OTHERNESS ARCHIVE PRESENTS
A THREE DAY *TRANS MASC MOVING IMAGE EXHIBIT; A WIDE RANGE OF WORK FOCUSING ON THE NUANCES OF THE TRANS MASC EXPERIENCE.


A selection of moving image work from both international and national filmmakers and artists who submitted to our open call as well as films found by our researchers. The intention of this archival project and exhibit is to create potential ideas and thoughts on what a trans masc archive could look like. Additionally, to document the process of constructing an archive, rebuilding an archive, assembling an archive and how it can act as a no cost living resource for our community.

 

Curated by Sweatmother 

 

Researchers: Romeo Roxman Gatt, Yaz Metcalfe, Sweatmother 

Access: There will be a BSL interpreter for Friday's and Saturday's Events. The films will all be captioned in English. The space is wheelchair accessible and includes 1 disabled toilet. Seating includes plastic pop out chairs with back support.

Tickets: Guests can purchase the higher cost tickets to support access for lower income members of our community. We encourage everyone who can afford to to buy the higher priced tickets, especially if you are not someone from the community that Otherness Archive holds space for. We appreciate your support with this.

Content Warning: The Dark Room will feature 18+ work and is not suitable for children (be advised: sex, nudity)

*trans masc refers to the nuances of the trans masc expirence in moving image work and to variations of masculinites including but not limited to  trans men, non-binary, dyke, butch and gender non-conforming people     

Friday October 14th: Opening Day and Launch Party 

Join us for a celebration of the opening of the Trans Masc Moving Image Exhibit and receive an original poster by Opashona Ghosh inspired by Otherness Archive’s first trans masc film program ‘the forgotten archives of the trans masc experience’.

Ticket includes Full Film Programme (Screening Everyday) 

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Saturday October 15th: Trans+ On Screen Network Day

Trans+ on Screen takes over Saturday. A space to watch the work and network with other trans+ filmmakers alongside a live Q&A on “what makes a project a trans project?” with Alice Blanc + guest speakers.

Ticket includes Full Film Programme (Screening Everyday) 

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Sunday October 16th: Closing Screening - Keyboard Fantasies , Posy Dixon - USA 2022

Join us for our closing screening of Keyboard Fantasies by Posy Dixon and see the last day of the entire moving image exhibit featuring all of the incredible artists.

Ticket includes Full Film Programme (Screening Everyday) 

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