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Authentically Us: Voices from the Transgender Community is a three part virtual series about transgender people living in the American northwest. Their narratives relay the three key ideas; that transgender people should be able to live and work anywhere, and that transgender people have always been part of our communities.  The films were produced in partnership with Oculus VR for Good and Pride Foundation. The films have premiered and screened at over 10+ film festivals including Tribeca, SXSW, Cannes, The American Film Institute Docs, and Sheffield Doc/Fest. 


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Direct violence and discriminatory legislation against the transgender community continues to rise at a time when transgender visibility in pop culture continues to break glass ceilings. Step into the lives of three transgender people in the American northwest who are living authentically and taking action to make our communities safer and more prosperous for all.

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AIDEN CRAWFORD, a Two-Spirit artist and historian in Boise, Idaho, struggles to preserve and revive his heritage in intergenerational struggle to learn, educate, and pass down the wisdom of his First Nations Two Spirit elders.

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SHANNON SCOTT driven by the military tenet of “Leave No One Behind,” pulls the levers of democracy urging freedom and justice for all be secured from the marbled halls of Washington D.C. to the hallowed ground of those who championed equality before her.  

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ACTON SEIBEL is a normal guy who came home to Missoula, Montana to transition. As a transgender person of color working in a traditionally masculine industry as a mechanic, he challenges us to see beyond politics, seeing the value he adds to our communities.