True Colors Film Festival 2021 spotlights inclusivity and diverse perspectives

Following its successful run last year, the True Colors Film Festival (TCFF) returns with even more to offer this December. Packed with riveting stories and moving films that highlight the evolving multitude of human perspectives, TCFF 2021 offers audiences free streaming of all 10 features, 21 shorts, and 4 dialogues from 3 – 12 Dec.

Presented by The Nippon Foundation, the True Colors Festival is an international initiative that aims to create a global society through celebrating diversity and inclusion.

Highlights include Oscar-winning shorts that tug at your heartstrings like The Silent Child and Helium, the Oscar-nominated Feeling Through, the world’s first film featuring a DeafBlind actor, and Best Summer Ever, the first-ever fully-inclusive production in which more than half the cast and crew have disabilities.


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Exclusively for viewers from Singapore and Japan, TCFF 2021’s bonus programme presents Nomadland – which bagged 3 Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress at this year’s Academy Awards – and Zootopia, a multiple award-winning animated film by Disney.  

Other not to be missed highlights include official selections from the London Fashion Film Festival and Milan Fashion Film Festival, including True Colors Festival documentaries The Future is Now and Clothes in Conversation, and dialogues with directors Doug Roland (Feeling Through) and Amanda Lukoff (The R-Word).




TCFF 2021 is a free online event. Find the festival’s Features on The Projector Plus in Asia, their Shorts on Vimeo from anywhere in the world, and their bonus programmes on Virtual Screening Room.

For more information and the full programme, visit their website here.
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