Masculinity, Gender Roles, and Queer Art History: The Cultural Significance of Campbell X’s Stud Life
Stud Life is sexy, charismatic, foreign yet familiar. The sensual combination of a hypnotic soundtrack, mesmerizing cast, and a rich storyline pulls you into a world where the accents are different but the conversations are ours – queer women of color trying to define our relationships and our future.
In April and May, Sistah Sinema will screen Bumming Cigarettes – a narrative depicting its protagonist getting an HIV test. The film, produced by Black Womyn Conversations director/producer, Tiona McClodden, shows that we are all at risk for sexually transmitted infections regardless of our race, sexuality, or gender identity.
FILM RELEASE: Animated Lesbian Sci-Fi Movie, “Strange Frame”, Takes Queer Women of Color to the Future
Animated sci-fi film “Strange Frame” follows the story of two queer brown women in the 28th Century as they make love and music. Pre-order the DVD before its release on March 19th.