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Runtime: 62 minutes

Winner of NOFF2020 Documentary Features Competition: Honorable Mention

Available in the US only via NOFF Virtual Cinema.

To know musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland is to love him— and you’re about to fall in love. After three decades of releasing album after album in relative obscurity, a Japanese record collector rediscovers and reissues Copeland’s melodic electronic music to great success. Now Copeland must embark on a tour -- at the age of 74. Guiding us from his childhood in a Black Quaker home in Philadelphia to the launch of his music career, filmmaker Posy Dixon employs an experimental and lyrical style to this engaging character portrait of a transgender trailblazer who teaches us it’s never too late to become who you’re meant to be. -Angela Tucker

  • Year
  • Runtime
    63 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Premiere
    Southern US
  • Director
    Posy Dixon
  • Producer
    Liv Proctor
  • Cinematographer
    Lee Burnett, Kevin A. Fraser, Morgan K. Spencer
  • Editor
    Tim Beeston