True Colors THEATER



Watch all these films for free at Projector Plus from 3 to 12 December 2021.



These films are available to stream for free via Projector Plus in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Cyprus, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Syrian Arab Republic, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Yemen.

  1. Best Summer Ever
    Directed by Michael Parks Rand, Lauren Smitelli
    United States | 2020
    80 minutes
    English with English and Japanese subtitles

    A classic pleasing summertime flick, Grease meets High School Musical: boy meets girl, they fall in love, they part, find each other again, fend off challenges. So what makes this a milestone movie? It's the first Screen Actors Guild-registered movie in which more than half of the cast and crew have disabilities. It's history in the making.


  2. Clothes in Conversation
    Directed by Hiroki Kawai
    Japan | 2021
    90 minutes
    Japanese with English subtitles

    Six of Japan’s emerging design talents collaborate with six models with diverse personalities and bodies, some accompanied by wheelchairs and prosthetic limbs. The quest: to push the limits of fashion as we know it.


  3. Dad's Wedding

    Dad's Wedding
    Directed by Momoko Fukuda
    Japan | 2016
    30 minutes
    Japanese with English and Japanese subtitles

    Seiko travels home to celebrate her father's second marriage after he became a widower. However, it's a rather unorthodox union as her father, who declares he will be the "mother" of everyone, is marrying a man with two children. Can Seiko's love for her father translate into acceptance?


  4. Kusama Infinity
    Directed by Heather Lenz
    United States | 2018
    76 minutes
    M18, Nudity
    English, Japanese with English and Japanese subtitles

    Now the top-selling female artist in the world, Yayoi Kusama overcame impossible odds to bring her radical artistic vision to global stage. For decades, her work pushed boundaries that often alienated her from her peers and the art world's power brokers. Kusama Infinity is about vision and powerful self-belief.

    Available to watch in Asia except in China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.


  5. My Feral Heart
    Directed by Jane Gull
    United Kingdom | 2015
    83 minutes
    NC16, Brief Nudity
    English with English and Japanese subtitles

    A sudden bereavement throws Luke, a fiercely independent young man with Down syndrome, into a daunting new environment where he finds unexpected support from his streetwise carer and a local heir dealing with personal demons. Friendship, secrets, risks: My Feral Heart is a beautifully realised, understated character study with strong performances, distinctive cinematography and a deeply evocative score.


  6. Redha
    Directed by Tunku Mona Riza
    Malaysia | 2016
    115 minutes
    Bahasa Malaysia with English and Japanese subtitles

    A parents' journey for Alina and Razlan as they discover that their son Danial has autism, a condition they don't understand. Hard realities, steep learning, tenderness and teamwork. They may have found a way to improve Danial's quality of life – or will they need to re-think their strategy?


  7. The R-Word
    Directed by Amanda Lukoff
    United States | 2020
    65 minutes
    English with English and Japanese subtitles

    How many times have you heard the R-word used in anger, derision, bad jokes? Through captivating animation sequences, sibling stories, and the first-person accounts of self-advocates, this documentary is a light-bulb moment that explains the history of this word, and the negative power that it has on those on whom it is used.


  8. Vision Portraits
    Directed by Rodney Evans
    Canada / Germany / United States | 2019
    78 minutes
    English with English and Japanese subtitles

    Walk alongside on the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer (John Dugdale), a dancer (Kayla Hamilton), a writer (Ryan Knighton) and the film’s director, Rodney Evans.


  9. When a Song Begins
    Directed by Hiroki Kawai
    Japan | 2020
    86 minutes
    M18, Nudity
    Japanese with English and Japanese subtitles

    This is the story of a deaf photographer who has always chosen to see rather than hear. He encounters "song", and explores it, marries his deaf partner and fathers a hearing child. One day, a lullaby slips through his lips and his life is changed forever.


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True Colors Festival

TCF is a long-running international festival of performing arts. We celebrate diversity and inclusion, and embrace the fact that we are One World, One Family. We choose the arts as our platform, for its power to move, inspire and heal.

As a festival, TCF brings people together to generate exchanges, innovation and creativity; and transform the way we relate to each other.

Presented by The Nippon Foundation, TCF brings diverse artists and audiences together through concerts, documentaries, music videos, film screenings, children's programs, musicals, workshops and other activities. Since 2006, festivals have been organized in Southeast Asia and Japan, with more than 1,200 artists from more than 30 countries connecting with a global audience in more than 80 countries.

TCF invites you to journey with us, to enjoy, experience, share and spread our consciousness of being One World, One Family.

Stand up and be counted!

By True Colors Festival Team

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