Movie series

Taking place on the first Tuesday of the month from September to December 2019, Trans Feminism International will be screening films in collaboration with the fabulous Other Nature in Berlin. Entrance is by donation to raise funds for Books Beyond Bars UK getting books to incarcerated Queer folk. Facebook event here!

Tuesday, September 3rd, 7pm “Screaming Queens”
Tuesday, October 1st, 7pm “Kumu Hina”
Tuesday, November 5th, 7pm “Queen of the Desert”

The first film of the series is “Screaming Queens”, an inspirational and powerful documentary about the trans-led riot at Compton’s Cafeteria, three years before Stonewall.


The second, “Kumu Hina”, depicts the struggle to maintain Pacific Islander culture and values within the Westernized society of modern day Hawaiʻi. It is told through the lens of an extraordinary Native Hawaiian who is both a māhū, a transgender woman, and a kumu, or teacher, cultural practitioner, and community leader.


In the third, “Queen of the Desert”, we meet “real life Priscilla” Starlady, a transfeminine youth worker in Australia. The documentary follows her on a journey to Areyonga, an indigenous community in Central Australia, where she goes to work with a group of young people.


Our final documentary, “Transsexworks” takes us a lot closer to home, to the trans* sex workers of Froebenstr. in Berlin, many of whom are migrants, and subject to regular racist & transphobic abuse. The film follows local trans* organisers who work alongside the womxn to organise basic support and care structures.

Update: This final film night has been cancelled but check out the trailer below and the important work of Trans*sexworks here.


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