Trashing Transphobia, funded by The Big Lottery Fund, run from August 2015 till November 2015 and worked with 15 members of the LGBT community. The project involved training the 15 members of the LGBT community with filmmaking and interviewing skills, which they have used to produce a feature-length documentary, Trashing Transphobia. The participants have been involved with the planning, production and post-production of the film.
Trashing Transphobia aims to tackle the discrimination that the transgender community often face. It follows Laura Holt, speaking with members of the transgender community alongside charitable organisations.
They worked with high-end production equipment including, Canon C100, Canon 5D Mark II, radio mics, tripods, monopods, prime and zoom lenses, boom pole, GoPro’s and Final Cut X.
Trashing Transphobia premiered at the Sheffield Odeon Cinema as part of Transgender Day of Remembrance 2015 in Sheffield on Friday to 20 November. Each ticket was taken and we filled the 110 seats in the cinema.