2017 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival
3117 16th Street, SF
Sunday, November 12 at 2pm
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Johnny on the Moon
Director: Eva Everett Irving
It is July, 1969. While man steps foot on the moon, two young men escape into their imaginations in the wilderness of Northern Ontario. Their love for one another is clear, but the lines between reality and make-believe blur together, and the two are confronted with unspeakable memories of the Vietnam war, the possibility that they never left it.
Director: Jamie DiNicola
A group of twenty-somethings circle around a stoop and share a joint when one of them gets lost in the mystery and beauty of the urban sidewalk – a mosaic of stories emerge. Spot pushes the known boundaries of diversity and inclusion in indie filmmaking.
Where We Were Not: Feeling Reserved, Alexus’ Story
Directors: Jessica MacCormack and Alexus Young
An experimental animated documentary about criminalization in Canada and police brutality and the continued genocide of First Nations peoples today.
Directors: Gokce Oraloglu and Zehra Gokcimen
This film from Turkey poses that transformation is a dance ritual. With every move you are born again. With every little step, you cut the umbilical cord. With every turn, you create a new shell.
Director: Jake Graf
Growing up in 1950s England in an intolerant world, Chris Winters struggles to fit into the gender roles dictated by wider society. Chris is struck by the realization that for some decisions there is no right answer, and that it’s those that truly define us.