Caught up in the precariousness of survival and self-preservation, homeless queer and trans youth of color hang out at Christopher Street Pier, forging their own chosen family. Genuine and charming, these eloquent youth must contend with overwhelming amounts of homophobia and abuse. As real as it gets, and with intimate, immersive access to the hazardous life of its vulnerable but fearless protagonists, director Elegance Bratton’s still-hopeful portrait exposes a raw side of New York City many often choose to ignore.
**Please be aware this film is only available for a one-time screening on Saturday, August 15 from 1:30-2:30PM directly followed by the live Q&A.
Director(s): Elegance Bratton
Writer(s): Elegance Bratton
Producer(s): Chester Algernal Gordon
Editor(s): Bernhard Fasenfest
Cinematographer(s): Elegance Bratton
Production Designer(s): N/A
Music Composer(s): James Newberry
Krystal LaBeija, DeSean Irby, Jusheem 'Casper' Thorne