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Screening in Honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance/Resistance/Resilience:


This beautiful movie, Roxanne, was a festival favorite due to it’s cinematic quality, and emotional depth. Motherhood is redefined as a beautiful and all inclusive as well as healing when Roxanne, an isolated transgender sex worker, takes in a young girl who has been abandoned by her mother, and her life is thrown into question. This movie has since screen and won recognition throughout the world.

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Additional works from our past Festivals, highlighted in honor of Transgender Day of Rememberance/Resistance/Resilience

December 17th from KIRMIZI S¸EMSIYE, TURKEY

Transgenders Life from Asian Pacific Network of $ex Workers

Prostitution Free Zone by PJ Starr

“EN EL FUEGO” In The Fire by Dante Alencastre

For Love or Money by Paddy Wivell

Holy Milf by Pavini Moray

Pay It No Mind: The Life and Times of Marsha P. Johnson by Michael Kasino

Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria by Susan Stryker & Victor Silverman

San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Festival

The San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film and Art Festival, as always, focuses on the lives, the art, and the struggle for workers' and human rights of people employed in sex work industries. The festival strives to maintain a forum for diverse voices, including youth, sex workers of color, migrant sex workers; sex workers' rights organizations around the world, queer and trans sex workers, sex worker artists, saints, heros and she-ros, and sex workers both within and outside the borders of the United States. Films and topics address the impact of trafficking policy and discourse on sex workers; sex work as a labor issue on the international agenda; sex work and gender identities, sex education, sex art, porn, fetish culture and erotica, as well as portraits of strippers, prostitutes, doms, madams and much more.



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