The initial phase of videos in the career of director/visual artist/musician Sadie Benning are autobiographical experiments made when she was a teenager with Fisher-Price’s PixelVision camera, a Christmas present she received from her father, the master avant-garde filmmaker James Benning. These short films constitute a raw and personal cinema of identity, brimming with intimate details and a diary/journal-like quality that make up an analog portrait of Sadie Benning’s coming-of-age as a young lesbian in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.