Many people know of the cultural impact of Andy Warhol’s film work, of Paul Morrissey’s resurrection as an influential Factory filmmaker and the music of the Factory’s in house band, The Velvet Underground. But this film attempts to unravel the mystery behind a lesser known Warhol Factory artist, audio innovator and film-maker Danny Williams, who went missing, presumed dead. As Part of the GAZE Queer Heroes strand, this beautifully expressive and evocative film by William’s niece, pieces together fragments from the Warhol collection at MoMa and shatters popular perceptions of the Warhol Factory. It is a revealing insight into Warhol’s affair with Williams and the reality of how the Factory really worked. Here we discover a forgotten Queer Hero due for some timely recognition, in what has been deemed as “the tootiest expose yet into the soul-sucking modus operandi of Warhol’s Factor.” (The Village Voice) Irish Premiere Best Documentary, The Teddy Awards, Berlin International Film Festival 2007 The 16th Dublin International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival One of the strongest showcases of new LGBT cinema in Europe, the Dublin International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival provides a great focal point to meet, discuss and enjoy great queer cinema from home and around the world.