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No Straight Lines: Five scrappy queer artists move from the margins of the underground comics scene to mainstream acceptance. SDFF 2022 Jury Award Nominee - Best Feature.

Everyman: A non-binary transman talks about his social transition.

Both are OUTwatch films!

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The road for queer comics from the margins of the underground comics scene to mainstream acceptance was fraught with challenges. No Straight Lines chronicles the journeys of five scrappy LGBTQ artists — Alison Bechdel, Howard Cruse, Mary Wings, Rupert Kinnard, and Jennifer Camper — from their early DIY work to the international stage, and offers a fascinating window into everything from the AIDS crisis to the search for love and a good haircut. 

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  • Year
  • Runtime
    78 mins
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Vivian Kleiman
  • Producer
    Vivian Kleiman and Justin Hall
  • Executive Producer
    Ellen M. Poss, Gerald Herman, Cort Lane, Greg Sirota
  • Cinematographer
    Andrew Black
  • Editor
    Christiane Badgley, Linda Peckham
  • Animator
    Suzanne Slatcher
  • Music
    René-Marc Bini