Cerise Howard

Cerise Howard

Cerise Howard is a New Zealand-born co-curator of the Melbourne Cinémathèque who co-founded the Czech and Slovak Film Festival of Australia and was its Artistic Director from 2013-2018. A regular commentator on intersections of film, gender, sexuality and other matters, her recent writing on film can be found in Senses of Cinema, on the byNWR website, in the 2017 KVIFF Festival Daily, in a new monograph on Peter Strickland and in a forthcoming one on Bride of Frankenstein. She is a Studio Leader at RMIT University, specializing in incubating film festivals and contesting the canon. Away from film she plays bass for Queen Kong and The HOMOsapiens, a Melbourne-based punk, performance art, queer rock band.

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Image from film "The Skin I Live In" featuring a woman in a mask laying on a table for a cosmetic surgical procedure PROJECTING HORRORS REAL, IMAGINARY AND METAPHORICAL: TRANS AND OTHER GENDER-NON-CONFORMING BODIES IN HORROR CINEMA (LA Online)
Thu. May. 27, 2021 - 7:30 pm PDT - 8:45 pm PDT

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