G.I.M.P. Boot Camp is a satirical exploration of how co-filmmaker Danielle Peers navigates between the social expectations of able-bodiedness and disability. Through a dramatic “CRIP Awards” ceremony, an infomercial-style guide to survival, and a touching testimonial from a recovering inspiration addict, G.I.M.P. Boot Camp uses humour to deconstruct the stereotypes of disability.
This trailer introduces the 32-minute KingCrip Productions Documentary "And the Rest is Drag," which xplores gender from the perspective of drag kings who consciously and politically queer their gender, both on and off stage. The video features members of the Alberta Beef and Sir Loins drag king troupes, performance artist T.L. Cowan, and gender theorists Bobbie Nobel and Jack Halbertam.
A short dance-based video-art project by CRIPSiE artists Danielle Peers and Lindsay Eales that explores crip/queer identities, experiences and relationships. This was one of four movement-based vignettes collectively named inter-relationcrips, commissioned by Stage Left Productions as part of their 10th anniversary show Women's Work. Special thanks to Markus Alexander and our Trudeau friends for some of the video snippets.