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Title: Spork
Direction: J.B. Ghuman Jr.
Cast: Savannah Stehlin, Sydney Park, Rachel G. Fox
Production: Last Bastion Entertainment
Distribution: 1111 Entertainment
Genre: Comedy
Duration: 86’
Country: USA
Year: 2010

Festivals: Amsterdam (Cinekid, youth cinema), Belo Horizonte (Imagem dos povos, diversity cinema), Bologna (Gender Bender, LGBT), Brisbane (LGBT), Copenhagen (LGBT), Stockholm (youth cinema), Hamburg (Michel, youth cinema), Helsinki (Vinokino, LGBT), London (BFI), Los Angeles (OutFest, LGBT), Malmö (Buff, youth cinema), Miami (LGBT), Melbourne (LGNT), New York (Tribeca), San Francisco (Frameline, LGBT), Sydney (Mardi Gras, LGBT), Wrocław (Poland, American cinema)

Spork is possibly one of the funniest movies that have ever been screened at FIRE!!. Unconventional and foul-mouthed, this independent musical comedy tells the story of a freaky and marginal teenager. She’s a clumsy high-school student lost between her genre identity—she’s intersex—and the general stupidity that surrounds her at school, where she’s constantly bullied, something she overcomes with an enthusiasm fuelled by music and sport.

This colourful and tender comedy is wild but profound, and it offers a top-level soundtrack and a visual style that make it unmissable. Just like its main character, the film is funny, moving and full of talent and tenderness. Delicious chewing gum in a pop style.