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Clocked: An Oral History
The film 'Clocked: An Oral History' is the story of transgender activism and life through the eyes of the people. This film is a first person portrait of the transgender community through personal insights, stories and reflections on the meaning of community and being transgendered.
There is a lack of visibility among transmen and transwomen with the ideas that allow for a more diverse community without robbing others of their identity. This film makes a statement that not all transpeople have the same narrative and that the transgendered umbrella may need to be rebuilt with a sturdier foundation.
Through a series of interviews and ethnographies in the greater transgender community, the filmmaker creates a sense of intimacy with the films participants that allows the viewer a brief glimpse into their lives. The six participants that were chosen for the film range in identity from genderqueer to transsexual and each has their own story to tell.
Kathryn Steuerman, Cecilia Chung, Deadre Bruetsch, Zion Johnson, Zander Keig, Red Jordan Arobateau