Sex, Politics, and Sticky Rice
Directed by Tina Takemoto
From protests to potlucks and even three-ways, filmmaker Tina Takemoto sheds light on an overlooked aspect of LGBT history. Stories are told and experiences are recounted from five of the first generation of Asian Pacific Islander queer activists from the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1980s.
Producer: Tina Takemoto
Shorts / 78 minsFrom a Filipino immigrant struggling with her undocumented status in the United States in order to live as an out lesbian to a child’s point of view on the much debated subject of marriage equality, these narratives and documentaries collectively broaden the scope of what it means to be queer.
In This Program: 100 Crushes Chapter 6: They, Deconstructing My Depression, Distance Between, Finger Running, My Beautiful Resistance, Operation Marriage, Ordinary Family, Sex, Politics, and Sticky Rice