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Masculinity/Femininity (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography | 23 March 2015 (USA)
Masculinity/Femininity is an experimental film project interrogating normative notions of gender, sexuality and performance. Shot primarily on Super 8, the project merges academic and ... See full summary »

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Russell Sheaffer

Writers:

Michele Aaron, Pulkit Datta (screenplay editor) | 20 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Michele Aaron Michele Aaron
John Greyson John Greyson
Jack Halberstam Jack Halberstam
Barbara Hammer Barbara Hammer
Eileen Myles Eileen Myles
Pratibha Parmar
B. Ruby Rich
Carolee Schneemann Carolee Schneemann
M.M. Serra M.M. Serra
Susan Stryker Susan Stryker
Juan Suarez Juan Suarez
Yvonne Tasker Yvonne Tasker
Kenneth Thomas Kenneth Thomas
Monika Treut
Chris Vargas Chris Vargas
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Masculinity/Femininity is an experimental film project interrogating normative notions of gender, sexuality and performance. Shot primarily on Super 8, the project merges academic and creative critique -- a document of gender de-construction rather than a documentary about gender construction. Written by Anonymous

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USA | Canada

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English

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23 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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Artless Media See more »
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Just be true to yourself
13 April 2015 | by abcvisionSee all my reviews

What drew me to the movie Masculinity/Femininity was that James Franco was in it. As I watched it, I learned it was a continuation of a previous project Franco was involved. This movie explores what it means to be masculine and feminine. I explores the meaning and how individuals identify with. It follows several individuals from varying backgrounds but is told in a way as if they were acting about how they felt. The movie feels raw and exposed but in the end it gives you a compassion for these characters. In essence we all are both masculine and feminine. I saw this movie as part of the 2015 Atlanta film festival.


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