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tilde Documentary Shorts plus Workshop Shorts

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Footscray Community Arts Centre

45 Moreland Street

Footscray, VIC 3011

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DOCUMENTARY SHORTS PLUS TILDE WORKSHOP SHORTS SUNDAY 01.12.19 — 3:30PM


DOORS OPEN HALF AN HOUR BEFORE EACH SESSION.



Join us after the films for an audience Q&A with Transpiration Director, tilde Workshop Guests and Afternoon Tea.



DO I HAVE BOOBS NOW?

CANADA, 2017, 7 MINS DIR: MILENA SALAZAR & JOELLA CABALU

Follows the journey of trans activist Courtney Demone and her viral online campaign #DoIHaveBoobsNow. Courtney posts topless photos of her transition while undergoing hormone replacement therapy, challenging social media censorship policies in the process.


LALA’S WORLD

USA, 2018, 13 MINS DIR: AURELIE FOURNIER-HARP

Follows LaLa Zannell, a lead organiser in the trans community and the first trans woman of colour at the White House briefing for Women’s History Month. The film aims to better understand the daily challenges of NYC trans women of colour and to create a stage where transgender and non-transgender people can break stereotypes, and connect on a human level.


SOMETHING TO CRY ABOUT

USA, 2018, 13 MINS DIR: JULES ROSSKAM

Three trans-masculine identifying people watch a movie or television show aimed to make them cry. The result is a touching and humorous short documentary that explores the difficulty of expressing intimacy between men, the complexities of desire, and the joy of a good cry.


MY MAMA, A MAN

UK, 2019, 9 MINS DIR: HELENA MIDDLETON

A stylised documentary following the journey of the director’s mother Julie, as she explores her gender identity through the power of performance in the lead-up to her 60th birthday.


TRANSPIRATION

AUSTRALIA, 2019, 11 MINS DIR: MAGGIE BRITTINGHAM

Young Australian Aiden Blyton revisits his experience of growing up as a gay, transgender boy at an all girls high school. He reveals the impact of staying silent about his pain, even around his closest friends. Through conversations with long-term friend and filmmaker Maggie Brittingham, the two realise the importance of their support and friendship.

Just because you feel alone, it doesn’t mean that you are alone — Aiden Blyton




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