Following the world premiere of Dressed as a Girl at Flare: London's LGBT Film Festival, all the major players from the film took part in a touching, quite funny at time Q&A. Filmed in NFT1 at BFI, London.
Meet the director Colin Rothbart, Jonny Woo, John Sizzle, Scottee, Holestar, Ma Butcher, Pia and producer Chris Amos. Interviewed by the rather suave Brian Robinson from BFI.
If you would like to see this and other special clips than follow the Dressed as a Girl channel on Youtube.
Today we caught up with the sensational trans star Amber Waze. She is afterall appearing in Dalston this very Saturday afternoon - at the Q&A following the screening of Dressed As A Girl (Rio Cinema - Tickets)
How have you been since the premiere? Have you been up to anything fun?
The premiere was such a cleansing experience for me - to finally see the seven years of my transition squeezing into two hours was emotional, self-inspiring and has made me realise just how far I have come both mentall...
Less than a week ago, hardly anyone had seen Dressed as a Girl, now everyone wants to.
Following on from the ectastic reaction at the World Premiere and BFI Flare screenings, we are very happy to give you the chance to see Dressed As A Girl at the beloved Rio Cinema in Dalston on Saturday 18th April at 2pm. All the proceeds will go towards covering costs we have incurred in post production. NOTE: we are hoping for a distribution deal now so this may be your last chance to see ...
Last Sunday saw the momentous world premiere of Dressed As A Girl at BFI Flare, and with it the coming together of some serious gay scene royalty - political activists, celebrity mavericks, Ru Paul's A-List and a Who's Who of all things Jonny Woo.
Jodie Harsh, Virgin Xtravaganza and Courtney Act [photo: Al de Perez]
The cast of Dressed As A Girl gathered in the BFI's press lounge. Director Colin Rothbart made a cup of tea for his special guest Lauren Harries (who would later be riding acros...