Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger (NY Premiere) presented by DCTV
Directed by Sam Feder
Kate Bornstein Is A Queer and Pleasant Danger captures the many facets of a queer hero and pioneering gender outlaw. Whether she is charming an enraptured audience on her latest book tour, tweeting to her 20 thousand followers from her home office, or cuddling with her puggle, this documentary portrait highlights Kate’s style, wicked wit, and astonishing candor.screening with
Grit & Grind (US Premiere) presented by DCTV
Directed by Felix Endara and Sasha Wortzel
Grit & Grind is a short documentary about the Clit Club, an edgy lesbian party set in New York City’s Meatpacking District in the 1990s, as this large metropolis struggled with the AIDS epidemic. The film acts as a poly-vocal recollection of the sexually charged energy produced by this intergenerational, cross-racial, mixed class venue; and serves as a record of a vibrant neighborhood before it became home to homogeneous trendy boutiques and luxury hotels.