What defines a gender, a drag performance, a sexual orientation, and what are the expressive and personal boundaries imposed by the assumption of a gay identity? What role does performance play in identity development, and within LGBTQ culture? Do these questions have hard answers? "I AM," a short film by Sara Snyder and Stephen Molldrem, is an exploration of these questions and other themes within the context of queer studies and the cultural politics of identity formation.
I Am was an Official Selection at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth 2010 and part of the Prindle Ethics Symposium 2012.
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