Queens Of The Revolution is a portrait of Mejunje, a cultural center in Santa Clara that paved the road for LGBTQ+ rights in Cuba and has been a refuge for marginalized people rejected by the State since 1985.
Rebecca is an independent filmmaker currently based in Minneapolis. After studying Communications and Photography at the University of Pennsylvania, she worked as a gallerist and curator for over 10 years and was the Co-Founder and Director of RH Gallery, a multidisciplinary art space in TriBeCa. In 2018, she completed a Master’s Degree in Media Studies at The New School. She was awarded the distinguished thesis award for her short film The Water Children which premiered at Anthology Film Archives in New York. She is currently in development of an experimental short film funded by the Minnesota State Arts Board.
Kristen is an independent documentary filmmaker based in Montreal. Her work in film grew out of a decade of work as a community organizer on projects in Canada and internationally in a range of areas including LGBTQ+ rights, housing rights, community agriculture, music, arts, and advocacy for marginalized communities. Kristen received a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from Concordia University, Montreal. She is currently in the development phase of her next feature documentary, which is being produced by Cinema Politica Productions.