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Clocked: An Oral History

The film 'Clocked: An Oral History' is the story of transgender activism and life through the eyes of the people. This film is a first person portrait of the transgender community through personal insights, stories and reflections on the meaning of community and being transgendered. There is a lack of visibility among transmen and transwomen with the transformative ideas that may allow for a more diverse community without robbing others of their identity.


Almost Myself

After finding a most unusual web site that was seeking funds to help reverse a sex change, award winning filmmaker Tom Murray set out on a fascinating cross country journey to explore just a small part of the vastly diverse transgender community. The filmmaker in trying to define the film and what he learned in making it said that it could be described as Transgender 101 by and for a Non-transgender person.


Directed by: Dean Francis

Transgression is the story of Grem, a 19 year old arts and law student at Sydney University. She is intelligent, talented, and articulate and is born into a wealthy Hong Kong family. But Grem is suffering from a body condition: Although Grem identifies culturally, psychologically, and spiritually as female, she was born a male. Transgression tracks Grem's memories of childhood and teenage years, and captures the discovery and acceptance of her identity.


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