Some voices in the film use the lens of ecosexuality, whereas others use the lens of science. But all of them are trying to find ways to keep water clean and accessible. Because of this, almost all of the people in the film are concerned with justice. — Beth Stephens
Join filmmakers and partners Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens in conversation following a fundraising online screening of WATER MAKES US WET—AN ECOSEXUAL ADVENTURE, which will benefit future programming at Highways.
The event includes pre-show music by Jimi Cabeza de Vaca and Nora Keyes, an introduction by John Fleck, Highways director-curator Leo Garcia, and Film Maudit curator Patrick Kennelly, a conversation with Fleck about the documentary John Fleck is Who You Want Him to Be, and a proclamation by Kristina Wong. Performing participants following the film include Balitrónica and a presentation of Manifesto by Guillermo Gómez-Peña.
See link below for details.
Available from Saturday, January 23.
6 pm on the West Coast; 9 pm East Coast.
From top: Beth Stephens (left) and Annie Sprinkle, courtesy and © the artists; Water Makes Us Wet (2019) poster courtesy and © Juno Films; John Fleck, photograph by Steve Gunther, courtesy and © the photographer and CalArts; Sprinkle and Stephens, courtesy and © the artists.