By Film Threat Staff | September 13, 2000

Esther Bell’s “Godass” is a funny take on the life and times of a punk girl and all of her woes, including her gay dad. Featuring a smashing performance by music icon Fred Schneider of the B-52’s and music from the likes of Lunachicks and Challenge of the Future, “Godass” is a good, good time.
Most recently, the film won Best Feature at the Chicago Underground Film Festival, as well as the Festival Choice Award at the New York Underground Film Festival. Spurned on by all of this glory, “Godass” must now spread the love globally. For the latest screenings, and news on the film and filmmaker, see [ the “Godass” and Esther Bell homepage. ]

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