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Third Movement (The)

Canada, English, 11 mins

  • Director: Josephine Anderson
  • Producer: Josephine Anderson; Jesse Brossoit

CGiii Comment

Talk about a missed opportunity...

Josephine Anderson's film reveals practically nothing about Sara Davis Buechner...she feeds a seagull, plays the piano and that really is about it!

Ms Buechner has a story to tell...let her tell it! How disappointing...and, frustrating!


The(ir) Blurb...

World-renowned transgender classical pianist, Sara Davis Buechner, lost a flourishing New York career after transitioning from male to female. The Third Movement is an intimate portrait that explores Sara’s battle to earn back her spot on the world stage, while also facing trans-targeted stigma and bias. As Sara dreams about a comeback, she helps guide the next generation of piano greats on their rise to the top. Ultimately, the film is a creative and nuanced depiction of an artist with unrelenting determination in the face of discrimination.

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