For our monthly spotlight on overlooked works of American independent cinema, we’re focusing on ’90s DIY maverick Sarah Jacobson, who left behind a bracing body of intimate documentaries, riotous music videos, and a breakthrough feature that is still remarkable for its frank and nuanced portrait of female sexuality.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Sarah Jacobson Film Grant, offered annually to one or more female, transgender, genderqueer, or gender non-conforming filmmakers.
Road Movie or What I Learned in a Buick Station Wagon (1991, 10m)
I Was a Teenage Serial Killer (1993, 27m)
Technicolour Yawn – Fluffy (music video) (1996, 3m)
The Fabulous Stains: Behind the Movie (1999, 11m)
Bra Shopping (2002, 11m)
High School Reunion (2003, 16m)
Followed by a discussion with filmmakers Mary Harron (American Psycho), Elisabeth Subrin (A Woman, A Part) and critic Ed Halter (Light Industry)