Read more about the article Who I Am
Who I Am

Who I Am

A transgender teen on the spectrum learns to be himself and finds the support he needs with the help of his original animated characters, The Fallens. This is a Doc…

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Read more about the article Two-Spirit
Two Spirit

Two-Spirit

For Georgina, an Indigenous transgender woman, life in the desert is lonely and cruel. In her small village, no one understands who she is. Special Screening Silky Otter Cinemas, Auckland…

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Read more about the article Beirut Dreams in Colour
Beirut Dreams In Colour

Beirut Dreams in Colour

Renegades, rebels, pioneers… Mashrou’ Leila are indie-rock gods in the Arab world. But their fame comes with a price. A rare nuanced look into the LGBTQ politics of the Middle East,…

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Read more about the article Acts for the Invisible
Acts for the Invisible

Acts for the Invisible

A philosophical fashion designer loses his life partner and is propelled towards an entirely new life... far away from the fashion world. But can we ever really leave our old…

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Read more about the article Disco Bloodbath
Disco Bloodbath

Disco Bloodbath

The world of drag can be a nightmare in this bloodbath portrait of drama, betrayal, and sex. Anything goes in Disco Bloodbath. From the back alleys and underground clubs of…

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Read more about the article Nelly & Nadine
Nelly & Nadine

Nelly & Nadine

Love against all odds - a remarkable story of two women falling in love in the Ravensbrück concentration camp. On Christmas Eve, 1944 the Belgian prisoner and opera singer Nelly…

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Sinéad O’Connor photographed in 1988. Nothing Compares, directed by Kathryn Ferguson. Photo credit: Andrew Catlin.

Nothing Compares

Principled, talented and enduring: The legacy of Sinéad O’Connor. Nothing Compares charts Sinéad O’Connor’s phenomenal rise to worldwide fame. We follow her exile from the pop world as her irreverent…

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Read more about the article Long Live My Happy Head
Long Live My Happy Head

Long Live My Happy Head

A tender and uplifting love story about a graphic novelist with a brain tumour who communicates his experience of cancer through creativity and humour. After being diagnosed with a brain tumour…

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Maisie

Maisie

Old age can be a Drag. After fifty long years in showbiz, Britain’s oldest drag artiste is still shaking her sequins, even while battling Alzheimer's. What happens when the curtains…

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