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Trans Parenting at GFT, Glasgow
May 14 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pmFree – £10
Trans Parenting is a shorts programme that focuses on trans and non-binary experiences around family; raising families, forming families, and nurturing families.
Flash Flood (2017, Dir. Al Mackay) is a short animation. Deep within a rotoscoped dream, three transgender people confront a cataclysmic flood. Featuring stories from Jessie Anderson, Helen Poon and Al Mackay.
Transgender Parents (2013, Dir. Rémy Huberdeau) reveals the gifts trans people bring to parenting because of, and not in spite of, their gender. It’s an intimate and tender look at the art of parenting, some of the hardest relational work in this life.
M(OTHER)HOOD (2022, Dir. Bea Goddard) is a short documentary that shows an unfiltered but fragmentary perspective of Jack López – a trans parent of four children, using the children’s art, cinematography, and words to gain privileged access to their domestic sphere.
Curated by Indigo Korres.
Tickets are on a pay what you can sliding scale of FREE, £2, £4, £6, £8, or £10. To book, click the button below or call the GFT Box Office on 0141 332 6535
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This screening has an age recommendation of N/C 12+.
English audio and British Sign Language with English language captions. BSL-English interpretation for intro of event.
Audio description available for the film. Headsets available at the cinema entrance.
Live Captioning available for the introduction.
Quiet Room available.
Induction Loop available.
67 minutes long.
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Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and National Lottery funding from the BFI.
These events were originally scheduled to take place at CCA, Glasgow. We decided to postpone our Trans-Generational Tour events in Glasgow after three weeks of demonstrations at Saramago (the independent bar & restaurant at CCA), with no sign of a resolution. SQIFF stands in solidarity with the workers and supports them and Clydeside IWW in their actions against Saramago.