“The Most Dangerous Year” intimately chronicles the struggle for transgender rights, specifically focusing on the 2016 fight in Washington state over “bathroom bills” that would force transgender individuals, including children, to use their “birth gender” facilities. The documentary is the definition of a passion project: The filmmaker, Vlada Knowlton, is a mother with a young transgender daughter, and she and her fellow Seattle-area parents of transgender kids were instrumental in fighting the good fight in this particular civil-rights battle.
Advance tickets for programs at this venue are for sale online through Brown Paper Tickets. In the “Search Events” box, enter either the name of the film or SLIFF. There is a service charge of approximately $1.50 per ticket. Print your receipt and present it at the box office to obtain tickets.
3224 Locust Ave.
Free parking is available in the lot across the street from .ZACK; metered parking (free after 7 p.m. and all day on Sunday) is available on the surrounding streets.