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Queer + Trans Asian Short Films

SunKissed Productions, Grace Naw, & Patrick G. Lee (bday boy!!!) are bringing you a tender night of queer & trans Asian short films. 

We're hosting the screening at Secret Project Robot, followed by chill afterparty vibes from DJ Chico Chi (Oakland's Hunnies & Hot Sauce) & DJ Syd UltraOmni.

FREE ENTRY with EVENTBRITE RSVP (see link above)

We have 2 screening times to accommodate as many people as possible. (Please only RSVP for one of the screening times!)

Doors 4pm
Film Screening + Q&A
--> First Seating 4.30pm
--> Second Seating 6pm
Afterparty 7.30pm onward

NOODS & BUNS by the MILITANT MANATEE (a Queens-based queer and trans Taiwanese comfort food vendor) will be available before, during, and after both screenings.

TENTATIVE MENU (meat, vegan, and vegetarian options, $5-10 sliding scale):

Steamed Bun (Gua Bao/刈包) Trio
--> three steamed buns filled with your choice of protein (five-spice braised pork belly or soy-braised mushroom and eggplant), plus pickled mustard greens, crushed toasted peanuts, and cilantro

Stir-fried Rice Noodle Bowl (炒米粉) 
--> vegan and gluten-free stir-fried rice noodles with carrots, cabbage, and shiitake mushrooms, served with your choice of protein (five-spice braised pork belly or soy-braised mushroom and eggplant), sautéed bok choy, and half a tea egg

POP-UP SHOP by Tender Bois Club 
@TenderBoisClub is a trans coast to coast (Oakland, CA, and Brooklyn, NY, based) multimedia creative collective. TBC serves as an incubator for artists Eli Chi (Chico Chi) and Wazi Maret’s creative endeavors and aims to embrace vulnerability, joy and the culture trans people and bois of color bring to the world.

*Restrooms are gender neutral. 
*We strongly encourage all participants of the space/event to be scent-free.
*For wheelchair accessibility info and requests to reserve priority seating, please contact us directly at, and we will get back to you ASAP. (The venue has asked us not to list this info online.) 


XANH the movie // by Sal Tran

Xanh’s (they/them) mother is a seamstress who polices Xanh’s gender presentation through the creation of feminine clothes. As their mom continuously criticizes their wardrobe, Xanh experiences nightmares that pushes them to search for peace within.



The filmmaker goes on a cross-country road trip in search of his queer and trans Asian Pacific Islander elders and ancestors. 


***we'll update this section as we add more films to our line-up***

Earlier Event: September 8
Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Fest 2018