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"A series of 13 slogan NFT's taken directly from my agit-prop movie "The Raspberry Reich" (2004) in which a would-be terrorist named Gudrun (Susanne Sachsse), patterning herself after the Red Army Faction, forces the straight members of her gang to have homosexual sex with each other in order to prove their revolutionary commitment." Bruce LaBruce

Bruce LaBruce is a filmmaker, photographer, writer, and artist based in Toronto but working internationally. Along with a number of short films, he has written and directed thirteen feature films, including “Gerontophilia,” which won the Grand Prix at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal in 2013. As a photographer he has had numerous gallery shows around the world, including a photo exhibit called “Obscenity” at La Fresh Gallery in Madrid which caused a national ruckus in Spain. His feature film “L.A. Zombie” premiered in competition at the Locarno film festival in 2010 and was subsequently banned in Australia. LaBruce has contributed to a variety of international magazines, newspapers and websites as both a writer and photographer, including index magazine, for which he also acted as a contributing editor, Vice, The National Post, The Guardian UK, Honcho, Purple Fashion, Numero, Dazed and Confused, Tank, BlackBook, Bon, Fantastic Man, Man About Town, and many others.

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"A series of 13 slogan NFT's taken directly from my agit-prop movie "The Raspberry Reich" (2004) in which a would-be terrorist named Gudrun (Susanne Sachsse), patterning herself after the Red Army Faction, forces the straight members of her gang to have homosexual sex with each other in order to prove their revolutionary commitment." Bruce LaBruce

Bruce LaBruce is a filmmaker, photographer, writer, and artist based in Toronto but working internationally. Along with a number of short films, he has written and directed thirteen feature films, including “Gerontophilia,” which won the Grand Prix at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal in 2013. As a photographer he has had numerous gallery shows around the world, including a photo exhibit called “Obscenity” at La Fresh Gallery in Madrid which caused a national ruckus in Spain. His feature film “L.A. Zombie” premiered in competition at the Locarno film festival in 2010 and was subsequently banned in Australia. LaBruce has contributed to a variety of international magazines, newspapers and websites as both a writer and photographer, including index magazine, for which he also acted as a contributing editor, Vice, The National Post, The Guardian UK, Honcho, Purple Fashion, Numero, Dazed and Confused, Tank, BlackBook, Bon, Fantastic Man, Man About Town, and many others.

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