Lifetime Guarantee: Phranc's Adventure in Plastic
A new consideration of trans jazz musician Billy Tipton’s life story and the media’s response to it, crafted by trans masculine performers and trans historians.
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, Southern Comfort—produced, filmed, and edited by Kate Davis—tells the powerful story of Robert Eads, a trans man dying of ovarian cancer who was failed by his doctors yet surrounded by his loving community.
A tremendous, joyful portrait of legendary Mexican lesbian singer Chavela Vargas, told through amazing archival material and interviews with friends, colleagues, and ex-lovers.
Two unconventional grifters join forces and learn the true meaning of poise under pressure in this gorgeously antiauthoritarian tale of friendship, trust, and redemption cowritten and codirected by Harry Dodge and Silas Howard.
This vibrant documentary follows an array of butches, studs, and masc folks of color from the New York City ballroom and nightlife scene in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
This celebration of gender nonconforming heroes also showcases a powerful batch of cinematic rarities starring the butch dykes and transmasc pioneers of the early 1990s who blazed the trail for us today (plus a rare 1960s butch home movie treat!).
Shinjuku Boys, an amazing mid-1990s snapshot of AFAB gender identity in Japan, spotlights three onabe who pass as men and work as hosts at a Tokyo club.
Award-winning Lifetime Guarantee: Phranc’s Adventure in Plastic follows Jewish butch lesbian folk singer Phranc navigating life as a Tupperware lady.