Three Dollar Bill Cinema wrapped up production of their 13th Translation Film Festival, one of the biggest film festivals by and for the transgender community and allies in the world, this past Saturday, May 12th. And, they’ve just announced the Audience Award winners via social media:
Translations 2018: Seattle Transgender Film Festival wrapped up its 13th annual festival on May 12th. Thank you so much to our volunteers and audiences for making the world’s largest transgender film festival a huge success! We are pleased to announce our Audience Awards. Congratulations, filmmakers!
Best Narrative Feature
當他們認真編織時 Close Knit directed by Naoko Ogigami
Best Narrative Short
Mrs McCutcheon directed by John Sheedy
Best Documentary Short
Sununu: The Revolution of Love directed by Olivia Crellin
Three Dollar Bill Cinema will also be teaming up with Seattle PrideFest again this year for some special events during Seattle LGBTQ Pride month in June….and stay tuned to find out about the theme/films scheduled for their popular Outdoor Summer Movie Screening series in Cal Anderson Park scheduled for August.
Tags: Close Knit directed by Naoko Ogigami, MAN MADE directed by T Cooper, Mrs McCutcheon directed by John Sheedy, Sununu: The Revolution of Love directed by Olivia Crellin, Transgender Film, Translations Film Festival 2018, Winners Translations Film Festival