This short documentary takes a look at the female and in particular the queer hip-hop scene in Montreal. Three artists talk about their passion for music and about what making hip-hop signifies for their own identity — because it always means having to resist transphobia and homophobia.
- Filmschool: INIS, Institut National de l'Image et du Son, Montréal
- Duration: 11 Min.
INSEMNOPEDY I: THE DREAM OF VICTOR F.
THE FATHER I KNEW
With: Naïka Champaïgne, Icky Magdala, Samatha Hinds
Director of Photography: Myriam Tadi Farsaoui
Film Editor: Dominique Sicotte
Composer: Stéphane Carreau
Sound: Julia Innes
Producer: Jean-Baptiste Phania
Production Company: INIS, Institut National de l'Image et du Son, Montréal
Director: Luis Peinado
Luis Petranko is a documentary filmmaker and photographer from Nuevo León in Mexico. He studied photography and cinematography there as well as in Cuba. He is currently a director, documentary photographer, and producer of commercials.