2017 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival
**THIS PROGRAM IS CLOSED-CAPTIONED FOR DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING AUDIENCES**
3117 16th Street, SF
Saturday, November 11 at 9pm
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My Femme is a Reflection
Director: Jai Lei Yee
A survivor’s journey in learning to lean into their femmeness. Director of Photography: Alexander L. Lee.
Flash Flood – A Rotoscoped Documentary
Director: Alli MackKay
Deep within a dream, a cataclysmic flood washes over the planet, and reveals three unique perspectives on gender and identity in this animated Canadian documentary.
In My Mother’s Closet
Directors: Adri Almeida and Carolyn Wu
Adri, a young Indian trans woman, navigates a world that refuses to see her as she is, and finds her truth through musical theatre and magical femme friendship.
Last Night’s Sugar
Director: Shawna Virago
From Virago’s new studio album Heaven Sent Delinquent, comes a harrowing tale of late-night escapades and economic marginalization. Cinematography: Annalise Ophelian.
Director: Rhys Ernst
The story of four transgender individuals across America who are fighting for rights and representation in a challenging and changing world. From serving their country’s military to building successful businesses and advocating for policy advancements, we see first hand their struggles for identity, validity and equality.
The Whistle (doc. – work in progress)
Director: StormMiguel Florez
A 45 year old Latinx trans man returns to his birthplace, Albuquerque, New Mexico, in search for the origin of a secret lesbian code he learned when he identified as a teenage dyke in the 80s.