opinions during daylight hours. Might be fun. See you there!
This video is one of my favorites. I kind of have a crush on Barbara Jordan, and also, I am pleased with my editing. I just sent in a new video to Gender Reel, and I tried a few new things in that one.