A program of four experimental films and, judging from the three I've seen, a first-rate one—though one shouldn't conclude from the title that gender and sexual orientation are the only concerns here. Martin Arnold's Piece Touchee (1989, 15 min.), Passage a l'Acte (1993, 12 min.), and Alone. Life Wastes Andy Hardy (1998, 15 min.) are all elaborate manipulations of brief sequences from black-and-white Hollywood features (The Concrete Jungle, To Kill a Mockingbird, and one or more of the Andy Hardy pictures with Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland respectively) that make them register as exceptionally weird and deranged. Abigail Child's 56-minute Is This What You Were Born For? (1987), which I haven't seen, also makes use of found footage.