Director Sam Feder’s documentary “Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen” shows that through 100 years of cinema and popular culture, trans people and ideas about what it means to be trans have actually been very visible on screen, but many of those images have been “violent and dehumanizing.”

Feder’s film argues that we’ve been programmed to think a certain way about trans people based on this long history of seeing trans people as villains or jokes, and he hopes “Disclosure” forces cis gendered folks to what these stories have said for the past 100 years.

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