This is going to be quick, because I’m just taking a short grant writing procrastination break, but a friend asked me to comment on this atrocious New York Times Op-Ed supporting Pete Buttigieg, so I Read more…
Set against the backdrop of “World Pride” in Toronto, Canada in 2014, Pride Denied: Homonationalism & the Future of Queer Politics explores the concepts of pride and homonationalism from the perspective activists, community members, artists, and academics. Now available from Vtape (Canada and festival distribution) and Media Education Foundation (educational sales and screenings for the US and rest of world).
Ruminations on Film, Activism, and Queer Theory
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About Kami Chisholm
Kami Chisholm holds a PhD in History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an MFA in Film Production from York University. Her most recent documentary, Pride Denied (Media Education Foundation and Vtape, 2016), explores topics such as homonationalism and pinkwashing in the context of the 2014 World Pride festival in Toronto.
Chisholm is one of the co-founders of the Toronto Queer Film Festival and sits on the board of the Pleasure Dome collective.