SF Transgender Film Festival – Sat 9PM – Closed Captioned + ASL
Details
Date:

November 10

Time:

09:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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Venue

Roxie Theater

3117 16th St

San Francisco, CA, United States, 94103

The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival presents a stellar collection of transgender films from around the globe. This year’s festival takes place at The Roxie Theater.

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INFO:
http://www.sftff.org

PROGRAM 3
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 @ 9PM
**CLOSED-CAPTIONING FOR DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING AUDIENCES**

🎥 Backsiders dir. by Craig Newman + Jen Pitt
When a forgotten relic reunites two exes, they must come to terms with the drastically different directions their lives have taken. Then, they try again. “Backsiders” is a short film about what we must we give up in order to become ourselves.

🎥 BAD THEOLOGY dir. by Samira Shifteh
A lyrical video about faith and surviving domestic violence as a Black transgender person. Featuring original poetry by J Mase III and choreography by Randy Ford. This project was a collaboration between the performance artists and the director. Shot on location at the Black & Tan Hall in Seattle with a LGBTQ crew.

🎥 DROPPING PENNY dir. by Jed Bell
Two trans dogwalkers race to get a pup back to her alpha butch mom in this very queer comedy.

🎥 TRANIMAL dir. by Shawna Virago
This folk-punk single is for those of us living outside the binary. www.shawnavirago.com

🎥 PUSH PINK dir. by Kai Tillman
A trans person’s conflict using the public restroom leads him on a journey to answer some unresolved questions.

🎥 LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER dir. by Kady Le
On Lunars New Year, a Vietnamese American trans woman goes behind her mother’s back to wear her first ao dai in hopes of convincing her immigrant mother that she is capable of being her daughter.

🎥 Awaken dir. by Kerri Cecil
In a dystopian future, an evil religious extremist government rises to power and begins hunting down LGBTQ people forcing Mya, a young transgender woman to help get as many refugees to safety as she can. In her quest to have a normal life Mya has been denying, even to herself, that she has always had the power to stop them. Content warning: Images of violence and homophobic language.

Full festival schedule: http://bit.ly/SFTFF2018

** Note about accessibility: While The Roxie is wheelchair accessible, the bathrooms in the main building (The Big Roxie) are not great for wheelchairs – HOWEVER – the Little Roxie next door will be accessible for anyone who needs to access those wheelchair accessible bathrooms.