2:00 pm Sat, May 4, 2013
Venue: Bright Family Screening Room at the Paramount Center
559 Washington St., Boston, MA 02111Contact:
Artsemerson Box Office
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This screening is part of the 29th Annual Boston LGBT Film Festival. It's morning in Mexico. Buck is feeding his seven dogs. Trailed by the pack, he picks up photos and reveals his past. Buck was born female yet always knew he was male. Even his parents raised him as a boy until puberty. That's when the conflict began escalating to drug addiction and suicide attempts. Buck fully transitioned to male when he underwent a double mastectomy. The film follows Buck as he creates a new genre in porn trying to change the belief that you need a penis to be a man. Not aware of their child's fame are his parents, whose participation is a moving reunion uncovering Buck's early history. Mr. Angel packs a universal lesson of acceptance and is a portrait of an unlikely hero. Also screening: Noa Directed by Gal Kadosh Noa tries to take care of her trauma-struck friend, attempting to cure and bring him back to normal life while hiding from him her personal instinctive wishes. A InevitÃƒï¿½Ã‚Â¡vel HistÃƒï¿½Ã‚Â³ria de LetÃƒï¿½Ã‚Âcia Diniz (The Inevitable Story of Leticia Diniz) Directed by Marcelo Pedreira The movie follows the journey of a gorgeous trans woman, from her troubled childhood in a small town close to the Amazon, to her body hormonal transformation process and her initiation in the prostitution underworld of Rio de Janeiro , Brazil. Trans Media Panel Discussion Saturday, May 4, 4 p.m. Join the Boston LGBT Film Festival and filmmakers, activists and academics as we discuss representations of the trans community in contemporary media.