Ecosexual lovers Beth Stephens and her wife, queer iconic Annie Sprinkle, decide to save the mountains of West Virginia from the effects of coal mining. And what better to take on the Made-in-USA mining industry than humour, a hint of provocation and a love for nature, in the true sense of the term ? An ecosexual-political film, perfect for Pink Screens, about a new form of highly-effective sexual activism with beautiful portrayals of activists and a wedding ceremony in the sublime Appalachian Mountains. An impertinent must-see ! Annie Sprinkle is a queer icon and a leader of the sex positive feminist movement. Her films, « Annie Sprinkle’s Herstory of Porn » and « The Sluts & Goddesses Video Workshop : Or How to Be A Sex Goddess in 101 Easy Steps »,are women’s sex film classic, Together with Elizabeth Stephens, an artist, activist and professor they work on Sexecology, and after showing their work to numerous museums and galleries they will be at Pink Screens to discuss it with us !
En collaboration avec / In samenwerking met : Bozar / Aeroplastics / Sophia asbl /// Invités - Samenwerkinh met /// Annie Sprinkle Beth Stephens