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Special Presentation

Director Rebecca Heidenberg will be in attendance at the first In-Theater screening to participate in a post-screening Q&A.

Queens Of The Revolution is a portrait of Mejunje, a cultural center in Santa Clara that paved the road for LGBTQ+ rights in Cuba. The film highlights the bravery of people who have fought for their lives and identities for decades. Meandering through the streets of Santa Clara, into the homes of drag performers and on to the stage, the film tells the story of Mejunje through a chorus of voices. This community was violently persecuted but instead of fleeing, they chose to stay and fight for change in the country they love.


Rebecca Heidenberg is an American independent filmmaker and curator. She is also a partner at Dreamsong, an art gallery, residency and cinema in Minneapolis. Her production company is Koan Films and Queens of the Revolution is Rebecca’s debut feature-length film.

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  • Runtime
    80 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    Cuba, United States
  • Premiere
    Florida Premiere
  • Director
    Rebecca Heidenberg
  • Producer
    Rebecca Heidenberg
  • Cinematographer
    Kristen Brown, Rebecca Heidenberg
  • Editor
    Rebecca Heidenberg
  • Music
    Rebecca Heidenberg