WHO is behind the scenes making this film?

Director Mark Freeman was a Family Nurse Practitioner at Transgender Tuesdays clinic from its inception, until retiring last year to focus on his art. He also produced "Healing Tales" on KALW-FM, a storytelling series for people living with AIDS and those who care for them, and the video blog about pop music across generations, “Now Then & Back When.”. Nathaniel Walters-Koh, a producer on "Survivor US" TV show, and current graduate student on documentary film in London, is the co-Director and Editor.

Veronica Klaus, acclaimed jazz song stylist, narrates the film. Director of Photography Kingsley Lara had help from camera-person Clive Walker. Animator Marta Martinez contributed to the logo, which was designed by Michael Starkman.

Rounding out the production team are: Mitch Layno, founder of CLay Management film production in the Philippines and now in Los Angeles; Stephanie Roy, campaign director on behalf of ACLU and EQCA who became our Campaign Manager; Stephanie Madrinan, our "designing woman" who gave us a locale in her fabulous store 31 Rax at 3309 Mission Street in San Francisco; and Ken White, our Best Boy.

And our stars? Here are some updates:

Veronica Klaus performs bi-coastally. You can get her latest CD, “Lee a la V,” a gorgeous tribute to Miss Peggy Lee at her site www.veronicaklaus.net.

Marilyn Robinson is still seen on the streets of San Francisco, but only when dog-walking Bella and Maggie.

Red Jordan Arobateau helped present our film at 2012 Transgender Summit. His books are available online.

Candi Guerrero put herself into remission for liver cancer with alternative medicine and her spiritual practice.

Angel Ichord has been clean and sober for 11 years and now sponsors others. She recently traveled to Thailand.

Nyra Oeun lives with her family & is now getting dental care to repair trauma from her 2009 automobile accident.

Nola VanDella kicked Hepatitis C last year. Her drawings continue to “reflect the way I hear and see music."

Astrid Olsen and her partner now live calmly in a high-rise, not far from the docks of the Bay.

Cecilia Chung is now a San Francisco Health Commissioner, and was recently appointed by Barack Obama to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.

Dustin H. used the film to re-connect with family after 20 years, and has moved back to Washington State.

Kelly J. Kelly now studies Pre-Law at California Institute of Integral Studies.

Claudia Quijano graduated from Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School and City College SF and now works at 3155 Salon in San Francisco.