June 5–15, 2020
Part of People Everyday: The Films of Jeanie Finlay

Dir. Jeanie Finlay. 2019, 89 mins. Freddy is 30 and yearns to start a family but for him this ordinary desire comes with unique challenges. He is a gay transgender man. Deciding to carry his own baby took years of soul searching, but nothing could prepare him for the reality of pregnancy, as both a physical experience and one that challenges society's fundamental understanding of gender, parenthood, and family. Made with unprecedented access and collaboration over three years, the film follows Freddy from preparing to conceive right through to birth. It is an intimate, audacious and lyrical story about conception, pregnancy, birth and what makes us who we are.

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Tickets: $12 ($10 MoMI Members). Fifty percent of ticket sales benefit the Museum.

★★★★ “A tender—and rather wonderful—documentary about love, family and the complexities of identity”The Guardian

★★★★ “A fascinating, vital story told with heart and tenderness”Little White Lies