Be Sure to Catch Holy Trinity at Outfest 2019!

Outfest, LA’s premiere Queer Film Festival starts today and runs through July 28th. That’s ten days of features, shorts, panels, parties, galas and more!

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This year, as part of the Platinum section (the wilder, experimental zone within the greater festival), Molly Hewett’s “Holy Trinity” will have its world premiere. I knew Molly from my Chicago underground scene days, and I’m looking forward to this film with great anticipation. “Holy Trinity” is about a Dominatrix (played by Hewett) who discovers through huffing a magic aerosol, that she can speak to the dead. It is sure to be a visual feast and a raucous good time. If you want to see an example of thriving Queer Underground Culture, Chicago is sure to bring it with this picture. Featuring a plethora of local artists and performers including Heather Lynn, Darling Shear and Imp Queen, the film will screen at Moca Grand on July 19th at 9:30pm. Register to purchase tickets. Tickets are also available for purchase in the stand-by line which is open one hour prior to the show.

Daviel Shy

About Daviel Shy

Daviel Shy an independent scholar, writer, and filmmaker. She has written and directed nine shorts and one feature film, The Ladies Almanack, which premiered at Outfest in 2017 and theatrically at The Roxie Theater in 2018. She taught writing at The Art Institute of Chicago, film at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Profile of a Radical at the Women’s Center for Creative Work in Los Angeles. Her writing has been published in Performance Research Journal, by Dancing Girl Press, WALLS DIVIDE PRESS and on YES She is an avid self-publisher, with over ten years of zines and mini-comics out on the shelves of various book shops, galleries, and as part of the collection at the Edendale Library. She is the founder of Arts of the Analog, an organization that promotes analog art-making, and LMNOP: Lesbian Movie Night Ongoing Project, running since 2011. She is currently in development on her second feature film, a fable of modern end-times in post-tech San Francisco.
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