After the Big Screen
Being True to Ourselves
A collection of short films exploring the infinite possibilities of gender
Winner of ACT Mental Health Week Award 2013 and Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Service Achievement Award 2013. Made by people who identify, experience or think about gender in a diversity of ways. Part of A Gender Agenda's resource for people exploring their gender identity, their partners, family and friends, or those who work with them.
Partners: A Gender Agenda, PhotoAccess
Interviews with five digital storytellers after the launch of Being True to Ourselves at the the National Film and Sound Archives
Watch the digital stories
Not just any body
Not satisfied with ‘no’ for an answer, Peter was determined to ‘make a space of his own’.
Possessed by Gender
Dan shares the inside story of ‘almost but not quite’. Begging the question – 'why does the ‘middle’ have to feel like nowhere?'
Sallyanne's New Life and Journey
'I never thought so much could change in just one year.'
Sallyanne’s story of self-discovery and amazement.
A story about labels: experiences of not fitting in, finding belonging and community, and redefining words and meanings
Don’t break what you can’t fix. Ashley’s poignant message from the heart of someone who knows first-hand the cost of such actions.
Nature delivers diversity, but society hates difference. What if society just accepted the diversity delivered by nature?
Just One Night
When times are hard for Tom, even one small moment can make a big difference.