The Unmentionables Film Festival: Unmentionable Intersections - Black Trans
Wednesday, June 17th, 7:00pm
The Unmentionables Film Festival
Vol. 1: Menstruation
(The Unmentionables Film Festival is an annual theme-based festival that will focus on a different "taboo" topic each year. The inaugural Unmentionables Film Festival invites audiences to participate in a public discourse and celebration of all things menstrual.)
The Unmentionable Intersections: Black Trans folks speak on Menstruation
In collaboration with Black Trans Media, a community based project committed to reframing the value and worth of black trans people, the festival presents an evening about trans folks and menstruation. Featuring short films and live storytelling from the black trans and non-gender conforming community, The Unmentionable Intersections will present powerful stories about bodies, health, gender, race, self-determination, menstruation, and more.
Reception to follow.
All-Access Pass for The Unmentionables Film Festival ($95)
Save money, receive free festival swag, and ensure that you have priority seating to all festival screenings. Priority seating for pass holders will be held until 15 minutes before show time. Pass holders will also receive tickets for our Live Storytelling event at the Triad (Monday, June 15th @ The Triad) and our special screening of Water Children, which will include a live performance and discussion with film subject, concert pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama (Friday, June 19th @ University Settlement).
For more information on the Special Events, visit: www.UnmentionablesFilmFestival.com
Maysles Cinema (View)
343 Lenox Ave.
New York City, NY 10027