Faced with a debt that could destroy his family, he must finally choose between two very different futures.
premiered at the 2016 Berlinale, marking two historic firsts: the first fiction feature from Ghana ever to play the festival, and the first fiction feature directed by a transgender woman ever to play the festival.
” The Festival kicks off Thursday, November 10, with an Opening Night Feature at the Roxie Theater: the groundbreaking documentary (directed by Jac Gares).
is directed by TW Pittman, who is a transwoman of color and a San Francisco-native, and is co-directed by her longtime collaborator, Kelly Daniela Norris.
SFTFF’s inviting and inclusive space—which SFTFF has been creating since 1997—is needed now more than ever. S., transgender and gender-nonconforming communities are under attack.
“We’re going to celebrate this 15th Anniversary milestone in a big way,” says Festival Artistic Director Shawna Virago.
“From our Opening Night Feature , to an expanded number of international shorts, to filmmakers’ Q&As, to our first-ever subtitled-for-Deaf-and hard-of-hearing-audiences program.
And this November 10–13, SFTFF celebrates its 15th Anniversary festival with four days and nights of award winning films at the Roxie Theater.