Award winning filmmaker ANDREA MEYERSON and renowned standup comedian VICKIE SHAW will join 2016 QCinema’s Lesbian Film Festival opening night for the Southwest Premier of CLAMBAKE.
QCinema’s 5th Lesbian Film Festival will feature two southwest premiers – CLAMBAKE and ToY; and one North Texas premier – Vickie Shaw: I’m Not Your Role Model.
Vickie Shaw and Andrea Meyerson in attendance.
Dir. Andrea Meyerson | 2015 | USA | 95 min
CLAMBAKE is an exciting new documentary from award-winning filmmaker Andrea Meyerson, charting the growth of Women’s Week in Provincetown, from its inception to the thriving, exciting lesbian mecca it is today. The film will take viewers on a 30-year journey through archival footage and photos, interviews with celebrities and organizers, current event coverage and performances, offering a historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish.
Vickie Shaw: I’m Not Your Role Model
North Texas Premiere
Vickie Shaw in attendance.
Dir. Andrea Meyerson | 2014 | USA | 89 min
A Hysterical romp into the world of comedian Vickie Shaw, both on and off stage. A rare and revealing look into Vickie’s private life and what it takes to gear up for her sold-out show in Hollywood, California.
Welcome to League City, Texas where you’re invited to spend a few days with Vickie and her family! Come on in, grab a drink and make yourself at home while hanging out with Vickie, her partner Sgt. Patch, her kids, grand babies and of course, the dogs!
Dir. Patrick Chapman | 2015 | USA | 94 min
ToY is the story of a young, wealthy, talented but naive artist named Chloe (Briana Evigan). She inherited not only her late mother’s wealth, but also the thing that took her mother’s life and which she’s desperate to keep secret.
Chloe’s newest work leads her to Kat (Kerry Norton), a beautiful but aging call girl. As Kat’s career options grow more desperate, and as Chloe fights her own demons, the two women grasp on to each other, offering each other second chances while trying to escape their inevitable decline.