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London’s first Transgender film festival

3 October 2014

Author : reba

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Transgender issues have been becoming increasingly present within wider culture over the last few years, so it is of great pleasure to find out that the first Transexual film festival will be presented at London’s Cinema Museum next weekend.

Taking place at the Cinema Museum in Kennington from 6pm until midnight, the festival brings together revolutionary shorts from North America and Europe, starting off on home ground with Simon Savory’s video set to Du Tonc’s ‘Darkness’ and some award-winners from Germany’s Transgender Film Festival by Gsus Lopez and Tom Stock.

The longest film of the night is Cecilio Asuncion’s hour long documentary What’s the T?, a documentary about a male-to-female transgender woman in San Francisco.

This new festival will presents feature films and documentaries about Drag Queens, Drag Kings and Transsexuals and will be held at London’s Cinema Museum from 18.00 till midnight, offering many awarded short films that give an insight into trans-life.

£5 per screening and £12 to see all 3 programs.

Advance tickets may be purchased from Billetto, or direct from the Museum by calling 020 7840 2200 in office hours.

The Cinema Museum
2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road)
London SE11 4TH10394495_615485251905908_7910570818383997969_n

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