IMA graduate Sam Feder won audience award for the best documentary feature at TransLations film festival in Seattle for Kate Bornstein is a Queer & Pleasant Danger.
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IMA graduate Sam Feder hosted a sneak preview of Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger at The Wild Project in the East Village. The film focuses Kate Bornstein, who is a performance artist, writer and trailblazing trans elder that lives life as a “gender outlaw” that deconstructs gender and binaries. Not only did Sam Feder want a film about a trans person that was more than just them being trans, yet also a documentary that featured a multi dimensional person and the positive impact the have on the world.
IMA graduate student Sam Feder was featured on the Huffington Post, Beyond Transition: Documentaries Capture Rich, Complex Transgender Lives. The article talks about the portrayal of transgender people in mass media and progressing from the tragic image they are given to capturing more rich and complex portraits of trans folks. The article introduces Sam’s current project, Kate Bornstein Is a Queer and Pleasant Danger along with 5 other projects highlighting trans artists.