Long awaited documentary about the experiences of a number of intersex people around the world, Intersexion, was made for New Zealand television broadcaster TV One by Grant Lahood with the assistance of Wellington-resident intersex activist and counsellor Mani Bruce Mitchell.
Film, TV and video
Film, TV and video about intersex people and issues.
OII member and photographer Del LaGrace Volcano, in an interview by Morgan of OII Australia for an ‘Intersex 101’ workshop at “Camp Betty” in Sydney.
OII-USA chair Hida Viloria in an excellent interview by Alix Iron for a Intersex 101′ workshop at the “Camp Betty” event in Sydney.
BRISBANE documentary-maker Phoebe Hart’s long-awaited film Orchids: My Intersex Adventure will show in Sydney on Wednesday 23rd February 2011 at 7pm at the Dendy cinema in Newtown. Orchids is being shown as part of the 2011 New Mardi Gras Film Festival, Sydney’s premier event for film-goers wishing to see features and documentaries made on LGBTQI-related…
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Gina Wilson speaks at the Marriage Equality rally on 27 November 2010 in Sydney.
This is a terrific in-depth interview with Australian documentary filmmaker Pheoebe Hart. ABC interview: Documentary filmmaker Phoebe Hart has a condition called AIS – Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome; a woman with male chromosomes, which means she’s part male and part female. When her mother finally revealed the full truth about her condition Phoebe was intially shocked,…
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Phoebe Hart’s autobiographical documentary is highly recommended. Documentary filmmaker, Phoebe Hart, comes clean on her journey of self-discovery to embrace her future and reconcile the past shame and family secrecy surrounding her intersex condition. Despite her mother’s outright refusal to be in the film, Phoebe decides she must push on with her quest to resolve…
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Tiger Howard Devore was the first intersex person to be public on television. Here he talks on Oprah in 1984.
Gina Wilson’s Speech for TEDxSydney 2010, Saturday 22 May 2010.
New Zealand photographer Rebecca Swan talked about her project Assume Nothing at the Australian Centre for Photography.
Patient advocate Janet Green, a woman born with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH), voices concern about high risk in utero steroid treatment being given to pregnant women.
Howard “Tiger” Devore features in this documentary about intersex genital mutilation.