Exposure is an experimental documentary that intersects concerns of race, sexuality and cultural identity. A searching dialogue between two lesbians of colour (Japanese-Canadian and Afro-Caribbean) ruminates on their respective cultural identities and histories.
SELECTED FESTIVAL SCREENINGS
BERLIN International Film Festival (Germany), 1991
FESTIVAL OF FESTIVALS (Toronto) 1991 part of "5 Feminist Minutes"
MONTREAL International Women's Film, 1991/5th LONDON Women's Film
FRAMELINE SAN FRANCISCO & *TOKYO International Lesbian/Gay Festival
HAMBURG Short Film Festival/OUT ON SCREEN -Vancouver
MIXX New York CHICAGO/MELBOURNE/HALIFAX/VANCOUVER International Film Festival
CORK Film Festival (Scotland)/BIRMINGHAM Film and Television Festival (England)
Women's Film at NATIONAL GALLERY (Ottawa)/INSIGHT:Women's Festival Edmonton
HALLWALLS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER, Buffalo
"Asian Revisions' Festival, Harbourfront/ *"Cultures Canada"
Canadian Feminist Films National Arts Center/ *KINGSTON International Festival
Race To The Screen, EUCLID THEATER, (Toronto)
I Am Your Sister Festival, honouring Audre Lorde, Boston
ATLANTIC CANADA TOUR (CFMDC)/ DALLAS Film Festival
NEW BRUNSWICK FILMMAKERS CO-OP/ OUT & OUT (Portland)
National Film Board Of Canada's JOHN SPOTTEN THEATRE
CINEMATHEQUE ONT: LIFT 7 BY 7 screening
CORNELL CINEMA (California)/ Maine International Festival
"The Fruit Machine : "A retrospective of Film & Video by Canadian Lesbians/Gays & Bisexuals 1957-1994 at Cinematheque Ontario, curated by Tom Waugh