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When: Fri., May 1 2015
In conjunction with their I AM: A Trans Art Exhibition, Waterloo Arts hosts a special film screening at 6:30 p.m. today, as part of this month’s Walk All Over Waterloo. Presented in partnership with Sistah Sinema and the Cleveland International Film Festival, the evening includes two short films about transwomen of color. Following the films, a moderated discussion will be led by Zoë Renee Lapin. KUMU HINA: A PLACE IN THE MIDDLE tells the story of Ho’onani, an 11-year-old who dreams of leading the all-male hula troupe at her Honolulu school. STEALTH is a 22-minute short film exploring Sammy, a brave eleven-year-old embracing herself and promoting acceptance of children facing similar obstacles. Admission is free, but a $5 donation is suggested to benefit Margie’s Hope. (Usmani)


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