Trans filmmaker D'Angelo Madsen Minax returns to his rural Michigan hometown following the death of his infant niece and the wrongful incarceration of his brother-in-law. As he navigates a town steeped in addiction, economic depression, and religious fervor, Madsen creates a relentless portrait of an enduring pastoral family.
D'Angelo Madsen Minax is a multi-disciplinary artist whose works have been exhibited at the European Media Art Festival, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago,... more»
Born in Ecuador, filmmaker Felix Endara produces innovative, justice-oriented media that has screened at venues such as Berlinale, the Whitney Biennial, the New Museum Triennial, DOC NYC, Outfest and... more»
Photo credit: D'Angelo Madsen Minax