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Juliet Jacques Presents, Part I
Institute of Contemporary Arts
J. S. Watson & Melville Webber, Lot in Sodom (1933)

Writer and filmmaker Juliet Jacques presents a two-part programme of experimental queer cinema. Focusing on works from the 20th century, Part I includes films by Barbara Hammer, Jerry Tartaglia, and J.S. Watson Jr. & Melville Webber.

Starting with a pivotal work from the American inter-war avant-garde, these works chart the emergence of gay and lesbian filmmaking, the impact of the HIV/AIDS crisis, and the development of trans culture and politics.
Juliet Jacques is a writer and filmmaker based in London. She has published two books: Rayner Heppenstall: A Critical Study (Dalkey Archive Press, 2007) and Trans: A Memoir (Verso, 2015). Her short fiction, essays and journalism have appeared in Granta, London Review of Books, The Guardian, Tribune, Frieze, Sight & Sound, Filmwaves and many other places. Her short films have screened in galleries and festivals worldwide.

J.S. Watson, Jr. & Melville Webber, Lot in Sodom, 1930 – 33, 35mm transferred to digital file, black and white, sound, 26 min.

Barbara Hammer, Dyketactics, 1974, 16mm transferred to digital file, colour, sound, 4 min.

Jerry Tartagalia, Ecce Homo, 1989, 16mm transferred to digital file, colour, sound, 7 min.

Reza Abdoh, Sleeping with the Devil, 1990, SD video, colour, sound, 12 min.

Isaac Julien, The Attendant, 1993, 35mm transferred to digital file, colour, sound, 10 min.

Mirha-Soleil Ross and Xanthra MacKay, Gendertroublemakers, 1993, SD video, colour, sound, 20 min.
06:45 pm
Wed, 20 Nov 2019
Cinema 1
£7 Full, £5 Concs/Green, £3 Blue Members. 

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated, and start with a 10 min. curated selection of trailers.

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