List of Screenings

Luscious (2006)

2011. El Lugar Sin Limites, Festival de Cine LGBT, Ecuador

April 19, 2009. GenderPlay at the Movies at Macha Theater in West Hollywood, part of the exhibit Genderplay in Lesbian Culture at One Archives Gallery and Museum 

2009. Ottawa International Festival of Animation 

2008. Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival 

October 10-11, 2008. Freewaves Hollywould Festival at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions

2008. Madrid’s International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, LESGAICINEMAD

November 7-14, 2008. 3rd International Festival of Erotic Animation at MAM Rio, Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

2006. HTTL:// Hacking The Timeline, 18th Street Arts Center Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

ca 2006. Finalist for the Channel 4 (England) animated logo contest.

Distribution: Moviola short film channel in Canada

Who Needs Hollywood! (2000)

March 10, 2016. Echo Park Film Center as part of EZTV For You and Me.

September 24 – March 23, 2011. Collaborations Labs: Southern California Artists and the Artist Space Movement at the 18th Street Arts Center gallery. This show is part of the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980.

February 11, 2001. Triangle Television in New Zealand on as part of the Triangle Television LGB International Film and Video Festival. Triangle Television is New Zealand’s first non-commercial regional TV station.

November 15-19, 2000. Mix 2000: The 14th New York Lesbian & Gay Experimental Film/Video Festival as part of the Time Warp Video Program. Located in a transformed space at Anthology Film Archives, Time Warp represents diverse works that contribute and express important issues in the queer community. Time Warp is an attempt to highlight works to be “transported” into the new millennium.

August 18, 2000. Chicago Underground Film Festival.

August 13, 2000. Hollywood! screens followed by a live performance of a 5-10 minute one act, two-character play. Filmmakers are invited to record the live performance of the play. Glaxa Studios, Silverlake.

July 2000. Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Hollywood! screens with the documentary Benjamin Smoke. Thanks very much to Thom Cardwell and Raymond Murray for a great experience.

February 2000. Sandwiched between women’s coleslaw wrestling and a Super 8 science fiction short, Hollywood! screens twice at the 7th Annual New York Underground Film Festival. Thanks very much to Ed and Wendy for taking a flyer on Hollywood!

Spineless (2006)

June 26, 2013. Tenerife Arts Space, Tenerife, Canary Islands. Presented by Fundación Triángulo Canarias. This LGBT event raises awareness of issues related to Tenerife on sexual orientation and gender identity.

2008. NewFest, New York City.

2008. LesGaiCineMad, Madrid, 2008 (screening at Reina Sofía Contemporary Art Museum & Cultural Bar)

2011. El Lugar Sin Limites, Festival de Cine LGBT, Ecuador.

Distribution: Moviola short film channel in Canada

Terminator Seed (2000)

February 25, 2004. Siskiyou Environmental Film Festival in Ashland, Oregon.

November 4-11, 2003. Best Documentary, Food Section at International SASÀ Film Festival, Italy.

September 4-7, 2003. Zoetropolis Independent Film and Art, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

March 28-31, 2003. Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival. We also presented a workshop on viral distribution (before the age of Youtube).

September 20, 2002. An outdoor garden in downtown Philadelphia at a free event sponsored by DUTV.

ca 2002. Tyneside Radical Film Festival, England.

November 10-13, 2001. Honorable Mention award at Earth Vision, The Santa Cruz Environmental Film Festival.

September 28-30, 2001. The Second Annual Planet In Focus: International Toronto Environmental Film & Video Festival in Toronto.

August 25-26, 2001. The Green Reel Film Festival at Raleigh Studios Hollywood, CA. This is “an opportunity for filmmakers to get their work shown to an appreciative audience and to benefit the rising tide of the Green Party in the USA in general and the Los Angeles area in particular.”

July 28th, 2001. The Los Angeles International Radical Political Film Festival on Saturday night at the Palace Theatre in downtown L.A., a night of political films and performance pieces.

Video on Video program at Saratoga Springs Library.

Seattle and San Diego Indy Media

December 15, 2000. Access(0) Microcinema in Los Angeles along with 6 other shorts dealing with political and social issues. Also screening was Berlin 1930 = LA 2000 by John Mendoza, Ernest Goes to Cali by Alberto Barbozo, Invisible by Jorge Sanches, Can You See the Bull? by David Aguilar and Eclipse of the Sun by Brian Smith.

2000. Appears on as part of rock the vote.

Terminator Seed on television and radio

2001-2002. Free Speech TV, a full-time satellite channel on Dish Network (channel 9415) and a part-time cable network that brings you the best of progressive television nationwide.

WMNF FM radio in Tampa

Community TV in New York City

November, 2001. WETV, The Green Channel, Ottawa, Canada

DUTV televisions in Philadelphia

Yu Eco Radio in Serbia