My Way Out-A documentary about gender and sexual diversity
We are excited to introduce Izaskun Arandia’s (EWA member) new project MY WAY OUT, a documentary about gender and sexual diversity. It will be a personal and physical journey for Basque transvestite Yogurinha Borova, a film structured as a road-movie.
We believe that transphobia and homophobia have no place in the 21st century (it never did!) and so we are giving a platform to transvestites, cross-dressers, non-gender people, transexual children and to individuals and associations who are doing an excellent job in favour of the LGBT community, so that they can voice their opinions, their concerns, their hopes and dreams, uncensored and free to tell it like it is.
First scenes will be shot in the Basque Country at the end of 2017 and they will be finishing filming during the first half of 2018.
You are invited to be part of their project and to ask you to spread the word and share the information about their campaign.
HOW TO HELP:
1. Contributing to their CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN. From as little as €5!: http://goteo.cc/mywayouten
2. Sharing the above link by email, whatsapp, Facebook or Twitter
3. Talking about our project to: friends, family, colleagues, acquaintances.