THE PEOPLE’S JOKER – Review by Justina Walford

I firmly believe in the quote, “What is most personal is most universal.” Nothing proves my point more than watching dark, absurdist superhero satire where I’ve only watched half the movies referenced and chuckling like I’m watching my own home videos. Vera Drew did precisely that with The People’s Joker.

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SEE YOU THEN (SXSW 21) – Review by Leslie Combemale

Trans writer/director Mari Walker’s first narrative feature is a confessionalist character study called See You Then, a story that takes place largely over one evening between two people with a complicated history seeing each other for the first time in over a decade. the film is an unusual drama in both subject matter and representation, and it is told by a voice too often silent in films about trans issues. Here’s hoping it finds a larger audience and wider distribution.

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