Screening + Q&A: ALL WE’VE GOT
Panelists on the q&A
Director & Producer, ALL WE’VE GOT
Alexis Clements is a writer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. Her creative work has been published, produced, and screened in venues across the US, Europe, and South America. Her feature-length documentary film, ALL WE’VE GOT, premiered in the fall of 2019 in New York City and has since screened around the US and internationally. A regular contributor to Hyperallergic, her writing has also appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Guardian, Bitch Magazine, American Theatre, The Brooklyn Rail, and Nature, among others. In addition to her writing and filmmaking, she is currently serving on the Executive Board of CLAGS, the Center for LGBTQ Studies at the City University of New York (CUNY), and she recently co-founded Little Rainbows, a story time for queer youth and their caretakers and parents at the Lesbian Herstory Archives.
Archivist, Lesbian Herstory Archives
Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz, who is featured in ALL WE’VE GOT, is an archivist at the Lesbian Herstory Archives, an Assistant Curator and Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Engagement at New York University Division of Libraries. She is a Co-Chair for the board of CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies at the Graduate Center, CUNY and chair of the Archives committee. Shawn was a collective member of WOW Cafe Theatre for over ten years co-producing Rivers of Honey, a Cabaret for women of color. Shawn has a BS in Queer Women’s Studies from the CUNY Baccalaureate Program, an MFA in Creative Writing/Fiction, and an MLS with a focus on Archiving and Records Management from Queens College.
President, The Municipal Art Society of New York
Elizabeth Goldstein joined MAS as its President in 2017, with an extensive background in parks and historic preservation advocacy and management. Throughout her career, she has worked to insure transparent public engagement in civic decisions of consequence to public space and the heritage of key places nationwide and has worked in both governmental agencies and the non-profit sector.
Please note, this film contains brief nudity and adult language.