‘Holy Trinity’ Chicago premiere at Music Box Theatre

"Holy Trinity"

“Holy Trinity”

One of Indiewire’s
“Fabulous LGBTQ
Films Not To Miss”
will make its
Windy City debut on
Friday September 27

On Friday September 27, Full Spectrum Features’ newest feature, Holy Trinity makes its Chicago debut at the Music Box Theatre. The screening will be followed by an exclusive cast and crew Q&A. Click on this for tickets and additional information.

Named to Indiewire’s “Fabulous LGBTQ Films Not To Miss” this year, Holy Trinity tells the story of a sex-positive dominatrix in Chicago who discovers a newfound (and drug-induced) talent for speaking to the dead.

Making her debut feature, writer and director Molly Hewitt (aka @glamhag) stars in this wild ride of queer spirituality and alternative sexuality as Trinity.



The story
After huffing from a mysterious aerosol can manufactured by the ubiquitous Glamhag brand, Trinity becomes empowered with the ability to speak to the dead. Confused and curious, she seeks counsel from the likes of priests, drag queens, and a witch, all the while learning about their spiritual practices.

Bouncing between hallucination and reality, Trinity grows more confident in her strange new ability. But soon she has to decide what’s more important: her community and personal relationships or the allure of influence and fame.

Behind the scenes, etc
The team that helped bring Holy Trinity to life includes Executive Producer Joe Swanberg (Happy Christmas, Drinking Buddies) and Producer Eugene Sun Park (Full Spectrum Features).

A vibrant portrait of queer friendship, spirituality, and community with more than a little glam sprinkled in along the way, Holy Trinity has attracted attention for its “eye-popping style and verve” (IndieWire) since its premiere at Outfest LA.

   Writer/Director/Star: Molly Hewitt (aka Glamhag)
   Co-Starring: Imp Queen, Theo Germaine
   Producers: Eugene Sun Park, Molly Hewitt
   Executive Producers: Joe Swanberg, Edwin Linker, Peter Gilbert
   Cinematographer: Greg Stephen Reigh
   Production Designer: Mood Killer
   Editor: Ashley Thompson

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