Roof opens 7:30P, Films at 8:30P. Tickets at the door, suggested ticket price $5–10.
Come early and enjoy the sunset on the roof deck before the film. Meet our community partner organizations and learn how you can get involved.
Food and drink available for cash purchase from Royal Blue Grocery, picnics welcome!
Jim Hodges’s sculpture With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress) is a pledge, a call to action, and a platform for dialogue. Join us we consider this work of art in the context of films about intersectional LGBTQ themes.
This documentary began as a film on transgender women seeking political asylum in the U.S. but developed into a story that exposes transphobia and celebrates the strength of human survival. Three transgender Mexican immigrants navigate different stages of asylum in Los Angeles—all striving to establish stability and support systems in a foreign city. (Directed by Isabel Castro, 2014, 45 min.)
Stay for a panel conversation following the film with Kay Mailander, Psychotherapist and Program Coordinator, Refugee Services of Texas; Ana Andrea Molina, Director at Organizacion Latina de Trans en Texas; Sissi Yado, Community Organizer with the Human Rights Campaign; and Sebastián Colón-Otero, LCSW, psychotherapist and activist with over ten years of experience working with trans and gender non-conforming/non-binary people.
Meet our community partner organizations!
Human Rights Campaign
The Kind Clinic
The Q Austin
Refugee Services of Texas
May 4: Naz & Maalik
May 11: Two Spirits
May 25: The Watermelon Woman