When You Name Me

Scott Beveridge

1993, 11:00 minutes, colour


This film/video hybrid explores the connections between militarism, HIV phobia and straight iconography in the gay male community. Through the visuals and prose the viewer is exposed to the hypocrisy and violence that exists within ourselves.
At what point do gay men become our own enemy? We face an access to power that forces us to choose between liberation and assimilation, that may ultimately create our own demise.

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