NOV. 4: Transgender Parents + Father - Cinema Politica at the Bloor

WHAT: Toronto premiere screening of Transgender Parents and Father with director and protagonists in attendance
WHERE: Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West
WHEN: Tuesday, November 4, 6:30 p.m.
COST: Suggested donation $5-10
INFO: cinemapolitica.org/bloor
SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook event

This event is a co-presented with the DOC Institute and the LGBTQ Parenting Network. It is co-sponsored by POV Magazine, the Centre for Women and Trans People and Cinema Politica U of T.

TRANSGENDER PARENTS
Rémy Huberdeau / Canada / 2014 / 45min / English

Transgender Parents is about love, life and kids after a gender transition. It shares the struggles and strengths of several trans women and trans men navigating different stages of parenting: from pregnancy, through raising infants, toddlers and teenagers.

Some, who transitioned prior to founding their families, experience fertility clinics and hospital births; others, who transitioned in the presence of their kids work to renegotiate their identity and relationships within their families. All are openly out in the world as trans and as parents in ways that weren’t possible 20 years ago.

Transgender Parents Doc TRAILER from Rémy Huberdeau on Vimeo.

FATHER
Moritz Mayerhofer & Asparuh Petrov / Bulgaria – Croatia – Germany / 2014 / 16min / English

Father is an award-winning, stunning mixed animation film about the complex and troubling relationship between child and father. It is a subjective personal project. It came to life because a small group of people were moved by the concept and decided to make it a reality. Perhaps, when one is watching this film, there is no need to think about the communism, the period of transition, and everything connected to it. These stories transcend Bulgaria, they could take place in other geographical locations and periods of transition. Furthermore, it is precisely these types of considerations that give meaning to our personal experiences.

FATHER trailer from FinFilm on Vimeo.