Made In Bangkok

Made in Bangkok

A film by Flavio Florencio

This film was screened as a part of the 2016 Cine Las Americas International Film Festival (CLAIFF19)

Made In Bangkok


Mexico/Germany, Biographical/Social Issue Documentary, 2015
75 min, Color
Spanish, English, Thai with English subtitles

Morgana is a Mexican transgender opera singer with a relentless determination to fight against social stigma and family prejudice. Her dream is to have a sex reassignment surgery. Her only chance to make it happen is to win the annual Miss International Queen transgender beauty pageant in Bangkok and use the US$10,000 cash award to pay for the surgery. The documentary embarks on Morgana’s odyssey, as she follows her dream of self-asserting the identity she has been struggling all her life to construct.

Regional Premiere

About the director

Flavio FlorencioFlavio Florencio was born in Buenos Aires. After traveling extensively through various African countries, he studied social documentary in Barcelona. He joined the organizing team of the Zanzibar International Film Festival in Tanzania, and after relocating to Mexico, he founded the first African Film Festival in Latin America: Africala. Currently, he is the artistic director of the Mexican Human Rights Film Festival. MADE IN BANGKOK is his first feature documentary.



Producer: Laura Imperiale, Ignacio Marcelo Vázquez, María del Carmen Rodríguez
Production Companies: Me Rio De Janeiro, FOPROCINE, Cacerola Films, Surfilms
Screenwriter: Flavio Florencio
Cinematographer: Flavio Florencio
Editor: Mariana Rodríguez, Flavio Florencio
Music: Álvaro Arce Urroz
Cast: Morgana Love, Dr. Preecha Tiewtranon, Niwat Kaewpeer, Irene Sue

Print Source: Alfredo Calvino – HABANERO,