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Translations Film Festival

2023 TRANSlations is a hybrid festival featuring unforgettable features, shorts, and events that celebrate all things trans. Our theme this year is TRANS THROUGH TIME because trans folks have always been here and always will be. Get pumped for a whole new slate of films that depict the array of trans experiences!

The festival will be available to stream virtually anywhere in the U.S. May 4-7. You can also join us for in-person screenings and events at Ark Lodge Cinemas and The Beacon Cinema May 5 & 6. This is our first year taking over the Columbia City neighborhood and we're really excited to connect with new audiences there.

RSVP on Facebook. Follow @translationsfilmfestival for updates. Stay tuned for announcements about our films and special guests!

[100% of our films will be subtitled/captioned, as part of our larger efforts to make our programs as accessible as possible to the vast intersections of the LGBTQ+ community.]

Company Name: Translations Film Festival
Organization's Scope of Network: Local
400 E Pine St., Seattle, United States 98122
Phone: 206.323.4274

Washington State LGBTQ Commission

Mission: The Washington State LGBTQ Commission works to improve the state’s interface with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit, and intersex community, identify the needs of its members, and ensuring that there is an effective means of advocating for LGBTQ equity in all aspects of state government.

Vision: The Washington State LGBTQ Commission envisions a state where every two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex Washingtonian of any age feels safe, supported, and empowered.

Company Name: Washington State LGBTQ Commission
Organization's Scope of Network: Regional
905 Plum Street SW, Suite 300, Olympia, United States 98501
Primary Email:


The mission of the Washington State Human Rights Commission is to prevent and eliminate discrimination through the fair application of the law, the efficient use of resources, and the establishment of productive partnerships in the community.

Under the law, everyone has the right to be free from discrimination at work, in housing, in a public accommodation, or when seeking credit and insurance. Any individual who believes that he or she has been discriminated against based on protected class status may file a charge of discrimination with the WSHRC.

A discrimination charge in employment, public accommodation, credit and insurance must be filed with WSHRC within six months, from the date of the alleged violation, in order to protect your rights. A discrimination charge in housing must be filed with the WSHRC within one year from the date of the alleged violation.

Company Name: Washington State Human Rights Commission
Organization's Scope of Network: Regional
711 S. Capitol Way, Suite 402, Olympia, United States 98504
Phone: 1-800-233-3247
Primary Email:
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