The I Identify as Me documentary and photography series celebrates queer-trans people of color (QTPOC) who identify as masculine of
center (MoC) or gender fluid women and people by discussing their lives and experiences through film and photography. The aim of
the documentary is to challenge societal ideals surrounding the importance of embracing ambiguity within gender/gender roles.
The documentary includes interviews as well as capturing the true essence of the people showcased. Additionally, it includes a
photography series that is body positive, featuring six models who come from diverse backgrounds with different body types. This is to
provide as much representation as possible.
Sponsored by Independent Arts & Media.
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