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Allie Eagle and Me Film (Trailer) – 2004 Documentary LGBT

Allie Eagle and Me

Film (Trailer) – 2004 Documentary LGBT

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In the 1970s, New Zealand artist Allie Eagle identified herself as a lesbian separatist and radical feminist. Her often uncompromising work included pro-abortion painting This Woman Died I Care, which was inspired by a photograph of a woman who died from an illegal abortion. In the 1980s, Eagle became a christian. Made in 2004, Briar March's first, feature-length documentary sees Eagle reflecting on her past with a more moderate outlook — she now has mixed feelings about her earlier stance on abortion.

Key Cast & Crew

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Briar March

Editor, Producer, Director, Second Camera , Subject

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Jacqui Brooks

Camera

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Allie Eagle

Executive Producer

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Briar March

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The copyright for this title is held by Briar March.

Acknowledgements

Made with funding from the Screen Innovation Production Fund.