Cast: Imp Queen, Heather Lynn, Theo Germaine, Molly Hewitt
In this eye-popping, spiritually rollicking film, queer femme dominatrix Trinity huffs a magic aerosol can and develops the ability to speak to the dead. Trinity’s submissive partner, Baby, is by her side as she journeys in and out of reality on this wild ride of John Waters–style queer spirituality and alternative sexuality. Absurdity, kink, and camp abound in this film filled with the cream of Chicago’s queer artist community, including the infamous Imp Queen.
Molly Hewitt is a director, production designer, and performance artist who performs under the alias Glamhag. Their short film Maggie’s Problem was an official selection of the Chicago Underground Film Festival and the Olympia Film Festival. It won Best Art Direction at the North Portland Unknown Film Festival and is now distributed by Troma. Molly played the role of Mary Woah in E. Esperanza’s short Make-out Party and also worked on the production design. The film was awarded Best Production Design at the 2018 Las Vegas Queer Arts Film Festival and has had a successful festival run. Hewitt’s feature debut Holy Trinity was produced in part by Full Spectrum Features and Forager Films. In 2018, Molly received an Illinois Arts Council grant, a Chicago individual artist grant, and was listed in the Newcity’s Film 50 Screen Gems of 2018.