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Sunday, September 25 • 1:40pm - 4:00pm
Reflections on Identity: Race, Religion, Nationality and Sexuality. Films Featured: Limbo (35), My Identity (11), Finding Kim (83)

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Limbo (35)
Midwest Premiere. Filmed & Produced in Italy and the United States.
Relevant and timeless, Limbo gives to the voice to the Africans fleeing execution and arriving on the shores of Italy.

My Identity (11)
Midwest Premiere. Filmed & Produced in the United States.
Ashley, a young Native-American girl, converts to Islam in
hopes of finding structure in a life where it never existed, but
with that decision comes the risk of losing one of the few
biological connections she still has. My Identity tells the story
of how race, religion, and the foster care experience can
shape one's identity.                  

Finding Kim (83)
World Premiere. Filmed & Produced in the United States.
Have you ever felt as though your brain doesn’t match your body? That everything you were told you should be…you weren’t? Sure, everyone can relate to some degree. But have you ever felt not of your gender? Follow the incredible and honest journey of a truly remarkable individual managing the beginnings of gender re-assignment at 50 years old. The message of “Finding Kim” is one that speaks beyond being Transgender & gender itself. It’s about knowing and understanding yourself & who you truly are as an individual. We wish for Kim’s voice to resonate with anyone struggling with gender identity or self-acceptance. Other interviews within the film include Dan Savage, Carmen Carerra, Calpernia Addams & Buck Angel.

Sunday September 25, 2016 1:40pm - 4:00pm PDT
Showplace Icon Theaters 150 W. Roosevelt, Chicago, IL 60608

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