Queer Possibilities: A Conversation on Intergenerational Solidarity
LGBTQIA+ Stories • 10m
Queer Possibilities is a short film capturing a discussion between Sammie Ablaza Wills & Vince Crisostomo, two trans and queer Asian and Pacific Islander activists of different generations. In this mini-documentary, Sammie and Vince connect over the power of intergenerational solidarity, mistake-making, and moving beyond the binary.
Director & Producer: PJ Raval
2021 | 10 min
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