gruppo di drag king, uno fissa la camera da presa


CORTI A COLAZIONE – Breakfast included at 9.30

Directed by Joanna Vymeris

COMEDY – UK, 2021 – 23’

Six drag kings embark on a moustache curling adventure to steal the Monument to Masculinity, a solid gold urinal, in a mad-cap attempt to keep their gentlemen’s club ‘KingDom’ afloat in times of economic peril.  

This comic satire puts the underrepresented art of the drag king centre stage and, in a time when live performance remains complicated, gives some of the UK’s finest queer cabaret artists a chance to showcase their work on screen. It captures the theatricality, comedy and artistry of the queer cabaret scene and shows, above all, the artifice and construct of traditional notions of gender especially in film and mainstream cinema genres. 


Director and Producer Joanna Vymeris
Screenplay Molly Beth Morossa
Editing Giorgia Zarantonello


Molly Beth Morossa, Symoné, Madi Fortune, Ruby Gaskell, Rosie Bartley, Veronica Thompson, Len Blanco, Lilly SnatchDragon 


Joanna Vymeris is a London based theatre and film director and producer. She is the founder of The Feathers of Daedalus Circus and also a free lance acrobat, aerialist and artist. 

Joanna has a 1st class hons degree in Art History from Cambridge University. It was whilst studying here that she began directing and producing theatre. On graduating Joanna founded her circus and arts company The Feathers of Daedalus Circus. Through Feathers Joanna has directed and produced 7 circus theatre shows, 3 short films and  2 exhibitions in the past 5 years whilst achieving 5 Arts Council England grants. Joanna is a cofounder of female led Scottish circus company Sonder Circus and does free acrobatic and aerial work. Joanna was an elite gymnast as a child competing nationally and internationally before training in circus at the National Centre for Circus Arts in London and Circocan in Brazil. In recent years she has performed for Sonder Circus and Shotgun Carousel. 

Joanna is currently completing an MA in film producing at the National Film and Television School. In real life Joanna tries not to refer to herself in the third person.