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Queer Genius Screening

Queerantine Edition

Ages 14+
  • Free
  • Donations Welcome
Add to Calendar 2020-10-01 19:30:00 2020-10-01 21:30:00 Queer Genius Screening Join Rainbow Reels for a physical distance in person screening of Queer Genius in the Kitchener Farmer's Market. If you are unable to meet in person, there will be a 24 online access code to view independently. Register for a ticket to receive the online screening code. We look forward to seeing many of you for this screening. Free event - donations accepted on the ticket link. Queer Genius is a creative documentary featuring fine artist portraits of QPOC & GLBTQ experimental artists: Barbara Hammer, Eileen Myles, Black Quantum Futurism, Moor Mother, and Jibz Cameron/Dynasty Handbag. The film examines each artist’s creative life, personal challenges, and asks the question “what is genius?” Each subject provides a unique and personal perspective on new ways to think about and view the concept of “genius” from a female, fine arts perspective discussing and preserving queer female avant-garde legacies across generation. Official website:   About the filmmaker: Chet Pancake is an award-winning filmmaker, video, new media, and sound artist. They have exhibited at national and international venues such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA,) Frameline Film Festival, HBO’s NewFest (NYC), Murray Art Museum Albury, Australia, Shanghai Conservatory – Shanghai PRC, and Academy of Fine Arts, Prague. Pancake’s narrative and experimental documentary work has been screened at over 150 venues nationally, as well as broadcast (entirely or as excerpts) in the US and UK on the Sundance Channel, PBS, FreeSpeech Television, and the CommunityChannelUK. Their films are nationally & internationally distributed by Bullfrog Films and Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre and are held in permanent collections in over 75 university and museum archives nationally. Pancake is an Assistant Professor, Assistant Chair in the Film and Media Arts Program at Temple University.   Our COVID-19 Protocols: wear a mask we will sanitize the chairs before event chairs will be spaced six feet/two metres apart from other groups sanitizer will be available at entrance/exits and outside the bathroom stay home and join us online if you are sick, have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 while you were not wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), or have travelled in the last 14 days for contact tracing purposes we will ask for your name and contact info (FB or #) upon arrival   Thank you to our funders: City of Kitchener Tier 2, City of Waterloo, RoW Arts Fund. Huge thank you to our partnership with The Kitchener Farmers Market for making this event possible. Kitchener Farmers Market Rainbow Reels Queer and Trans Film Festival America/Toronto public

Venue Info

Kitchener Farmers Market
300 King St. EastKitchener
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