Documentary Film Festivals and New Website

It’s been quiet on the blog because I’ve been spending most of my time learning to shoot and edit film to bring education to a wider audience.


I’m delighted to share that I and my co-producers/co-directors, Lianne Simon and Paul Van Ness, are now submitting Stories of Intersex and Faith to Film Festivals around the country.

Check out our new website

…where you can watch the trailer, read endorsements, reviews, and view images from the last two years of production.

We couldn’t have gotten here without the support of so many of you.

Thank you for partnering with us!

There are still many ways you can help:

DONATE: We still have many production costs hanging over our heads and new costs to enter film festivals and get the word out.

VOLUNTEER: If we get into a festival in your city we will need volunteers to spread the word so people with come view the film. Subscribe here and on our social channels to stay in the loop.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Share our new trailer on the new website. Like our Documentary FaceBook page. Follow us on Twitter @intersexfaith. Subscribe for updates.

BE PATIENT: The only downside to film festivals is that it means we cannot book public screenings during our festival year or we disqualify ourselves for these important venues which are our best avenue to get the film to as wide an audience as possible. However, private screenings at conferences and booked events are sometimes possible so contact us for details.

Thank you for partnering with us to create a world where every child is welcome. Period.