WOMEN’S PUNK ART MAKING PARTY
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dir. Mary Billyou, 1996.
United States. 33 min.
SATURDAY, MARCH 21 – 7:30 PM w/director Mary Billyou in person
THURSDAY, MARCH 26 – 7:30 PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 29 - 7:30 PM
A documentary in which a group of young women meet for an art-making party. Located at The Beehive Collective in Washington, DC, six individual episodes are loosely interspersed, allowing each participant a chance to represent themselves. Included: a feminist stripper preparing for work, a puppet show, and a music video.
Introduced by filmmaker Mary Billyou on 21!
SHE HAD HER GUN ALL READY
dir. Vivienne Dick, 1978.
United States, 28 min.
Vivienne Dick takes aim a reverence and power dynamics among women in one of her best known shorts, an 8mm Lower East Side-set psychodrama starring Lydia Lunch.
NEW REPORT ARTIST UNKNOWN
dir. K8 Hardy, Wynne Greenwood, 2006
United States, 16 min.
A collaborative project envisioning a news service in a post-feminist world, this comedic short features K8 Hardy (founder of the queer feminist art collective LTTR) and Wynne Greenwood (of Tracy and the Plastics) playing Henry Irigaray and Henry Stein-Acker-Hill, an anchor and roving correspondent for WKRH, a feminist TV news station whose tagline is “pregnant with information.”