Queer Across Canada

Maureen Bradley

1993, 10:00 minutes, colour, English


Queer Across Canada questions the mediation of lesbianism on TV by looking at the videomaker's experience of appearing on CBC's "Road Movies". Mediation becomes a metaphor for exploring the fluctuation of lesbian identity both on TV and while travelling across Canada. The lesbian self changes and shifts while travelling through different regions. Identity becomes strategic.

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