Get ready for impact. Our two newest documentary films, Wojnarowicz: F—k You F-ggot F—ker and Freedia Got a Gun will both premiere at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival in April.
Check out your first look at the posters below!
Wojnarowicz: F—k You F-ggot F—ker
Wojnarowicz: F—k You F-ggot F—ker follows the life of renowned painter, photographer, writer, filmmaker, performance artist, songwriter/recording artist, and outspoken AIDS activist, David Wojnarowicz, who captivated Downtown New York and the art world throughout the late ’70s and ’80s, until his death in 1992 (age 37).
The must-see masterpiece is directed by Emmy Award-winning director, Chris McKim (who previously worked on Emmy Award-winning film, Out of Iraq), and produced by McKim, Fenton Bailey, and Randy Barbato. The cast includes David Wojnarowicz, Fran Lebowitz, Peter Hujar, Kiki Smith, Richard Kern, Nan Goldin, Carlo McCormick, and 3 Teens Kill 4.
Freedia Got a Gun
Freedia Got a Gun depicts gun violence in New Orleans through the eyes of bounce music legend, Big Freedia, who has been on a quest to discover the causes of gun violence, exploring its intersections with race and toxic masculinity. The film also includes narratives from mothers, fathers, and children who have also been personally affected by gun violence.
The film is directed by Chris McKim, produced by Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, and McKim, and executive-produced by Charles M. Blow.
Tickets for both films will go on sale on March 17th at 11 a.m. ET. You don’t want to miss out! Click here to learn more.