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“Formally inventive and wonderfully collaborative. A brilliant and enlivening investigation into the role of trans history and the limits of visibility.” – Shannon Keating, BuzzFeed
“A film of quiet but decisive radicality that builds its own genesis and production into it.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker
“A vital part of the historical record…uses vintage gender-study interviews as a prism through which to view modern transgender lives.” – Alonso Duralde, The Wrap
“Framing Agnes,” premiering as part of the festival’s NEXT section, hosts a fascinating discussion about the transgender experience in a way that simultaneously engages with the past and present. It begins with Agnes Torres, a transgender woman who back in the early 1960s participated in a UCLA ...