Celebrations of the queer experience from around the globe.
With conversations between Cinema St. Louis artistic director Chris Clark and "Kapaemahu" director Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, "Lipstick and Leather" director Amy Oden, and " A Throne for Miss Ghana" director Veso Golden.
A group of young lesbians from São Paulo go on a trip to a remote beach for a New Year’s celebration.
Drawing on new research and using vivid animation, “Kapaemahu” explores the healing power of four mysterious stones on Waikiki Beach and the legendary transgender spirits within them.
An exploration of the alt-drag community in the nation’s capital and how these performers are spreading their influence across the East Coast.
In this music video for Benjamin Scheuer’s “I Am Samantha” — a song inspired by his friend Samantha Williams — 27 trans actors tell the story of the universal human journey to find identity, acceptance, and love.
Veso Golden, a transgender woman from Ghana, lives in isolation because of social rejection but dreams of succeeding in a great international beauty pageant.