A lyrical and subversive experimental documentary turning images of femininity based on old mythologies and popular audiovisual culture upside down in the voice of Peggy Shaw, of Split Britches. In Fem, highly-standardised (threatening or hyper-sexualised) female icons become objects of desire and a visual feast for butch lesbians. A bold tribute to lesbian culture.
Inge “Blackman” CampbellX is an award-winning filmmaker and film curator. Campbell’s body of work was honoured by the Queer Black Cinema festival in New York in March 2009. Image, Memory and Representation was a retrospective of her work which was programmed at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2007. She was invited to programme the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2004 – 2005. She was also the festival director for The Fire This Time! – Queering Black History Month 2006 which focussed on the work of queer artists of colour for Black History Month. She is developing Stud Life an urban queer feature film.
BD Women (1994)
Viva Tabatha (1996)
Paradise Lost (2003)
Broken Chain (2008)