MIX-MIX (HALO-HALO) is a Filipino dessert, a memoir, a treatise on global feminism and misogyny, a coming out story and a metaphor for experimental filmmaking. The film travels through the back lanes of San Pedro and Biñan, Laguna in the Philippines, the Quezon City TV studio used by the Women’s Media Circle for their ground-breaking feminist show, and the workshop where I first talk about “lesbian seeing” as a strategy for media activists. Shot in the Philippines over three decades.
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Sally CLONINGER, born in Baltimore, USA, graduated from Ohio State University in 1974 with a PhD in Film and Communications. She is an experimental filmmaker and a feminist media activist whose film and video work spans many genres including experimental autobiography, performance media, video installation, and visual anthropology. She has exhibited her films internationally and has worked in Asia, training women from Indonesia, India, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan, to produce documentaries about women’s issues.