A. Madsen Minax
Angelo Madsen Minax is an artist and filmmaker whose projects explore complex queer intimacies and chosen and biological kinships. Madsen’s works have screened and/or exhibited at spaces including the the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, European Media Art Festival, Anthology Film Archives, REDCAT, BFI, Kurzfilm Hamburg, Chicago Underground Film Festival, and others. He is a recipient of the Tribeca Film Institute’s All-Access Fellowship and the Sundance Film Institute’s Documentary Fund.
North By Current
Filmmaker Angelo Madsen Minax returns to his home town after the mysterious death of his two-year-old niece and the arrest of his brother-in-law as the culprit. Weaving the real and imagined links between death, incarceration, and trans embodiment, Madsen probes the family’s history of addiction and Mormonism to create a relentless portrait of enduring, rural bonds.