Live Virtual Q&A with WOJNAROWICZ: F**K YOU F*GGOT F**KER Filmmaker Chris McKim & Editor Dave Stanke
Tuesday, March 30 at 7:00 PM EST
MODERATED BY ARTIST/ACTIVIST LEO HERRERA
This event is free to the public.
Watch live on Film Forum’s YouTube channel.
Co-Presented with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
Photo © Patrick McPheron
|Chris McKim is an Emmy winning documentary filmmaker & TV producer. Starting his career at Miramax Films, he once hit Harvey Weinstein in the head with a door. He helped create the hit series RuPaul’s Drag Race as show runner and EP of the first 4 seasons. In 2016 he co-directed & produced the Emmy-winning documentary Out of Iraq and most recently directed & produced Freedia Got a Gun which was selected for the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival along with Wojnarowicz.|
|Dave Stanke has been editing documentary and reality television for over 20 years, beginning with multiple seasons of MTV’s The Real World. Other fun projects include being Supervising Editor on MTV’s Making The Band, NBC’s Average Joe and Fox’s The Simple Life. Recently, he co-edited the Emmy-winning documentary Out of Iraq as well as Freedia Got a Gun. His latest projects are Wojnarowicz, a 2020 Tribeca Film Festival selection, and is currently lead editor on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.|
Photo © Jose Guzman Colon
|Leo Herrera is a Mexican writer, activist and filmmaker. His work focuses on the American queer experience. His short films explore LGBTQ culture, politics and history, paying homage to our past and educating a younger generation. Leo is the director of Fathers, a sci-fi documentary and multimedia project which imagines the AIDS pandemic never existed and a generation lived to change the world. Fathers weaves real-life events, survivor histories and fiction, creating a surreal vision of an alternative universe (streaming now at iftheylived.org). Leo’s viral “essay memes” explore queerness, race, Covid and HIV stigma, and can be found on Instagram @herreraimages.|
Established in 1983 as a result of the AIDS crisis, New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center has grown and evolved over the last four decades, creating and delivering services that empower people to lead healthy, successful lives. The Center continues to serve the LGBTQ community through virtual support services, launched almost immediately after our building closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We offer a wide range of services including virtual one-on-one counseling; substance use treatment and support groups; virtual youth drop-in space; online arts and culture programming; health insurance navigation; and a virtual “front desk” open five days a week to respond to community inquiries. To learn more about how The Center is serving the community during this time, please visit gaycenter.org.