The Daily Life of Mistress Red
Director Peshawn Bread is a screenwriter and director from the Penatʉkʉ (sugar eater) and Yapurʉka (root eater)
Director Peshawn Bread is a screenwriter and director from the Penatʉkʉ (sugar eater) and Yapurʉka (root eater) bands of the Comanche tribe. Her writing focuses on Indigenous women, sexuality, and humorous experiences. She will screen her film and participate in a discussion directly after the film screening.
The Daily Life of Mistress Red is a mockumentary that explores the world of kink, native women, and defeating white supremacy. Marie Callingbird is a Native fashion boutique owner and Mistress Red part-time. Mistress Red is a dominatrix for hire who takes the effects of racism, sexism, and colonization into her own hands by educating white supremacists through pleasure. This project focuses on issues within the circle of indigenous women, racism, and the acceptance of sexuality.
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm View in my time
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