RIFE Documentary Open Call

RIFE Documentary Open Call

Are you a Bristol based, 18 – 30 and want / have had gender-affirming top surgery?

As a part of The Future is Collective, we are making a documentary exploring the financial inequalities and barriers of getting gender-affirming top surgery. The documentary will be shared on the RIFE website, and social media.

About Us

Kieran is one of Rife’s four Content Creators chosen as part of The Future is Collective. He is a trans masc filmmaker interested in exploring social issues through his work.

Kaja is one of Rife’s four resident editors. She is a writer who is also part of the LGBT+ community and produces content to do with intersectional activism.

What Will I need to do?

You will first have a chat with Kieran & Kaja to talk more about the project. Then if you are selected to take part in the documentary, you will attend filming days talking about your experiences with top surgery in Bristol.

Rife will offer an open dialogue during the process to make sure you are happy with the film’s contents.

Register Your Interest

If you are Bristol based, 18 – 30, want / have had gender-affirming top surgery and are interested in being part of the film, fill out the short form below to register your interest:

    Are you available for a zoom chat at the beginning of June?

    Are you available to be interviewed at the end of June?

    Deadline for expressions of interest: 3rd June 2022

    Privacy Notice

    We’ll use the information from this form to get in touch & to discuss the project further with you. Your information will be kept strictly confidential, won’t be used for any other purpose, and will be securely deleted within 3 months of the project completion date.

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    The Future is Collective is a Watershed programme of work propelling community and climate activism by offering support and development to freelance creatives. The programme is made possible thanks to public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.