- Roxie’s entrance, lobby, bathrooms and audience seating are wheelchair accessible.
- All in-person screenings will feature ASL Interpretation
- All films, in-person and virtually, are closed-captioned
- While this is not a scent-free event, we encourage audiences to be mindful of perfumes and colognes.
- Contact us to share your access needs (and please let us know what program you’ll be attending).
Covid Safety Protocols for the In-Person Screenings
- Audience is required to be KN95 masked for the entirety of their time inside the building. Our staff will provide KN95 masks to everyone before they enter the building; audiences may also bring and wear their own KN95, N95 or N100 mask (unless someone’s disability, chronic illness or health condition means they cannot wear a mask).
- By attending in person, you agree to the following:
- You do not have any signs of contagious illness (COVID or otherwise), including pink eye, that aren’t fully explained by a non-contagious health condition that you have
- If you have had COVID, it’s been at least 10 days since your first symptoms or positive test if you were asymptomatic.
Thank you so much for supporting
the 2023 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival
Bill Graham Memorial Foundation
California Arts Council
SF Grants for the Arts
San Francisco Arts Commission
San Francisco office of
Economic and Workforce Development
Trans Justice Funding Project
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Zellerbach Family Foundation
Community United Against Violence
Dear Queer Dancer
El/La Para TransLatinas
Fresh Meat Productions
LYRIC Center for the IGBTQQ+ Youth
Queering Dance Festival
Queer Woman of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP)
Sean Dorsey Dance
SF LGBT Center
San Francisco Women Against Rape
The Transgender District