New York: Evening of Short Films by Katrina del Mar
Evening of Short Films by Katrina del Mar
Friday, July 12, 7 pm
Suggested donation $6
Strange Loop Gallery, 27 Orchard St., NY, USA
“Katrina del Mar’s defiantly queer videos offer an exuberant, hyper-stylized sexuality, an unapologetic feminist voice, and often guerilla-style production tactics.
She uses her Lower East Side friends and lovers as punk heroines; and within her girl gang movies a world of strictly female population. Katrina triumphs in the underground, revels in the grit and lathers on the beauty in these short films.” (- Excerpt from the newsletter Leslie-Lohman Museum Recommends, July 2013)
Filmmaker Katrina del Mar interviewed on RUV Icelandic TV
About Katrina del Mar
Katrina del Mar is a New York-based art and commercial photographer, as well as an award winning independent film director. Katrina has been a photographer for over 20 years. As a freelance photographer, her client list includes Sony Music, Island Records, Polygram, V2 Records, London Records, Time Out New York, People Magazine, Alternative Press, Mademoiselle, and the NYPost. Katrina directs and produces independent films and music videos, commercials, short documentaries, reality television segments, and TV for the internet. Her work has been exhibited in group and solo gallery shows, museums, and club installations. Katrina writes, directs and produces award winning queer feminist films as low budget films together with her friends.