The first openly transgender actor in the Marvel Universe says there needs to be more representation of his experience.
Cannes International Film Festival, alone with the Berlin International Film Festival and Venice International Film Festival are the three most prestigious film festivals in the world where indigenous people disseminate their own culture to the world and foreigners bring their own culture to these festivals to communicate.
The film, directed by David Fernández, tells her story and another one with less luck, that of Alan, a trans minor who took his own life in 2015 after 17 years victim of school bullying.
Raval’s documentary pinpoints several themes while covering the murder of Jennifer Laude.
Unlike the government-sponsored fest, ShanghaiPRIDE operates in a legal gray zone because of its celebration of LGBTQ content, which is frowned upon by Chinese censors.
“It’s a confusing time, that’s for sure. In terms of representation in Hollywood, yes, it’s getting better. But a lot of characters we write for queer people are still determined by the violence they experience.”
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‘I wanted to show the challenges for gay people of Chinese descent, what kind of generational barriers they have to negotiate,’ he says