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Julie Hollar

Julie Hollar worked as a volunteer member of the Paper Tiger Television collective for three years, co-producing documentaries such as "Class Dismissed"- a 30 minute documentary featuring Howard Zinn that explores what is left out of the typical high school history curriculum- and "Mandate for Democracy", a response to the 2004 presidential election. Previously, as the field and communications coordinator at the Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby in Texas, Hollar helped pass the first trans-inclusive non-discrimination legislation through the Texas House of Representatives. She currently works as the communications director at the national media watch group FAIR. BOY I AM is her first feature film. (6/07)

Boy I Am
A film by Sam Feder & Julie Hollar, 2006, 72 min., Color

An important exploration of issues rarely touched upon by most films portraying female-to-male (FTM) transgender experiences, this feature-length docu...

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