Queer Abolitionist Film Series
Ronika McClain and Alden DiCamillo, in affiliation with Southerners on New Ground, Athens Cultural Affairs Committee, Rabbit Hole Studios, the People’s Budget Athens and Athens Mutual Aid Network, present a series of films curated by Ronika McClain to be shown outdoors via a drive-in theater. These films present the history and nuance of queer abolition of systems of policing, incarceration and state-driven debilitation.
Location: Rabbit Hole Studio Outdoor Parking Lot, 1001 Winterville Rd, Athens, GA 30605
The first event, on June 25th, is on the topic of desire, featuring the following two films:
Shakedown by Leilah Weinraub (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
THE LIVING END by Gregg Araki (10:30 PM - 12:30 AM)
From the curator:
These are films that show queer desire in all its perverse, frustrating, problematic, wild and untamable glory. These two films are challenging in a lot of ways - they ask the viewers to examine what “acceptable” means in the context of queerness, and how expressions of our desire for each other can melt, twist and turn that acceptability into something much more useful.
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