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Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe is running for City Council in San Antonio. With 23 years of political activism under her belt, a husband who served in Afghanistan, and a successful corporate track record, it’s hard to see why she might not be a popular choice. But Frankie is a proud, Latinx, trans woman, and in Texas, it makes an uphill political battle something vastly more personal. Shot over the course of four years, director Ray Whitehouse immerses us into the joyous triumphs and intimate struggles of her unique campaign, and its impact on the city, the LGBTQ community, and on Frankie herself. At a time where legislatures across the country are passing bills that attack the lives of trans people, Frankie’s journey and tenacious spirit are an inspiration as she attempts to make history as the first elected openly transgender official in her state.

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  • Runtime
    82 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Los Angeles
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  • Director
    Ray Whitehouse
  • Producer
    André Pérez
  • Executive Producer
    PJ Raval, Monique Gabriela Curnen
  • Cast
    Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe, Jeff Wolfe
  • Cinematographer
    Ray Whitehouse
  • Editor
    Katrina De Vera
  • Animator
    Fabian Tejada
  • Composer
    Nicolas Repetto
  • Sound Design
    Gisela Fullà-Silvestre