The HBO true crime miniseries The Lady and the Dale argues that it’s just as important to highlight trans outlaws in addition to role models.
The documentary No Ordinary Man is not just a biography of Billy Tipton, but also a critical lens on how culture has depicted trans men.
From a look at the contemporary NYC ballroom scene to a portrait of an undocumented caretaker, here are some lesser-known movies about trans characters and subjects.
The documentary Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen, now streaming on Netflix, focuses too much on representation, to the detriment of other aspects of the trans experience in cinema.
Director Jeanie Finlay talks about her new documentary Seahorse, in which she follows trans man Freddy McConnell through his pregnancy.
The landmark queer documentaries The Queen and Paris is Burning have been restored and are back in theaters.
On the occasion of the publication of Trap Door, the New Museum convened a panel to discuss the realities of transgender artists and cultural workers and their lives in the so-called mainstream.
On the surface, the new musical Southern Comfort has all the trappings of a conventional family drama.
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics illustrates not just the multiplicity of transgender identities but the many forms of expression those identities take.
A project by artist Carlos Motta to interview and document the work of transgender and intersex activists recently went public, in the form of an online archive.
It’s been two years since a legal battle was won, yet trans and non-binary people in Argentina remain vulnerable to different forms of violence.
At the brief question and answer period that followed the premiere of the new documentary TURNING, Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons, spoke briefly about the difficulty of understanding what a work of art means, even to those involved in making it.