During the summer of 1986, ten year-old Tate Millikin is uprooted and forced to move with his parents to the suburbs of Kansas City. When his transphobic father discovers that their next-door neighbor is a trans woman named Gossamer, he forbids Tate to even say hello to her. As his parents' marriage unravels, Tate defies his father’s orders and, instead, forms a powerful bond with Gossamer and her father, Edward, a retired English professor.
**Please be aware this film is only available for 24 hours starting Thursday, August 13 at 12:00AM CT with a Live Q&A on Friday from 3:00-3:30PM CT. This film is also only available for regional audiences.
Director(s): Lisa Donato
Writer(s): Bridget Flanery
Producer(s): Yeardley Smith, Ben Cornwell, Jordan Foley, Jonathan Rosenthal, Nick Smith, Adam Carl
Editor(s): Alex Blatt
Cinematographer(s): Ava Benjamin Shorr
Production Designer(s): Brittany Ingram
Music Composer(s): Aaron Zigman
Alexandra Grey (Gossamer), Jackson Robert Scott (Tate), Yeardley Smith (Phyllis), Sprague Grayden (Frannie), Shane West (Billy) and Ethan Suplee (Jimbo)