Bloodsisters

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Michelle Handelman

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1995

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USA

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Documentary

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77

mins

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English without subtitles

TW:

explicit sexual content

Twenty-five years after its release, this groundbreaking documentary is still important. From pushy bottoms to macho femmes, eight self-described leather dykes tell about the S/M culture in San Francisco. With a DIY approach akin to contemporary activism, 'Bloodsisters' is an in-depth A-Z documentary that smashes norms about gender and lesbian sexuality while broadening the discussion about personal sexual expression and their political implications.

DIRECTOR

Michelle Handelman

Michelle Handelman

Screenings

DATE+TIME

Wednesday 28 October

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21:15

The Cinematheque—Benjamin

Bloodsisters

Twenty-five years after its release, this groundbreaking documentary is still important. From pushy bottoms to macho femmes, eight self-described leather dykes tell about the S/M culture in San Francisco. With a DIY approach akin to contemporary activism, 'Bloodsisters' is an in-depth A-Z documentary that smashes norms about gender and lesbian sexuality while broadening the discussion about personal sexual expression and their political implications.

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Screenings

Wednesday 28 October

·

21:15

The Cinematheque—Benjamin