Trans writer/director Mari Walker’s first narrative feature is a confessionalist character study called See You Then, a story that takes place largely over one evening between two people with a complicated history seeing each other for the first time in over a decade. the film is an unusual drama in both subject matter and representation, and it is told by a voice too often silent in films about trans issues. Here’s hoping it finds a larger audience and wider distribution.Read more
Director Lynn Chen’s movie about three women in love with the same man captures the awkwardness of old relationships that are not quite rekindled but not quite dead in a manner that is sometimes uncomfortable to watch, but it’s refreshing to see three female leads confront their feelings head-on and come out the other side happier and ready to tackle the world.Read more
What happens when someone you once loved is the person who actually created the soundtrack of your life?
I Will Make You Mine follows three women connected by their past romances with singer/songwriter, Goh Nakamura. They’ve never quite gotten over him, and when he comes back into their lives at once, each woman must come to terms with what she wants from him and from her own life.