TRANSlations is available to screen anywhere in the US; Three Dollar Bill Cinema Puts; Need for trans representation on screen more important than everSEATTLE—Three Dollar Bill Cinema recently announced the lineup for TRANSlations: Seattle Trans Film Festival.
One of two transgender film festivals in the US and one of a few in the whole world. TRANSlations returns for its 17th year in hybrid format, both online and in-person.This year’s festival will showcase over 56 multigenerational stories from 11 countries, including Panama, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, and Ireland“TRANSlations is our favorite time of the year; a chance to bring together under-represented members of our community and focus on them for an entire weekend of thoughtful and impactful programming,” said Billy Ray Brewton, Managing Director of Three Dollar Bill Cinema. “And that representation is more important now than ever with queer rights under constant assault from backward-thinking entities and individuals.”“This year, approximately 25 states in the US face harmful legislation targeting trans people with a large focus on trans athletes and trans youth,” said StormMiguel Florez, Lead Programmer. “This constant bombardment of legislating against our very existence is physically and mentally harmful, so I am thrilled that all of our TRANSlations’ shorts programs and most of our features are available to watch in all US states and territories.
It is integral that we see ourselves and those who share our joys and struggles reflected on screen and behind the camera. I hope our audiences feel emboldened and connected through the power of trans and non-binary cinema.”Official Sundance Film Festival selection, FRAMING AGNES, will screen in-person (and.