Filmmaker Kami Chisholm is currently wrapping up post-production on a new feature documentary, Pride Denied: Homonationalism & the Future of Queer Politics. Set against the backdrop of the most recent “World Pride” in Toronto, Canada in 2014, the film explores the concepts of pride and homonationalism from the perspective activists, community members, artists, and academics.
Kami Chisholm was busy in 2014-15 making a number of shorts that have recently been released.
Two women meet one afternoon for an exchange of pleasure, power, and care through a rope bondage session. Available now from Vtape.
“The Well” is a 14-minute short film about a encounter between two lovers that pushes the boundaries narrative filmmaking through the use of techniques such as the long take and explicit sexual imagery. Available now on VOD from Indiepix. For booking please contact CFMDC.
“Overpass” is a an experimental, essay-form documentary that explores themes of racial and domestic violence in the filmmakers hometown, Los Angeles. Available now from CFMDC.
Shot in the wake of the police murder of Eric Garner in New York, “Corrupt” is an experimental video about responses to rampant anti-Black state violence in the US and Canada. Available now from Vtape.