Kings, Queens, & In-Betweens premiers in select theaters today, and will have a national VOD launch March 7. Directed by Gabrielle Burton and produced by Jennifer Burton, two of the Burton Sisters who helm Five Sisters Productions, the documentary was selected as the inaugural film by NewFest, New York’s LGBTQ film festival. While drag queens are not hard to find, it isn’t very often that drag kings take center stage, so this documentary caught our attention. Intrigued?
Below is an exclusive clip of Nikki Moeller, whose drag name is Nova, revealing what she’ll do for a laugh. Hint: Anything but cut her hair…
From the documentary’s press release:
“KINGS, QUEENS, & IN-BETWEENS explores a midwestern city with an extraordinary and unexpected drag scene, and the larger theme of exactly what gender is and means. Through the compelling personal stories of eight performers and their troupes in Columbus, Ohio, KINGS, QUEENS, & IN-BETWEENS makes a complex subject approachable for mainstream audiences — inviting viewers into a conversation about the distinct and important differences between gender, sex, and sexuality, which has not been represented in film before. A heart-warming, engaging film, KING, QUEENS & IN-BETWEENS is thought-provoking and sends a message of love and acceptance, reflecting a community unified in the belief that we are all just human.”