Trans-tastic! Shorts

Walk For Me

(Dir. Elegance Bratton, USA, 12m)

Hanna Kendricks is set to make her Femme Queen debut under the shimmering lights of New York’s Ballroom scene

HARRIS THEATER
OCTOBER 18, 2017
7:30PM

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Films In This Program

AFTER THE DATE

(Dir. Iris Devins, USA, 15m)
A shared love of photography brings together Emma (Pooya Mohseni) and a new romantic interest, Nate. The strength of their bond is tested after Emma experiences harassment by a police officer.

AND WHY NOT?

(Dir. Nicolas Fay & Blanche Pinon, France, 12m)
Virginie, a charming girl, is waiting for an old girlfriend she lost touch with but met up with again on social networking. In the meantime, a man sitting in the bar takes his chance to approach her. Is he only a womanizer or more than that?

DUSK

(Dir. Jake Graf, USA, 12m)
Writer-Director Jake Graf (director of ReelQ favorite, Dawn) returns with a beautiful rumination on self-perception and lasting love set in 1950s England.

IMAGO

(Dir. Liz Cardenas Franke, USA , 8m)
In Imago, a 15-year-old makes the life-altering decision to never again let anyone bully them; not even their own father.

JORDY IN TRANSITLAND

Dir. Willem Timmers, Netherlands, 6m)
Jordy is on the brink of her physical transition, wandering the realm between man and woman. Must she conform herself to fit in?

SWIM

(Dir. Mari Walker, USA, 10m)
As summer draws to a close, a young trans woman finds freedom in a secret midnight swim.
A shared love of photography brings together Emma (Pooya Mohseni) and a new romantic interest, Nate. The strength of their bond is tested after Emma experiences harassment by a police officer.

UMBRELLA

(Dir. Rhys Ernst – USA – 15m)
Umbrella tells the story of four transgender individuals across the country; they are united in their passion to create change and fighting for trans rights and representation amidst a rapidly challenging and changing landscape.