April 6-10 – Virtual
April 8 at 7PM – BAM
Queering the Canon: FUNERAL PARADE OF ROSES (1969)
This ravishing film follows Eddie, a trans woman navigating a love triangle in the gay bar scene alongside a revolutionary student movement
4k DCP Restoration
Set in the queer underground of 1960s Japan, Toshio Matsumoto’s innovative film follows Eddie, a trans woman (the film debut of legendary entertainer Pîtâ) as she navigates a melodramatic love triangle in the Tokyo gay bar scene alongside a revolutionary student movement.
Filled with self-reflexive humor, Oedipal references, and delightful divas, this ravishing tale of identity bursts with Japanese New Wave aesthetics while blending documentary and experimental techniques to craft a kaleidoscopic phantasm of queer cinema.
In-person tickets include an introduction by Isabel Sandoval
Part of Queering the Canon: Totally Radical
$16 In-Person Ticket | $8 for Members
$30 In-Person All Access Pass | $15 for Members
$18 Virtual All Access Pass | $9 for Members
Streaming films do not include filmmaker Q&A's
Pîtâ, Osamu Ogasawara, Yoshimi Jô