On Father's Day I would be remiss in not passing this along if you haven't seen it:
"Filmmaker Sharon Shattuck hailed from a conservative Midwestern town
where everyone knew everyone else’s business. But she thought she had a
secret: her dad was transgender.
Project Dad (working title), a Co-Production of Wicked Delicate Films (Co-creators of King Corn; The City Dark, The Greening of Southie),
follows the filmmaker’s quest to understand her dad’s side of the story
through a two-way dialogue. At turns humorous and heartwarming, the
film uses a mix of footage shot by the filmmaker, and point-of-view
flip-camera footage shot by her subjects, to answer the question, “What
does it take to be a family?” Springing from her experiences growing up
in a supportive family surrounded by outside misunderstanding, the
filmmaker seeks out other children of non-traditional families,
expectant LGBT parents, family law experts, and politicians from both
sides of the fence, to craft a film that is national in scope, and
centered on hope and redemption."
Here's the link for more!