Film:  Video Shorts

"Rent-A- Crip" (2014)

DESCRIPTION

Rent-A-Crip is a satirical take on the widespread practice of befriending people with disabilities for socially correct ends.  Rent-A-Crip advertises the services various  crips will provide for a feeundefinedfrom being used as photo op props for politicians trying to make comebacks, to hiring out to the chronically impatient who want to cut in line at Disney World and the movies. 

NATIONAL

Superfest.  November 14 and 15, 2015, SanFrancisco, California.

LOCAL SHOWING

Queer as Faust VII Cabaret. June 20-21, 26-27 and 28, 2014.

"License to Quill" (2013)  

DESCRIPTION

License to Quill is a feminist Shakespearean rap performed by Shakespeare and three of his most famous feminist creations –Juliet, Ophelia and Lady MacBeth, complex characters all.  As they say, “Aint no bitch like a Shakespeare bitch!”  (2013)

LOCAL SHOWING

A Faustful of Dollars. March 21-22 and 27-29, 2014

"THE OFFICE SWEATER" (2012) (6:37)
Diane Wilkins Productions/Faust Films. Written by Jeff Gray. Directed by Diane Wilkins and Terry Galloway.  Produced by Terry Galloway, Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins.  Starring Nancy Lang, Stacey Abbott and the voice of Sam Atwood.

DESCRIPTION

Campy, mock horror short exploring the history of that article of clothing often left behind in the workplace. 

NATIONAL SHOWING

North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, August 10-19, 2012.

"PERFORMANCE OF DROWNING" (2011)  (9:42)

Too Much Fun Productions/Faust Films.  Animation/Soundtrack by Jeanette Castillo.  Written and Narrated by Terry Galloway. Co-produced by Jeanette Castillo, Donna Marie Nudd and Terry Galloway.

DESCRIPTION

On a trip to 'Crippled Children's Camp' Terry Galloway falls for the deep end swimming instructor, nearly drowning as she learns to perform her newly-discovered queer, disabled identity.

INTERNATIONAL SHOWINGS

Tel Aviv, Israel. (2013)

Milano, Italy. (2013)

Rio de Jandeiro, Brazil. (2013)

Mezipatra International Film Festival, Prague, Czech Republic,  4-8 November 2012; Bron Czech Republic, 16-22 November 2012.

DaDa Fest Film Shorts.  FACT, The Box.  Liverpool, England, UK 21 August 2012.

Hamburg International Queer Film Festival. Hamburg, Germany. 16-21 October 2012.


Frameline 36:  San Francisco International GLBT Film Festival.   San Francisco, CA 17 June 2012.

NATIONAL SHOWINGS

Michigan Women's Music Festival, Grand Rapids, MI, 2013

Spokane, GLBT Festival. Spokane, WA. 4 November 2012.

25th Annual Austin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  3- 7 October 2012.

10th Annual Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival  2012.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.  28 September- 7 October 2012.

Fort Lauderdale Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Fort Lauderdale, FL. 4-7 October 2012.

 October Art, Inclusion: Disability, Design, Curation.  University of California. Irvine, CA.  19 June 2012


Breckenridge Festival of Film: 32nd Annual.   Breckenridge, CO.  7-10 June 2012.

Fusion Film Festival.  Los Angeles, CA. 3 March 2012.

Broadcast Educational Association. Las Vegas, NV.  15-22 April 2012. 

Outfest Film Festival.  Los Angeles, CA. 12-22 July 2012

National Communication Association.  New Orleans, LA.  20 November 2011.

Outrageous Film Festival (20),  Santa Barbara, CA. 20-23 October 2011.

8th Annual Cinema Touch Disability Film Festival, Alamo Draft House, Austin, TX.  22-23 October 2011.

6th Annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  Raleigh-Durham,
NC. 3 showings, August 11, 12 & 13th, 2011.

LOCAL SHOWING

Sociologists for Women in Society, Tallahassee, FL. 9, November 2011.

Selections from Mickee Faust’s Gimp Parade DVD.(2012)

Description:  Presentation of  “I Know Why the Caged Rats Sing,” “Annie Dearest: The Real Miracle Worker,”  “The Scary Lewis Yellathon.”  And other video shorts from Mickee Faust’s Gimp Parade

INTERNATIONAL SHOWING

Liverpool, England (2012)

DEAF RELAY:  AT YOUR SERVICE."  (2010)  (4:00)

Diane Wilkins Productions/Faust Films.  Directed by Diane Wilkins and Jeanette Castillo.  Assistant Direction by Jessica Tice.  Produced by Donna Marie Nudd.  Executive Producer, Diane Wilkins.  Written by Joshua Potter.  Adaptation by Jeanette Castillo.  Camera/Editing by Diane Wilkins. Special Effects by Jeanette Castillo.  Production Assistants--Russ Castillo and Nancy Lang. Starring Ben Gunter, John Herd and Erin Schmidt. 

DESCRIPTION

Key words get lost in translation as a right-wing congressman makes a phone-sex call using the deaf relay service.

INTERNATIONAL SHOWINGS

Extra and Ordinary People.  Namur, Belguim.  December 2013.

Melbourne Queer Film Festival.  Melbourne, Australia.  15-25 March 2012.

NATIONAL SHOWING

Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Long Island, NY.  13 November 2011.

National Communication Association.  New Orleans, LA.  20 November 2011.

Sacramento Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  Sacramento, CA. 13-15 October 2011.

San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  Victoria Theatre. San Francisco, CA. 21 June 2011.

Picture This. . Film Festival.  Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  18 February 2011.

15th annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  2 Showings.  12-15 August 2010.

ACADEMIC SHOWING

Potter, Joshua, presenter. Graduate Spotlight Performance Hour. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Carbondale, Illinois. 11 September 2010.

LOCAL SHOWING

Queer as Faust III Cabaret, 18-19 and 25-26 June 2010.

"REVENGE OF THE RAT BASTARD BROTHER" 

Written and Directed by Jeanette Castillo.  Starring members of the Mickee Faust Club.

DESCRIPTION

The bitter, bastard brother of a world-famous Mouse seeks his revenge when members of the weird community take over the airwaves, if only for a moment!

INTERNATIONAL SHOWING

Abilities First Festival, Toronto, Canada,   2012.

5th International SURGE (Social Uprising Resistance and Grassroots Encourage) Film Festival. Portland, Oregon, 12 March 2011.

"GATHERING STORM" (2009) (x:00)

Written by Susan Gage.  Co-directed by Diane Wilkins and Jeanette Castillo. Diane Wilkins Productions/Mickee Faust Films.  Produced by Jeanette Castillo. Starring members of the Mickee Faust Club.

DESCRIPTION

A madcap parody of the anti-gay marriage ad released by the National Organization for Marriage.

NATIONAL SHOWINGS
14th annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  2 Showings.  15-16 August 2009.

"SPECIAL FORCES"  (2009) (x:00)

Written by Sam Atwood.  Produced by Too Fun Productions and Mickee Faust Films. Directed by Jeanette Castillo and Sam Atwood. Editing and Special Effects by Jeanette Castillo.   

DESCRIPTION
Breaking Television New:  Dept of Homeland Security combines with Dept. of Rehabilitative Services!

NATIONAL SHOWINGS
Galloway, Terry and Donna Marie Nudd, presenters.   Disability Studies Program. University of Toledo. Toledo, Ohio. 19 November 2009.
Galloway, Terry and Donna Marie Nudd, presenters.   Department of Disability and Human Development.  University of Illinois. Class in Disability and Film.  Chicago. 16 November 2009.

LOCAL SHOWING
Haunted Faust, 2009

"DISABILITY FACTOR" (2008) (14:00) 

Written by Derek Barton.  Co-directed by Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Produced by Diane Wilkins Productions/Mickee Faust Films, Kathy Lynch and Danielle Holbrook.  Associate Producers: Diane Wilkins, Donna Marie Nudd and Carrie Sandahl. Production Assistant: Danielle Holbrooke. Camera/Editor/Special Effects: Diane Wilkins. Starring Jimmers Micallef, Mickey Dutey, Terry Galloway, Dona Milinkovich, Sam Atwood, and Lori Violette.

DESCRIPTION

An exciting reality game show in which the disabled-competing for the Grand Prize of the right to die-are pitted against each other in a series of Catch 22 challenges. Hosted by dashing Tourette's "survivor" Top Mostly, and senile co-host Vanna Grey.

SHOWINGS

A Faust We Can Believe In.  Mickee Faust Club. Railroad Square. Tallahassee, FL.  3-4, 10-11, and 17-18 October 2008.

OTHER REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SHOWINGS

"Disability Factor" is included in the compilation DVD Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade. (For additional showings, see Film: DVD.)

"I KNOW WHY THE CAGED RATS SING" (3:00)  & "I KNOW WHY THE CAGED RATS SANG" (2:00) (2008)

Written by Terry Galloway, Rand Metcalf and Jeanette Castillo.  Co-directed by Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Diane Wilkins Productions/Mickee Faust Films. Co-produced by Donna Marie Nudd, Jeanette Castillo and Diane Wilkins. Edited by Jeanette Castillo. Starring Faustkateers with and without disabilities and Pickles, the amazing wonder dog.

DESCRIPTION

Opening and closing video shorts on Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade which establish the diverse membership of the Mickee Faust company. 

NATIONAL SHOWINGS

Galloway, Terry and Donna Marie Nudd, presenters.   Disability Studies Program. University of Toledo. Toledo, Ohio. 19 November 2009.

Galloway, Terry and Donna Marie Nudd, presenters.   Department of Disability and Human Development.  University of Illinois. Class in Disability and Film.  Chicago. 16 November 2009.

OTHER REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SHOWINGS

"I Know Why the Caged Rats Sing" and "I Know Why the Caged Rats Sang" are included in the compilation DVD Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade. (For additional showings, see Film: DVD.)

 

"RATS & ROACHES" (2008) (1:00)

Conceived by Sam Atwood.  Directed by Diane Wilkins. Diane Wilkins Productions/Mickee Faust Films. Co-produced by Sam Atwood and Diane Wilkins. Camera/Editing by Diane Wilkins. Starring Faustkateers with and without Disabilities.

DESCRIPTION

Faustkateers share pipe dreams after a performance. 

NATIONAL SHOWING

"The Gimp Parade." Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre, Chicago. IL 21 March 2010

"PROFESSOR RINGER ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS ON: ETHICS" (2008) (5:00)

Written by Derek Barton.  Co-directed by Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Diane Wilkins Productions/Mickee Faust Films. Produced by Danielle Holbrook.  Assistant Producers--Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Camera/Editor/Special Effects--Diane Wilkins. Make Up by Kathy Lynch.  Powerpoint by Derek Barton.  Photography by Beatrice Queral. Starring Derek Barton, Isabelle Potts and Cora, the hamster.

DESCRIPTION:

Professor Saul Ringer takes on the tricky topic of ethics and euthanasia.  In an easy-to-follow lesson, the Professor shows us the proper way for deciding when and if our loved ones need to be ushered out of existence.

LOCAL SHOWING

"Behind the Scenes: A Glimpse Into the Making of Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade." Dept. of Communication, Florida State University, 24 October 2008.

NATIONAL SHOWINGS

"The Pleasure and Perils of Parody."  Society for Disability Studies. Philadelphia, PN. 3 June 2010.

"Co-P." Annie May Swift Studio Theatre. Northwestern University.  Evanston, IL. 22 January 2010.

"Professor Ringer" is included in the compilation DVD Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade. (For additional showings, see Film: DVD.)

 

"DIS(ASTER)ABILITIES: SPECIAL NEEDS FOR SPECIAL TIMES." (2007) (6:10) 

Written by Sam Atwood, Carrie Sandahl, Terry Galloway. With Additional Dialogue by Dona Milinkovich. Directed by Diane Wilkins, Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd. Produced by Donna Marie Nudd, Diane Wilkins Productions and Mickee Faust Films. Editing and Special Effects by Diane Wilkins. Stills by Beatrice Queral and Donna Betts. Starring Sam Atwood, Terry Galloway, Deneyce Roberts, Carrie Sandahl Donna Marie Nudd and Lori Violette.

DESCRIPTION

Parody of Corporate Training Film: "Working together, you and your special needs employees can turn and emergency into a tragedy in three easy steps."

INTERNATIONAL SHOWINGS--COMPETITIVE

"Breaking Down Barriers." Fourth International Disability Film Festival Moscow. 14-17 November 2008.  (Also presented in a minimum of 20 regions of Russia and 7 NIS countries: Armenia, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Byelorussia. http://festival-eng.perspektiva-inva.ru/index.php?25 Accessed 18 August 2008.)

NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SHOWINGS-INVITED

"Shorts."  Disability from Reel to Reel.  VSA Texas. Austin, TX. 25 September 2010.

"Rehearsing Possibilities, Performing Change: People with Disabilities Using
the Performing Arts to Communicate with Policy Makers."  LEND, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago. March 2010.

"AAA: Academics, Advocacy, and the Arts." DHD 595, Interdisciplinary Seminar
in Disability Studies. Univ. of Illinois, Chicago.  Aug. 2009.

"Rehearsing Possibilities, Performing Change: People with Disabilities Using
the Performing Arts to Communicate with Policy Makers." Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Nov.
2009.

"The Gimp Parade." Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre, Chicago. IL 21 March 2010

"Celebrating Our Creativity and Culture: The Ninth Annual Retreat for Disability Activists & Allies." The Leaven Center near Lyons, Michigan. 12 September, 2009

Dept. of Communication Fall 2008 Graduate Research Colloquium Series, Florida State University, Tallahasse, FL. 24 October 2008. 

"Crip Humor in the Florida Actual Lives Project." Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Denver, Colorado. Aug. 1, 2008. (Carrie Sandahl Presenter)

"Disability Shorts. Society for Disability Studies. New York, NY. June 19, 2008.

"Art, Advocacy, and Academics: Rehearsing Possibilities and Performing Change" Dept. of Disability and Human Development. Univ. of Illinois-Chicago. 22 April 2008.

"Involving Artists, Performers, Volunteers, and Staff with Disabilities". Workshop Led by Representatives of AXIS Dance Company and Mickee Faust Club. Council on Culture and Arts.  19 February 2008.

"Changing Perceptions of Disability Through Art," National Communication Association Convention. Chicago Illinois. 17 November 2007.

Rat Droppings: A Tribute to Ingmar Bergman, Tammy Faye Bakker and The Weekly World News. Mickee Faust Clubhouse, Tallahassee, FL. 14-16 September 2007.

OTHER REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SHOWINGS

"Disaster(abilities)" is included in the compilation DVD Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade. (For additional showings, see Film: DVD.)

"MENOPAUSAL GALS GONE WILD." (2007) (4:00) 

Written by Donna Marie Nudd. Produced and Directed by Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Associate Producers/Directors: Kathy Lynch and Dona Milinkovich. Camera/Editor/Special Effects: Diane Wilkins. DVD Covers/Art Director: Donna Betts Production of Mickee Faust Films and DWP.

DESCRIPTION

Take off of late night tv ads for Girls Gone Wild.  In Mickee Faust's version, hot women of a certain age are moved to bare all.

NATIONAL SHOWINGS--COMPETITIVE

"May Shorts Shortcase," Reeling 28: Chicago Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, Chicago, IL. 5-14 November 2009.

The Nigah Queer Festival: Celebrating Sexualities. Delhi, India.  24-25 October 2009.

Reel Affirmations 19: The Nation's LGBT Film Festival. Washington DC.  17 October 2009.

"Best of 2008 Festival Shorts" Pittsburgh Pride Week Event. June 2009. 

19th Annual Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival, May 14-24, May 2009.

Queertopia! 2.0: An Academic Festival.  Northwestern University's Queer Pride Graduate Student Association. Chicago, IL. 1 May 2009.

"Old and New:  Mickee Faust's Comic Video Shorts." In Program Entitled "Subversive, Aggressive, Delightful, and Entertaining:  Feminist Humor's Unconventional Approach to Activist Politics." National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.  23 November 2008.

Reeling 2008: The 27th Chicago Lesbian & Gay International Film Festival, Landmark Theatre. 10 November, 2008

"Lesbian Shorts." Outrageous 2008: Santa Barbara LGBTQ Film Festival, 8 November 2008.

13th Annual Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. October 17-26, 2008.

Pittsburgh International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. 17-26 October 2008.

Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Albuquerque and Santa Fe, NM, 26 September- 2 Oct 2, 2008.

Frameline:  San Francisco's International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. San Francisco, 19 -29, June 2008.

12th North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. In "Lights! Camera! Action! Babes! Women's Artists-in-Attendance Shorts;" Fletcher Hall, Durham, NC: 25 August 2007.

REVIEWS

"Dyke Delights." Film Queen Review. Review by Lincoln Madison. June 2009. http://queerfilm.blogspot.com/2008_06_01_archive.html Accessed 14 January 2010.

"Funny Girls." Review by Sean Bugg. Metro Weekly.  17 October 2009. Accessed 14 January 2010.

WEBSITE

www.menopausalgalsgonewild.com

"BOOT SCOOTIN' BEAUTY" (2007) (4:20)

Music: Jeff Henry.  Lyrics: Susan Gage.  Directed by Diane Wilkins and Dona Milinkovich. Choreography: Mickey Dutey and Sandra Halvorson.  Starring: Jake Brown, Jimmers Micallef and Eclectic Acoustic. Boot Scootin' Beauty make-up by Margeaux. Starring: Jake Brown and and Jimmers Micallef. Production of Mickee Faust Films and DWP.

DESCRIPTION

A country-western music video tells the story of a lovestruck cowboy who meets the girl of his dreams. . . or so he thinks.

SHOWINGS

Queertopia! 2.0: An Academic Festival.  Northwestern University's Queer Pride Graduate Student Association. Chicago, IL. 1 May 2009.

Reel Affirmations: Washington's International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Washington DC, 17 October 2007.

12th Annual Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Seattle, WA: 17 October 2007

Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, In "Expanamusicals!" Program. Regal Arbor Theater. Austin, Texas. 1 October 2007

Fire Island Film and Video Festival. Midnight Munchies Program. New York City. 13 September 2007.

12th North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. In "Lights! Camera! Action! Babes! Women's Artists-in-Attendance Shorts;" Fletcher Hall, Durham, NC: 25 August 2007.

AWARDS

See "Awards."

"WEIMAR HOUSE"  (2007) (11:20) 

Written by Susan Gage.  Directed by Diane Wilkins, Dona Milinkovich, and Susan Gage.  Editing and Special Effects by Diane Wilkins.  Music by Diane Wilkins and Susan Gage.  Produced by Susan Gage, Dona Milinkovich, Isabelle Potts, Diane Wilkins Productions and Mickee Faust Films.  Starring Sandra Halvorson, Ed Tiley, Donna Betts, Sharon Moskowitz, Jef Cantor, Barbara Roberts, Diana Kampert, Susan Gage.

DESCRIPTION

Love conquers all...or does it...in this comedic horror short commenting on the question of gay marriage.

NATIONAL SHOWINGS-COMPETITIVE

Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  Pittsburgh, PA October, 2010.

27th Chicago Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  14 November, 2008.

13th Annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Durham, NC.  14-17 August 2008.

SHOWING--LOCAL

First Friday. Mickee Faust Clubhouse. Tallahassee, FL. 7 December 2007

JUST THE FUNNY BITS, 2006) (13:00)

Written and Performed by Terry Galloway. Directed by Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Produced by DWP/Fifth Business/Faust Films. DWP is Diane Wilkins Productions.

DESCRIPTION

Not quite blind as a bat, but definitely deaf as a doornail, Terry Galloway is the modern medical accident featured in these three comic routines from Out All Night and Lost My Shoes.  (Out All Night, toured nationally and internationally with PS 122 Field Trips and been presented in New York City, London, and Edinburgh and a hundred other cities across the US and Canada.)

PUBLICATION

"Just the Funny Bits." In Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 2:3 (2006). (13:00) http://liminalities.net Refereed.

"CREMMATE MUFFY" (2006) (2:30)

Written by Phil Arcuri, Derek Barton and Susan Gage. Directed by Diane Wilkins. Produced by Diane Wilkins and Faust Films. Starring Susan Gage and Dona Milinkovich.

DESCRIPTION

A lesbian couple who love cats discover a revolutionary new coffee product.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SHOWINGS _

22nd Annual Pittsburgh International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. In" Women's Shorts" Program. Pittsburgh, PA: 23 October 2007.

Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, 2-12 October 2007.

Inside Out: 17th Annual Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival. 17-27 May 2007

2007 Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, 27 April - May 6, 2007.

"CreMate Muffy: MIX XIV, 14h Festival Mix Brasil: De Cinema Video Da Diversdade Sexual. Sao Paulo, 9-19 November 2006: Rio De Janeiro, 21 November -3 December 2006; Brasilia, 30 November -10 December 2006; Niteroi, 24-30 November 2006.

"CremMate: Muffy." Kort Amerikanna (American shorts). Rose Filmdagen Amsterdam , Filmhuis 15 December 2006; Cinema de Balie 18 December 2006.

"Girls Night Out" Program. Reel Pride Michigan. 16 October 2006.

Shorts Program. 11th Annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. 12 August 2006.

NewFest: The 18th New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Film Festival, In She's So Outrageous Program. NYC: 2 July 2006 and 3 July 2006.

"She's So Outrageous" Program. NewFest - NY Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. AMC Loews 34th Street Theatre: 2 and 3 June 2006.

"Dyke Delights" Program. San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. Castro Theatre: 18 June 2006.

"THE SCARY LEWIS YELL-A-THON."  (2004) (13:00) 

Written by Terry Galloway and Carrie Sandahl. Based on an idea from an Actual Lives, Austin, Texas theatre production, 2003. Directed by Donna Marie Nudd and Diane Wilkins. Starring Terry Galloway, Carrie Sandahl, Lori Violette and Sandy Halvorson. DWP/Faust Films. (2004)

DESCRIPTION

"The Scary Lewis Yell-a-thon" is a darkly comic look at televised charity telethons that raise funds to "help" people with disabilities.

PREMIERE SHOWING OF FIRST CUT

Nudd, Donna Marie. "Galloway's Gallows Humor," Grazier Lecture, Communication's Day. Univ. of South Florida. Tampa, FL. 19 April 2004.

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL FESTIVAL SHOWINGS--COMPETITIVE

Portland Disability Art Festival. Portland, Oregon: 19 May 2007.

"Chicago Deaf and Disability Film Festival," an anchor event of the "Bodies of Work: The Chicago Festival of Disability Arts and Culture."  Claudia Cassidy Theatre. Chicago: 26-30 April 2006.

The Disability Rights Movement; Representations in Popular Culture ." University of Alaska Campus. Anchorage, Alaska. 15 March 2006.

"Opening Night Screenings." Brooklyn International Disability Film Festival.  Long Island University. Brooklyn, NY. 22 July 2005.

"Leave the Kids At Home: Films for an Adult Audience," Picture This! Film Festival, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary.  Alberta, Canada 17 February 2005.

"Shorts Programme Seven." 6th Disability Film Festival. The National Film Theatre. London, England. 1-5 December 2004.

"Getting Funny Looks" Program. The Other Film Festival: Melbourne's International Disability Film Festival. Melbourne, Australia. 5 December 2004.

"Laughing With Us: Comedy and Disability" Festival. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. 15-17, October 2004.

NATIONAL AND REGIONAL ACADEMIC SHOWINGS--INVITED

"Shorts."  Disability from Reel to Reel.  VSA Texas. Austin, TX. 25 September 2010.

"The Gimp Parade." Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre, Chicago. IL 21 March 2010

"Looking at You Looking at Me: Manipulating the Ablist, Sexist and Homophobic Dynamics of Staring in Disability Comedy" Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Denver, Colorado. 1 August 2008. (Carrie Sandahl Presenter.)

Short Film Festival featuring "Scary Lewis Yell-a-thon" and films by Jym Davis, Tyler Kinney and Others." Culture Club.  Bowling Green State University. 5 February 2008.

 "Bodies in Commotion: Including Disability in Multicultural Curriculum." Bucknell College. 2006.

Don't Just Stay Home: Cinema Sensibilities on Disability. Film Festival at the University of Oregon Knight Law Center and the Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts (DIVA); University of Oregon, Eugene. 21 April 2005.

"Exploring our Community: History, Culture, Community & Pride, Metropolitan Center for Independent Living," Spruce Tree Building, Minneapolis, MN, 25th February 2005.

"Theatre as Social Justice Education: Representations of Race, Class and Disability Identity." Smith College. 2005.

Nudd, Donna Marie and Terry Galloway (presenters). "Should We Be Laughing at This: Guilty Reactions to New Disability Humor." Plenary Session.

Southern Communication Association Convention. Baton Rouge, LA. 2 April 2005.

Sandahl, Carrie (presenter).  Davidson College. Davidson, NC. 3 December 2004.

Sandahl, Carrie, Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd (presenters). "Act I: 'The Ethics of Accommodation': Disability and Artistic Collaboration." Disability Studies Program. University of Illinois. Chicago, IL. 11 November 2004.

Sandahl, Carrie (presenter). "Talk: Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Contemporary Performance". University of California, Santa Barbara Interdisciplinary Humanities Center.  Santa Barbara, CA.  Oct. 12, 2004

Sandahl, Carrie, Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd (presenters) "The Gimp Parade: Radical Disability Identity and Performance." National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, 2004.

Sandahl, Carrie (presenter). "Dissent and Dialogue: Re-Envisioning Academic and Activist Landscapes." Plenary Arts Event. Society for Disability Studies 17th Annual Conference. St. Louis, MO. 5 June, 2004.

OTHER REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SHOWINGS

"Scary Lewis Yell-a-thon" is included in the compilation DVD Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade. (For additional showings, see Film: DVD.)

AWARDS

See "Awards."

DVD PUBLICATION OF EXCERPT (INVITED)

Excerpted in DVD entitled Disability Takes on the Arts by David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder. Brace Yourselves Productions. 2004.

BROADCAST

No Limits Weekly Community Television Program. (Airs to Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth, Australia; Post March 2005 Pay TV, Aurora, Australia.)

"ANNIE DEAREST: THE REAL MIRACLE WORKER" (2002) (8:20)

Written by Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd. Directed by Terry Galloway and Diane Wilkins. Starring Donna Marie Nudd, Jessica Altomaro and Terry Galloway. DWP/Faust Films. (2001). Re-edited and additional scenes shot, Spring 2002.

DESCRIPTION

Comedy short, black and white parody of classic film, The Miracle Worker, which originally starred Anne Bancroft as Anne Sullivan and Patty Duke as Helen Keller. Parody followed by a mock apologia by Terry Galloway.

PREMIERE THEATRICAL SHOWING

Mickee Faust Superstar. Mickee Faust Club. Railroad Square. 6-7 and 13-14 April 2001.

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL FESTIVAL SHOWINGS-COMPETITIVE

Florence Arts Centre, Egremont, England. 9 and 16 October 2016.

Art Inclusion: Disability, Design, Curation.  University of Calfornnia.  Irvine, CA.  19 June 2012.

"Chicago Deaf and Disability Film Festival," an anchor event of the "Bodies of Work: The Chicago Festival of Disability Arts and Culture."  Claudia Cassidy Theatre. Chicago: 26-30 April 2006.

"Opening Night Screenings." Brooklyn International Disability Film Festival.  Long Island University. Brooklyn, NY. 22-24 July 2005.

Real Pride XI. Imax Theatre.  Winnipeg, Manitoba. 24 November 2004.

"Breaking Down Barriers: II Disability Film Festival. Saluyt Movie

Theatre (Blue Hall). Moscow. 13 November 2004.

Reel Life.  Disability Film Festival. Detroit, MI. 23 October 2004.

"Laughing With Us: Comedy and Disability" Festival. Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY. 15-17, October 2004.

"Queer Looks" Program. 12th International Women's Film Festival Feminale. Cologne, Germany. 8 October 2004.

"First Crush" Program. Berlin Lesbian Film Festival. Berlin, Germany. 8 October 2004.

"Tales of Lust & Camp" Program. 15th Tampa Interantional Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Tampa, FL. 8 October 2004.

Annual Pikes Peak Lavendar Film Festival. Colorado Springs, CO. 19 September 2004.

"Lipschtick" Program. 28th San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. San Francisco, CA. 20 June 2004.

Abilities Festival: Projections Film Festival. University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada. 3-6 June 2004.

Console-ing Passions: International Conference on Feminism, Television, Video, New Media and Audio. Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. 30 May- 2 June, 2004.

"Celebrating Disability Culture" Program.  14th Annual Herland Film and Video Festival.Calgary, Alberta, Calgary, Canada.  4 May 2004.

"Visual Sounds," and "Challenging Films for Adults Only" Programs. Picture This! Film Festival. Rozsa Centre. University of Calgary. Alberta, Calgary, Canada.  10 February 2004 and 11 February 2004.

"Retour D'Image," Paris Disability Film Festival. Paris, France. 5 December 2003. 

"Twisted and Bent" Program. Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Seattle, WA. 18 October 2003.

"Fairy God Monsters" Program. North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Carolina Theatre, Durham, NC. 9 August 2003.

"Wicked Humor" 9th Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Philadelphia, PN. 20 July 2003.

Superfest XXIII, International Media Festival on Disabilities. Pena Cultural Center. Berkeley, CA. 8 June 2003.

"Lifting the Lid" Program. 5th Disability Film Festival. The National Film Theatre. London, England. 9 June 2003.

"Shorts" Program and "Mommie Dearest Roast" Program. 2nd Annual Summer Fruit Festival. Austin, TX. 23-29 June 2002.

ACADEMIC OR CONFERENCE SHOWINGS--INVITED

"Shorts."  Disability from Reel to Reel.  VSA Texas. Austin, TX. 25 September 2010.

"The Gimp Parade." Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre, Chicago. IL 21 March 2010

Culture! Disability! Talent! Superfest Classics. Gaia Arts Center. Berkley, CA. 6 June 2009.

"Disability Audiovisual Festival: A Minute in Someone Else's Life." Teleton Foundation, Santiago, Chile. 18-20 October 2006.

Don't Just Stay Home: Cinema Sensibilities on Disability. Film Festival at the University of Oregon Knight Law Center and the Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts (DIVA); University of Oregon, Eugene. 21 April 2005.

"Exploring our Community: History, Culture, Community & Pride, Metropolitan Center for Independent Living," Spruce Tree Building, Minneapolis, MN, 25th February 2005.

Nudd, Donna Marie and Terry Galloway (presenters). "Should We Be Laughing At This?: Guilty Reactions to the New Disability Humor." Plenary Session.  Southern Communication Association Convention. Baton Rouge, LA. 2 April 2005.

Sandahl, Carrie, Terry Galloway, and Donna Marie Nudd (presenters). "Act I: The Ethics of Accommodation: Disability and Artistic Collaboration,". Disability Studies Program, University of Illinois. Chicago, IL. 11 November 2004.

Nudd, Donna Marie (guest lecturer)."Galloway's Disability Humor." Grazier Lecture. Communication Department, University of South Florida. Tampa, FL. 16 April 2004.

Galloway, Terry (presenter). Gay Shame Conference. Univ. of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 28 March 2003.

Sandahl, Carrie and Terry Galloway (presenters). SDS (Society for Disability Studies). San Francisco, CA. 7 June 2002

Galloway, Terry (presenter). "All Girl Action."  QD (Queer Disability). San Francisco State University. San Francisco, CA. 2 June 2002.

"The Mickee Faust Club Cabaret: Fourteen Years in the Bible Belt Without Buckling Under." National Communication Association. Atlanta, GA. 3 November 2001.

OTHER REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SHOWINGS

"Annie Dearest" is included in the compilation DVD Mickee Faust's Gimp Parade. (For additional showings, see Film: DVD)

ADDITIONAL THEATRICAL SHOWINGS

Faust Video Night. Mickee Faust Clubhouse. Tallahassee, FL  2-3 August 2002.

Mickee Faust Cabaret. Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.  1 February 2003.

REVIEWS

Ansell, Kate.  "The Fifth Disability Film Festival:5-8 June." Rev. of The Fifth Disability Film Festival London, England. 5-8 June 2004

      Ouch: BBC.co.UK, 25 January 2005.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/ouch/features/filmfest.shtml) 

Duncan, Barbara. "Recent Award Winning Disability Films from around the World." Disability World. No21. 21 November-December 2003.

(http://www.disabilityworld.org/11-12_03/arts/films.shtml)

"ON BECOMING A WOMAN" (1999) (8:20)

Written by Dona Milinkovich, Donna Marie Nudd and Terry Galloway. Directed by Diane Wilkins and Dona Milinkovich. Starring Kat Harkness and Sharon Moskowitz. DWP/Faust Films. (1999) Re-edited with additional scenes shot, fall 2001.

DESCRIPTION

"On Becoming a Woman" satirizes views on lesbianism held by many health experts in the 1950's.

PREMIERE THEATRICAL SHOWING

20th Century Faust. Mickee Faust Club. Railroad Square. ll-13, 18-20 November l999.

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL SHOWINGS--COMPETITIVE

Vinokin's 25th Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Turku and Helsinki, Finland, 2016.

National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.  23 November 2008. (See full citation in "Presentation.")

"Stories About Life and Death" Program. Berlin Lesbian Film Festival. Berlin, Germany. 5-10 October 2004.

"Queer Shorts Film Night." Ohio's Out in Akron Film Festival. Akron, OH. 10 October 2003.

"That's Life" Shorts Program, Pink Apple Festival. Zurich, Switzerland. 18 May 2003. In Fraunenfeld, Switzerland, 24 May 2003.

"Lesbian Fashion" Program. Image Film and Video. Atlanta, GA. 15 April 2003.

Immaginaria, International Lesbian Film Festival. Bolona, Italy. 2 March 2003.

"The 10 Rules with Girls' Short" Program, Out Far! Phoenix International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Phoenix, AZ. 14 February 2003

"Twinkle in the Eyes" Program. 11th Turku Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Turku, Finland. 16 November 2002.

"More Lady Lovin'" Program. Long Island Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. NYC, NY. 15 November 2002.

"As Seen on TV" Program. Out Takes: Dallas Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. Dallas, TX. 9 November 2002.

"Lesbiennes au Naturel" and "Nos corps, nos esprits." 14th Annual Lesbian Film Festival Programs. Paris, France. 31 October 2002 and 1 November 2002.

"Her Shorts" Program. 17th Annual Pittsburgh International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Philadelphia, PA. 19 October 2002.

"Fun in Girls Shorts" Program. Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. Tampa, FL. 12 October 2002. 

Delaware Pride Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. Wilmington, DE. 5 October 2002.

"I Love a Wo/Man in Uniform" Program. Image+Nation Festival, Montreal, Canada. 21 September 2002.

7th North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Durham, NC. 8-11 August 2002.

"Nobody's Wife" Program. 8th Annual Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Philadelphia, PA. 20 July 2002.

Preview to American Mullett. 8th Annual Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Philadelphia, PN.19-20 July 2002.

"Shorts" Program. 2nd Annual Summer Fruit Festival. Austin, TX. 23 June 2002.

"Tili Figlie Tili Madri" Program. The 16th Milano-Bologna Lesbian & Gay International Film Festival.  Milano, Italy. 30 May, 2002

"Starlets and Sirens" Program. The 16th London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. London, England. 14 April, 2002.

"It's Dyklarious" Program. The 25th Annual San Francisco Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. San Francisco, CA. 17 June 2001.

LOCAL SHOWING

Faust Video Night. Mickee Faust Clubhouse. Tallahassee, FL  2-3 August 2002.

"JAKE RATCHETT"  (1999) (17:30)

Written by Terry Galloway and Ernest Sharpe. Directed by Diane Wilkins and Terry Galloway. Asst. Direction by Dona Miliknovich and Donna Marie Nudd. Starring Terry Galloway and Valerie Anthony. DWP/Faust Films. (1999). Re-edited 2002.

DESCRIPTION

"Jake Ratchett" is a parody of l940s hard-boiled detective serials and pulp fiction dime novels, featuring the shadowy world of film noir, fast talk, and some not-so-femme fatales. 

PREMIERE THEATRICAL SHOWING

20th Century Faust, Mickee Faust Club, Railroad Square, ll-13, 18-20 November l999.

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL FESTIVAL SHOWINGS--COMPETITIVE

"I Want My Gay TV" Program, Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Long Island, NY. 15 November 2003.

"Playmates and Private Dykes." North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Durham, NC. 9 August 2003.

"Cool Ladies." 9th Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.  Philadelphia, PA. 15 July 2003.

"Looney Lezzies." 27th Annual San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, San Francisco, CA. 29 June, 2003.

ADDITIONAL THEATRICAL SHOWINGS

Faust Video Night. Mickee Faust Clubhouse. Tallahassee, FL 2-3 August 2002.

"TEMPTED"  (1999) (7:20)

Adapted by Terry Galloway, Donna Marie Nudd and Gena Wade from a short story, "Girls in Their Summer Dresses" by Irwin Shaw. Directed by Diane Wilkins. Starring Terry Galloway and Gena Wade. (1999). Re-edited 2003.

DESCRIPTION

"Tempted" follows a lazy Sunday morning breakfast between lovers that soon reveals a study of each woman's view of their relationship.

PREMIERE THEATRICAL SHOWING

Faust Video Night. Mickee Faust Clubhouse. Railroad Square. Tallahassee, Florida. 2-3 August 2002.

NATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL SHOWING--COMPETITIVE

"Battered Boundaries" Program.  9th Annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Durham, NC. 15 August 2004.

"HAIR OF THE MOON" (1994) 

Written by Susan Gage. Starring Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd. Selective Mickee Faust Club members in minor roles. Directed by Diane Wilkins and Dona Milinkovich. Virginia Wolves Productions. (l994, re-edited 2005)

DESCRIPTION

A video parody of the film, Clair of the Moon.

PREMIERE THEATRICAL SHOWING

Gay Pride Film Night.  Leon County Public Library.(l995)

NATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL SHOWING-COMPETITIVE

10th Annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Durham, NC. 11-14 August 2005.

LOCAL FESTIVAL SHOWING

Faust Video Night. Mickee Faust Clubhouse. Railroad Square. Tallahassee, Florida. 2-3 August 2002.

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