2014 Hampshire County Trans Awareness Week Film Festival!

The 2014 Hampshire Country Transgender Awareness Week (TAW) Planning Committee has tallied the responses of the community survey and is hosting a film festival as one of the many activities for this year's TAW events.

Below is a list of movies that has been compiled by the planning committee. Because we are anticipating 3 screenings throughout the month of November, please select the THREE films from the "Feature Films" list and THREE selections from the "Short Films" list that you would like to see (feel free to add your own at the bottom of the page).

Look for a calendar of events for the 2014 Hampshire County Transgender Awareness Week coming SOON!

See you at Trans Pride and Gathering on October 4th!

-- The 2014 TAW Planning Committee

    Feature Films & Documentaries

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    Short Films

    Film descriptions: Dale Michaels is a transgender man with a more than just one obvious secret in Shirts Vs. Skins. In Deflated, a young boy is eager to get a new ball with his allowance. But ultimately he must make a choice: take home one of the bright pink balls or the deflated green ball? What’s What tips its hat to the tradition of cross-dressing and gender-bending entertainment in twentieth-century vaudeville. But I’m a Genderqueer is one person's journey through the scary but also magical land of identity crisis. A grieving Chicana mother confronts an uninvited family member in You’re Dead to Me. The Heart’s Mouth is a lush, Edwardian fantasia that celebrates nature, poetry and queer-transgender desire. When his ex-girlfriend suddenly doesn't recognize him anymore, Arnaud goes to a pub with a few friends to get the support he needs in Fais Pas Genre (Who Do You Think You Are?). A couple gets to know themselves by exchanging their eyes, genitalia and facial features with Potatohead toys in Beyond the Mirror’s Gaze. Transforming Family is a snapshot of current issues, struggles and strengths of transexual, transgender and gender fluid parents in North American society today. On his first foray out onto London's thriving gay scene, newly single Adam meets Rocky. As the pair grow closer, something has to give, and the truth about Rocky is explosively revealed and the men are left to face the truth about themselves in Brace. Although twenty-nine year old Zoeie may be looking for the love of her life, there is hardly anything romantic about being Happily Ever Spinster. According to Mecs Meufs, when it comes to seduction, men are the weaker sex. Working off the suggestion of her once arch rival turned best friend, Lizzy suggests a game of Truth or Dare, only to realize perhaps some deep waters may have been better left uncharted. Dating Sucks: A Genderqueer Misadventure is a documentary about the successes, failures, and incredible confusion trying to date as a genderqueer/trans person.
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