Short Films Matter Logo

Plethora

A vibrant experimental film that delves into the tapestry of femme queer culture.
3/5

Review

Maddie Willis and Georgia Kerford’s experimental film is a vibrant exploration of femme queer culture and identity, using pop-culture archival footage as its canvas. With a highly experimental approach to post-production, the film relies on limited dialogue, opting instead for a dynamic interplay of visuals set to music, featuring vivacious editing montages.

The narrative unfolds through carefully curated snippets of past film and TV clippings, providing a compelling portrayal of femme queer identity. The film effectively communicates the essence of being femme queer – a term encompassing those who identify with a non-heteronormative sexual orientation or gender identity while embracing femininity.

Educational and insightful, the film not only showcases the rich tapestry of femme queer culture but also serves as a valuable resource for understanding this multifaceted identity. Willis and Kerford’s use of archival footage adds depth and historical context, creating a visually engaging experience that captures the spirit of femme queer identity. The experimental nature of post-production, coupled with the vibrant music and editing, contributes to a dynamic and impactful exploration of this significant aspect of LGBTQ+ culture.

Plethora Short Femme Queer Film

Specifications

Runtime: 3 min
Country:
Language:
Year:

You may also like...

Search