Events / Focus on Gender: Queer Film Screenings + Q&A
Rites of Passage《人生大事》
I Don’t Care《那又怎样?!》
The Little Girl in Me《藏在我身体里的少女》
The Beijing American Center cordially invites you to attend the screenings of 3 films: “Rites of Passage,” “I Don’t Care,” “The Little Girl in Me,” and Q&A with Japanese director Inoue Kana and film curator Hibino Makoto.
Thursday, June 20, 2013, 18:30 – 21:40
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LOCATION: Beijing American Center, JingGuang Center, Suite 2801, Hu Jia Lou, Chaoyang District.
METRO STOP: Line 10, Hu Jia Lou Exit D, walk south one block to the JingGuang Center
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18:30-18:50 Rites of Passage （19 mins ）
18:50 – 19:00 I Don’t Care (10 mins)
19:00-19:30 Q&A with director Inoue Kana
19:30- 21:10 The Little Girl in Me (100 mins)
21:10 – 21:40 Q&A with film curator Hibino Makoto
Rites of Passage
19 mins, 2011, Documentary, USA; Director：Jeff Roy; Dialogue: English; Subtitles: Chinese
This engaging biopic traces the journey of Maya Jafer, who travels from Chennai, India to Bangkok in order to have the operation that will allow her to live life as she has always felt she is: a woman.
I don’t care
10 mins, 2012, Narrative, Japan; Director：Inoue Kana; Dialogue: Japanese; Subtitles： CN+EN
An intersex love story.
The Little Girl in Me
100 mins, 2012, Narrative, Japan; Director：Shoji Kubota; Dialogue: Japanese; Subtitles： CN+EN
An honest coming-of-age film about cross-dressing, in which a reclusive young man learns of the existence of “Josoko” (men who wear women’s clothing) and begins to reconnect with society. Written and directed by Kubota Shoji, it was his third movie in consecutive years to be officially selected by the Montreal World Film Festival.
Kensuke (Kawano Naoki) joins a company straight out of university but quits after only half a year, and his pessimistic view of life leads him to hole up in his bedroom. His family indulge him and he spends his time doing very little, but his curiosity is aroused one day when he discovers a website for cross-dressing men.
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