Sadie Benning

Sadie BENNING, daughter of experimental filmmaker James Benning, began using a toy video camera at the age of fifteen, to produce frank, funny and remarkably self-aware missives about growing up as a lesbian. Her works have been exhibited internationally at venues including the MoMA, The Whitney Museum, New York Festival of Lesbian and Gay Film and in Rotterdam.


(all short) A New Year (1989), Living Inside (1989), Me and Rubyfruit (1990), Jollies (1990), If Every Girl Had a Diary (1990), A Place Called Lovely (1991), It Wasn’t Love (1992), Girl Power (1992), The Judy Spots (1995), German Song (1995), Flat Is Beautiful (1998), Aerobicide - Julie Ruin (1998)