Already unlocked? for access
Protected ContentThis content can only be viewed in authorized regions: United States of America.
After unlocking, you'll have 10 days to start watching. Once you begin, you'll have 72 hours to finish watching. Need help?

For Group Tickets CLICK HERE

Explore these stories from a LGBTQ+ youth perspective. Each story sheds light and offers different insights into young lives that are too rarely seen.

For Ages Teen 14+ | 80 minutes | Presented in English and original languages with English subtitles

Themes: Identity exploration, gender/sexuality, spectrum, gender roles and nonconformity, relationships, being an ally

This program contains: Content Warning: Strong language, mature themes

Jules & I

The documentary offers an intimate look into the lives of Roos, a young teenager and her older sister Jules. Jules has recently made the transition from male to female, and Roos isn't exactly sure her feelings on the change. For Roos, she's only known her sister as a brother, but as we hear from her she doesn't mind that Jules transitioned. She's just confused on what this new family dynamic means for her. Roos is struggling with a myriad of emotions from feeling lonely or forgotten to being unsure of how to be a good sister to Jules. The film highlights the difficulties of growing and processing the changes that come your way.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    16 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Rating
    CONTENT DETAILS: Mild Language
  • Note
    THEMES: Support, Gender Roles and Nonconformity, Facing change, family/sibling dynamics
  • Director
    Anne Ballon
  • Screenwriter
    Anne Ballon
  • Producer
    Frederik Nicolai