The Little Deputy
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Shorts: Finding Yourself
Bijou by the BaySun, Aug 2, 2015 12:00 PM
As part of our focus on equality and LGBTQ issues in film this year, we’re highlighting five shorts dealing with gender identity and coming of age. “A Place in the Middle” is the inspiring true story of a young girl in Hawaii who dreams of leading the boys-only hula group in her school. In “Stealth,” Sammy moves to a new school and struggles with revealing her true identity to her two new best friends. In “The Little Deputy,” Trevor tries to take a photo with his dad. Six-year-old Jeffrey loves wearing dresses and wigs in “Pink Boy”—but when he wants to dress up outside the house, his mothers have to teach him how to express his identity in potentially hostile environments. And Bendik helps the monster under his bed realize its dream of becoming a cabaret singer in “Bendik & the Monster.” Scheduled to Appear: “Pink Boy” Director Eric Rockey; “A Place in the Middle” Directors Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson, Subject Kumu Hina
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Film Info
Section:Short Films
Release Year:2015
Runtime:9 min.
Type of Film:Short Documentary
Production Country:Canada
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Luke Oswald
Rob Chaulk
Trevor Schmidt
Trevor Anderson
Lynn Anderson
Director:Trevor Anderson
Produced by:Blake McWilliam
Cinematography:Peter Wunstorf, ASC
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Editing By:Justin Lachance
Music By:Luke Doucet
Description
Trevor tries to have a photo taken with his father.
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