Gender X portrays the life and challenges of transgender women in Pakistan today. Transgender activists from all walks of life talk about their self-image, vulnerability and their fight for justice.
An exploration of what it means to be bisexual beyond lemon bars, puns, and finger guns.
Trans men reflect on taking testosterone. The body expands to a new realm of possibility.
Centering on a conversation with their mother, filmmaker Ley Comas charts their struggle to find a middle ground between them and their family with respect to their gender identity.
Center of Excellence for Transgender Health, El/La Para Trans Latinas, National Center for Lesbian Rights, SF Women Against Rape, TAJA’s Coalition, TRANS:THRIVE
48 Hills and SF Bay Times
The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival is supported by the Queer Cultural Center, Creative Capacity Fund, Grants for the Arts, Horizons Foundation, California Arts Council, and the San Francisco Arts Commission