Thursday, April 05, 2007
TRANSGENDER CINEMA—Enough Man
Ever since Jed Rosenthal Bell opened up my eyes (and my heart) to the transmen experience, I've welcomed the opportunity to learn more. That opportunity arrives free of charge as Frameline at the Center inaugurates its third season with a screening of Enough Man on Thursday, April 12 at 7:30PM at San Francisco's LGBT Center, 1800 Market Street, San Francisco.
Documentary meets explicit sexuality in Luke Woodward's groundbreaking debut video about body image, relationships, sex and sexuality from the perspective of nine female-to-male (FTM) transmen and their partners. Featuring health educators, college students, sex workers, activists and artists, Enough Man navigates the terrain between objectivity and personal identity, allowing viewers into some of the most personal and rarely discussed areas of transgender life. By, for, and about FTMs, Enough Man is at once sexy and political, punchy and poignant.
Seating will be limited so early arrival is recommended! There will be a post-screening discussion with Luke Woodward. Frameline at the Center's screening of Enough Man is proudly co-presented by: Center for Sex & Culture, Fresh Meat Productions, Tranny Fest, Trans March and United Genders of the Universe. Enough Man will be available April 10 through Frameline Distribution. The DVD includes half an hour of deleted scenes.