Interview Archives — Sissy Screens
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Kajillionaire: An Interview with Miranda July
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Kajillionaire
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Slava Mogutin
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Queering the Map
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Nakhane
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Shakedown
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Ponyboi
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Something To Talk About
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One Land To Another
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What exactly is a Blue Corn Moon?
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Almost Touching

Kajillionaire
Miranda July dedicates her latest film to all the Old Dolios. ...READ MORE

Slava Mogutin: Polaroid Rage
Talking transgression and transcendence with New York-based Russian-American multimedia artist Slava Mogutin ...READ MORE

Queering the Map: An Interview With Lucas LaRochelle
If you haven’t experienced Queering the Map (QTM) it’s an online map of the world which allows people to anonymously plot their own queer story. QTM creator Lucas LaRochelle speaks about the project, which was born from a desire to mark their own queer experiences in a meaningful way ...READ MORE

Nakhane: Hymns for the Apostate
“Anal sex is really under-represented in hymns,” Nakhane Touré muses on stage between songs at his gig a day before our interview. The 32-year-old, London-based musician, actor and novelist should know ...READ MORE

Shakedown: An Interview with Leilah Weinraub
It’s March 2020, and discounted Pornhub Premium has, thus far, occupied your COVID-19 isolation; you clock Shakedown by Leilah Weinraub, the site’s first non-adult film. Suddenly you’re fingers deep in a noir art-doco, boxed inside the legendary L.A. black lesbian club night of the early 2000’s. ...READ MORE

Ponyboi: An Interview with River Gallo
With its neon colour palette, wistful soundtrack and visions of kitsch Americana, Ponyboi feels like a halcyon dream. The nostalgic aesthetic belies the grit of the life of the titular character: a Latinx, intersex sex/laundromat worker from New Jersey. It’s a stylish and accomplished short but what transcends the artistic merit of Ponyboi, is that it’s the first narrative intersex film created by, and starring, an out intersex person ...READ MORE

Something To Talk About: Wynne Neilly
Wynne's portraiture focuses on the development of identity and the complexities of human gender expression ...READ MORE

One Land To Another: Gary Xuguanyu
Gary Xuguanyu is a Beijing-born photographer currently residing in Chicago. His project One Land To Another explores the intersection of race and sexuality via a queer, transnational gaze ...READ MORE

What exactly is a Blue Corn Moon?: An Interview with Anthony Hudson
Have you ever heard the wolf cry to the blue corn moon? No? Neither has multi-disciplinary Confederated Tribes Grand Ronde artist Anthony Hudson. Pocahontas and her florid lunar descriptions are just some of the popular representations of Native American culture that Anthony deconstructs in the solo show Looking For Tiger Lily ...READ MORE

Almost Touching : Yael Malka
Yael Malka's Almost Touching explores how we see and know others, and how we reveal ourselves to strangers, lovers, and friends ...READ MORE