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* THIRD ANTENNA *
A Feature Length Documentary About the Radical Nature of Drag
Upcoming Third Antenna screenings (2002)
4-26:Boston, Ma @ the Berwick Institute(berwickinstitute.com)
4-27:Welseyan College, Middletown, CT
4-28:(watch Drag King Murray Hill's show in Providence)
5-01:see Nomy Lamm read, Toronto, ON
5-02:Toronto, ON, Cynecycle, 129 spadina ave., 9pm
5-10: ABC NO RIO, NYC, benefit for queer jewish group against occupation
A-Space, 4722 Baltimore Ave,1pm,$5+donation
Space 1026, 1026 Arch St,door:7:30, show@8,$5+donation
5-13:Swarthmore Univ., Philadelphia, PA
5-14:Attic:queer youth center, Philadelphia, PA
5-17:Chicago, IL, Univ. of Chicago, gender workshop@4pm
5-18:A-Zone screening, 9pm
5-19:(go see the Gossip in Iowa City)
5-20:Lawrence Public Library Auditorium ,707Vermont St., Lawrence, KS, 6 pm
5-21:TBA, Lawrence, KS
5-22:Rag Tag Cinema, Columbia, MO , 7pm, $3-5
5-23:TBA, Columbia, MO
5-24:New Orleans, LA
5-25:rural tennessee, IDA radical faerie land
end of June:
Los Angeles, CA?
your town? write us!
MAIL: P.O.Box 253,Olympia,Wa,98507
Greetings from the creators of "THIRD ANTENNA, a documentary about the
radical nature of drag."
We completed our movie in the fall of 2001 and are excited to bring it to
new audiences everywhere. It has shown at The Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film
Fest, The International Drag King Extravaganza, and various other venues on
the west coast. If you haven't seen or heard of the the movie we've sent
along our press release to tell you more about it.
We are looking for screenings in the northwest in January, February and
March. In the spring we are headed to the midwest, east coast, and south.
Screenings at colleges are of special interest to us because the potential
audience is different (in some ways) than the filmfest crowd.
Our needs for a screening are these...
...a promoter: This person needs to get the word out so people turn out for
the screening. We will provide you with posters, postcards, press releases,
etc., for you to distribute as needed. The promoter also deals with the
venue, money, equipment, etc.
...a video projector (for either vhs/ntsc or betacam sp format)and sound
system appropriate to the venue. Don't forget someone who knows how to run
...a venue; Size is up to you although...
...we need some $$$! We have not been paid back for our investment in the
film and because coming out to present it takes even more personal time, we
ask that you be able to pay us a minimum of $200 plus travel expenses. If
you have access to college budgets that could pay an appearance fee, as much
as you can get would be greatly appreciated.
...depending on how far you are, we may need a place to stay.
After showing the movie, we would be available for questions from the
audience.In a addition, but only if you are interested, we are also in the
process of developing a hands on drag experimentation/gender theory
discussion/workshop. We will have a variety of options of things to
emphasize during the workshop, depending on the audience. It will be
structured and interactive and will work as an independant piece or in
compliment with the movie, so it can go before or after the screening. Let
us know if you think there would be enough people interested in
More about the movie:
It's running time is exactly 90 minutes
To make a screening happen:
...make sure you can meet our needs and suggest a date.
Thanks for you time and interest. We're looking forward to bringing you
WHO WE ARE_____________________________________________________________
Reno Durham, Freddie Fagula and Hellery Homosex are three drag kings/trans
folk from the Pacific NW who have performed in numerous drag shows around
the USA and in Canada.
Reno Durham was one of the organizers of the First Annual Transgendered Film
Festival 1999 in Olympia, WA and also helped found Gender Machine Works, a
group in Portland, OR providing support and services for Female Assigned
Gender Variant people.
Freddie Fagula cleans houses in Olympia, WA to support his endeavors in the
arts and other community projects. Last year he directed the first Olympia
production of The Transfused, an original rock opera by Nomy Lamm and The
Hellery Homosex was the assistant director and make-up artist for the
original production of The Transfused and she is the author of her zine
"Ring of Fire" which explores issues of disability, gender and sexuality.