Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall, Art in America

13 Artists Reflect on the Stonewall Riots, T Magazine - New York Times

Queer Art, Gay Pride, and the Stonewall Riots — 50 Years Later, Artsy

When Resistance Became too Loud to Ignore, New York Times

Sundance Institute Supports New Documentary Projects, Sundance Institute

Artadia Announces Five Finalist for the New York Awards, Artadia

“She Persists”: An Unprecedented Show of Art by Women in “the People’s House,” The New Yorker


Sacred Ruins: In Conversation with Sacha Yanow, Jewish Currents

Rediscovered Star: A Film about Marsha Johnson, Art in America

These Filmmakers Are Making Sure Marsha P. Johnson’s Legacy Lives On Forever, Them.

Marsha P. Johnson's LGBTQ Legacy Is About How She Lived Her Life, Too, Broadly (Vice)

8 Standout Films to See at This Year’s Blackstar Film Festival in Philadelphia, Vogue Magazine

From Hystorians to Bolex Dudes: The Many Descendants of Barbara Hammer, LA Review of Books

Short Film Resurrects the Queer Ghosts of Fire Island, Them.

Interviews: Reina Gossett and Sasha Wortzel, Artforum

Without Warning: Margins and the Mainstream at New Museum's "Trigger," The Nation

Fully Loaded: Johanna Fateman on Power and Sexual ViolenceArtforum


When It Comes to Gender, Let Confusion Reign, New York Times

How Contemporary Artists Are Embracing the Ambiguities of Gender, Hyperallergic

Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon, Brooklyn Rail

This New Museum Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About Gender, New York Magazine

Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon, Art in America


Stuck in the Stonewall, The New Yorker

To Marsha With Love, Dazed and Confused Magazine 

Janet Mock Interviews Reina Gossett and Sasha Wortzel on Happy Birthday Marsha!, MSNBC's So POPular

Upcoming Film about Legendary Trans Activist, Buzzfeed

Happy Birthday, Marsha shows what the Gay Rights Movement owes Trans People, Vice

Happy Birthday, Marsha Celebrates Life Outside the Police Gaze, Scenarios

That Divisive Stonewall Trailer Isn't Worth Your Time But Happy Birthday, Marsha! Is, Tribeca Film

Connecting Stonewall to Baltimore: A conversation with some filmmakers exploring trans history, Fusion

Review of We Came to Sweat at BFI Flare 2015, Candid Magazine

Film Review: We Came to Sweat, Smoke Screen London


A 'Womanhouse' or a Roaming House? 'A Room of One's Own' Today, The Brooklyn Rail

A New Film Celebrates and Honors the Legacy of Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, Indiewire

Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P Johnson: Trans Pioneers, BFFs, and Film Stars, ColorLines

Kickstarting Trans Visibility on Screen, Filmmaker Magazine

Queer Kickstarter: Behind the Scenes of Two LGBTQ Campaigns, Slate

 "We Came to Sweat: Legend of Starlite" listed as highlight of New Fest: The New York Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Film Festival, New York Times


Crown Heights’ shuttered Starlite Lounge to star in new documentary, New York Daily News

Starlite AKA We Came to Sweat Preserves Legacy of Legendary LGBT-Friendly Crown Heights Bar, Huffington Post