Trans filmmakers continue to lead the way in telling compelling and innovative stories, in this collection of trans and gender diverse shorts.
The Talent — On the set of a luxury car commercial, an overlooked assistant seizes his chance to get noticed by the star. Filmed on a Virtual Production Stage, The Talent is a tense exploration of masculinity, desire and becoming, starring non-binary Golden Globe nominee Emma D’Arcy.
The Robbers — Three trans women meet in a country house to plan a robbery. The trick of the heist is that, in order to create a false trail, they disguise themselves as men. While they share everyday life as a well-established team and lovers, they practice speaking in a deep voice, walking manly and behaving in a masculine manner.
(In)convenience — An unexpected love story develops over a box of tampons between Phoebe, a mini-mart cashier, and Kirby, a guy in transition.
Scaring Women At Night — Two strangers are scared on a late walk home. As they try to escape one another, their worlds collide at an intersection forcing them to question who they’re afraid of and why.
Grandma Bruce — Grandma Bruce is a magical short comedy about a queerdo (they/them) whose old car comes to life with the spirit of their judgmental Jewish grandmother, a backseat driver from the ever after.
Dismantle Me — A comical proposition turns into an arousing powerplay when a smouldering-hot trans woman helps a heartbroken trans man tidy his messy bedroom.
Adore — While a family party echoes in the distance, a game of dress up descends into chaos when Luci’s protective instincts clash with her young nephew’s desire for freedom.
Content warning: c ontains depictions of BDSM.
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