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All We’ve Got – Documentary Film Regional Premiere & Panel Discussion
February 16, 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
20% Theatre Company presents the regional premiere of the documentary film ALL WE’VE GOT.
Directed by Alexis Clements | USA | 2019 | 67 mins
Community is elusive. It’s something we talk about a lot, but don’t always get to experience. What does it really mean? And how do we find it?
Since 2010, over 100 bars, bookstores, and community spaces where LGBTQ women gather have closed. Writer and filmmaker Alexis Clements wanted to better understand why that was happening, and why some spaces have managed to stay open despite the odds.
From Brooklyn, New York, to Oklahoma City and San Antonio, Texas, this film explores LGBTQ womens spaces and communities in order to better understand why having a place to gather matters, particularly for marginalized groups.
“In a time of cultural anxiety about the erasure of our Lesbian, feminist, and queer histories, Clements brings alive five sites where progressive collectives subvert brutal capitalism and racist exclusions with joy, shared struggle, respected desire, and gender complexities. For historians, for community activists, for poets, for philosophers of change, for the young and for the old, All Weve Got is a text, a vision, a challenge, and a pleasure.” –Joan Nestle, Lambda Award-winning Author and Editor, Co-founder, Lesbian Herstory Archives
Screening will be held on Sunday, February 16 at 4pm, followed immediately by a panel discussion facilitated by Roxanne Anderson (Executive Director of Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition and community activist), featuring special guests Nicole Smith (Soul Friday), Jacqui Boyum (co-producer of Grrrl Scout), Shimmer/Quinn Villagomez (RARE Productions & host of many queer events), Eleanor Savage (Vulva Riot/Dyke Night), Ty Yule (owner of Pi Bar), and Heather Spear (producer of Dykes Do Drag). Additional guests to be announced!
February 16, 2020, 4pm-6pm
Tickets sliding scale $10-$20
Phoenix Theatre, 2605 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Film will be captioned & panel discussion will be ASL-interpreted by Rachel Rothering and Melissa Lund.