As a dark wave of anti-transgender “bathroom bills” began sweeping across the nation, The Human Rights Campaign called 2016 the most dangerous year for transgender Americans.
Filmmaker Vlada Knowlton captures the ensuing civil rights battle from the perspective of a group of embattled parents – including herself and her husband, parents of a young trans girl — fighting to protect their children from discriminatory laws in their home state. While Knowlton passionately follows the story of anti-transgender legislation, the heart of the film lies in the stories of the families who accept and support their kids for exactly who they are.
Sponsored by the Wild Heart Society. A short panel discussion will be hosted after the showing. Wild Heart Society provides and promotes affirming and competent relationship-based mental health care, and community building for families and people of all ages that fosters the courage to live more authentic, connected and creative lives.
Doors at 1:30pm. Day of show tickets $12. Advance tickets $10.