Criminal Queers screening in Providence, RI.
Criminal Queers will screen as part of the Captive Genders event at Brown University, its FREE and open to all.
Criminal Queers in Glasgow
Screening Friday October 21, 2016.
More about the festival:
Is there a link between how we’re divided into populations that can be caged and exiled by the prison-industrial complex, and the ways people’s bodies are violently categorised and segregated by race, class, gender or ability?
Over 3 days Episode 8 celebrates all the unruly ways we refuse to be defined by such violence, escape attempts to constrain us, tear down the walls of normative culture and build joy in flight.
Featuring: performances, discussions, screenings, workshop and a club with gender non-conforming rebels, students of blackness, lawyers, archivists, anarco-feminist street artists and witches, party hosts, filmmakers, prison abolitionists, poets, DJ’s, ex-prisoners and multi-media artists including:
Joshua Allen | boychild | Kai Lumumba Barrow | English Collective of Prostitutes | Elysia Crampton | Glasgow Open Dance School | Che Gossett | Reina Gossett | Juliana Huxtable | CeCe McDonald | Miss Major | Mujeres Creando | Sondra Perry | Scot-Pep | Dean Spade | Eric A Stanley | Umbrella Lane | We Will Rise
“They’ve Got a Mouth on Them: Eric A. Stanley & Chris Vargas, “Criminal Queers”
Screening of the film, followed by discussion with the filmmakers, Eric A. Stanley & Chris Vargas, and Professor Lauren Berlant.
Part of the LGBTQ Studies Project and the Artists’ Salon at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, with support from the Chicago Performance Lab and Infrastructures of the Comedic.