“Join L.M.N.O.P. & Whammy! for a small retrospective of Albertina Carri’s shorts and her erotic feature Las Hijas del Fuego (The Daughters of Fire, 2018). Albertina Carri (b.1973) is a seminal figure of the New Argentine Cinema that burst into prominence in the 1990s. She is that loose movement’s punk voice and anti-establishment consciousness, a rebel artist whose formally bold and wildly diverse films are united by a steadfast intent to rigorously challenge the status quo.”
L.M.N.O.P., the Lesbian Movie Night Ongoing Project, brings you this fabulous night of cinematic gems for queer women and their fans!
Saturday, May 6: Three Films by Albertina Carri: feature film Las Hijas del Fuego (2018), film shorts: Pets (2012) and Barbie Can Also Be Sad (2002), at Whammy! Analogue Media Microcinema, 2514 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90026; doors 7:00pm, 7:30pm screening time; must be 18+ for entry; general admission $10, members $9, no one turned away for lack of funds; enter Whammy! through the rear parking lot, off of side street Rampart Blvd.
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