Speed Date with ‘Shiva Baby’ director Emma Seligman

Sexual autonomy may not be as powerful as you think

Director Emma Seligman talks with Xtra about her new film, Shiva Baby, which follows a young woman who runs into her ex-girlfriend and her sugar daddy at a family shiva. It’s “Uncut Gems for bisexual women with liberal arts degrees,” Xtra’s Michelle da Silva says. In her interview with da Silva, Seligman talks about releasing a film during the pandemic, bi erasure and some of her favourite queer moments in film. 

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