An observational documentary about the physical and emotional changes faced by a non-binary 17-year-old during her transition process.
Always Amber, directed by Hannah Reinikainen and Lia Hietala. Sweden. 2020. 76’ Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles
Swedish millennial filmmakers Hannah Reinikainen Bergenman and Lia Hietala make their debut with a cinematographic video diary about Amber’s new life as a transgender person. Always Amber takes us to the heart of a utopian community of non-binary individuals, where Amber and her friends can live and express themselves freely, unhampered by society.
The film was premiered in the Panorama section of the Berlinale and subsequently screened at various festivals, winning Best Feature Film at Seoul IWFF 2020 and Best Documentary at Zinegoak 2021.
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17 and 18 AprilScreenings, Films “La casa dell’amore” by Luca Ferri
An esoteric documentary about the enchanted house where the transgender witch and prostitute Bianca Dolce Miele lives.
24 and 25 AprilScreenings, Films “A Perfectly Normal Family” by Malou Reymann
An autobiographical drama about a girl who refuses to accept her father’s gender transition process.