The panel brings together the artists and art historians to discuss the film "Jane Eyre, Los Angeles" in context, thinking about the fields of art history, queer ecology, transness and futurity using the film as a jumping off point. The panel will take up questions the films asks such as is the incendiary power of the feminine a path to reveal our true selves? Can it light the way to a more equal society where care work is valued, the earth is defended, and relationships are based on mutual aid? How does the story of Jane Eyre help to tie a a thread between trans-femininity and destructive wildfires in Southern California? Panelists include co-creators Coco Klockner and Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik and art historians Aaron Katzeman and Martabel Wasserman.