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KINGS, QUEENS & IN-BETWEENS

(NR) Five Sisters Productions - 90 min
  • DIRECTOR: Gabrielle Burton
  • STARRING: Andrew Levitt (Nina West)- Former National Entertainer of the Year, Becky Harrison (The Reverend Roy Rogers), Chris (Virginia West), Liz Balk (Cool Ethan), JAC Stringer (Midwest Gender Queer), Erin Morton (Akasha O'Hara Lordes), Sile Singleton (Luster Dela Virgion), Julia Applegate, Liv Gjestvang

SHOWTIMES 03/03/2017 (change date):

Synopsis:

Through the compelling stories of 8 performers in the thriving drag scene of Columbus, Ohio, KINGS, QUEENS, & IN-BETWEENS dives into the next frontier -- the often misunderstood topic of “gender” itself. With humor and pathos, KQIB makes a complex subject approachable for mainstream audiences -- inviting viewers into a conversation about the distinct differences between gender, sex, and sexuality that has not been represented in film before. Notably, KQIB is the first film to include the entire gender performance range: drag kings, queens, trans performers, and in-betweeners. KQIB draws the viewer in to a crucial discussion in current events about human rights, experience — and ultimately about identity itself.

Producers: Five Sisters Productions (Maria Burton, Jennifer Burton, Ursula Burton, Gabrielle Burton, & Charity Burton) 

 http://www.fivesisters.com/

 

Website http://www.kingsqueensinbetweens.com

Instagram  @KQIBfilm        #kqib     #beyondgenderboundaries     #dragisnodrag

Twitter @KQIBfilm

Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/KingsQueensInBetweens/

 

Grand Jury Prize — Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival

Best Feature Documentary at the Newark Film Festival

 “An exceptional documentary.” – Cleveland Plain Dealer

 

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Excellent movie and important

February 16, 2017
Addresses current events issues and topics of gender, sexuality, and biological identity. Impressive how it offered up many opinions and voices and topics. The diversity and lack of authoritative voice in this film was refreshing and really well done. Engaging, and covers so many topics. I loved it.