CAMP BEAVERTON: MEET THE BEAVERS, THE MOVIE.
Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers is a documentary film by Beth Nelsen and Ana Grillo, known on Playa respectively as Agent Nelsen and Ana Mission. Camp Beaverton is the only all-women, trans-inclusive, sex-positive camp at Burning Man to date. Burning Man is a radical arts festival and social experiment held for 8 days in a desert in northern Nevada, USA. It creates a temporary city that is home to almost 60,000 people who live within the 10 principles that makes Burning Man's collective philosophy. Black Rock City is the most unique adult playground in the world.
The Beavers create an experimental community camp that hosts hugely popular events. These events include play parties, clit-tail social hours, educational workshops, and the infamous Strap-on-a-thon, possibly the largest play party for women on the planet. They are a close community of queers, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered and straight women engaged in radical self expression, open communication and exploring their personal and sexual boundaries.
In 2012, Filmmakers Beth Nelsen and Ana Grillo explored Camp Beaverton, and this documentary film is a product of what they found. They invite you to "Meet the Beavers."