ALL WE’VE GOT (formerly the Unknown Play Project) is a documentary film project looking at the disappearance of physical spaces where lesbians and queer women gather. In the past couple years we’ve seen numerous bars, bookstores, and community spaces closing their doors, or women being forced out of the neighborhoods that still have those spaces. Why is this happening, what’s being lost, and what are some spaces doing to stay open despite so many changes? And why are physical spaces important to the well-being of any marginalized group?
In addition to understanding why these spaces are disappearing, we also want to understand what’s helping some spaces survive despite the odds.
Join us as we travel the country to find answers to these questions and more.
On this site you can:
- learn more about the project and the team
- view some of our research
- find out about upcoming and past events
- and support the project
Sarah’s Photos from the Road
Currently we’re busy transcribing the interviews and logging all the footage we collected on the road, in addition to gathering some additional interviews. But in the meantime, you can view some of the photos that our production assistant Sarah Nakano shot while we were on the road. View the full gallery on her website.