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Directed by Andrew Lush
USA; 5 minutes
In this music video, Kyler O’Neal explores queer healing and is a love letter to those that have been made to feel less than.
Light on a Path, Follow
Directed by Elliot Montague
USA; 15 minutes
Joaquín, a trans masculine person living in rural 1990s New England, is 8-months pregnant. After encountering a mysterious spirit in the forest, Joaquín goes into labor early. Is this spirit haunting or guiding Joaquín as they await their midwife?
Ibb Kya Kothie
Directed by Neville Peter Bhaskaran
India; 13 minutes
From India, Ibb Kya Kothie revolves around the struggles of Kajal, who is in her late thirties, and her ten year-old adopted daughter Pari. When it comes to her child’s wellbeing, Kajal is willing to fight anyone and everyone. Will Kajal and Pari succeed in living with dignity, or will they be torn apart?
Directed by Emilia Quinton
USA; 11 minutes
Two friends navigate queer friendship and loss when they unexpectedly hook up after a funeral.
Directed by Sarah Ball
USA; 13 minutes
Ryan gives himself a deadline to tell his son that he’s not his biological father, but it’s easier set than done! With Brian Michael Smith (Queen Sugar).
The Coffee Name Game
Directed by Liz Fairchild
USA; 4 minutes
Picking a name for yourself can be a lot of pressure. A guy tries out new names at his local coffee shop with mixed results.
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