Kokomo City Documentary Where to Watch Online?

Kokomo City is a powerful and refreshing documentary based on the real life experiences of four trans black women sex workers living in Atlanta and New York.

The documentary not only tells about the struggle of being a sex worker but also exposes the risks and challenges associated with the work.

D Smith has directed the lgbtq+ film that is a must watch for anyone who wants to get a raw and nuanced perespective to be a contemporary Black Trans woman.

About Kokomo City

The award-winning documentary is an honest portrayal of the four Black trans women sex workers namely Daniella Carter, Koko Da Doll, Liyah Mitchell, and Dominique Silver.

Heartbreakingly, one of the documentary star Rasheeda Williams who performed as Koko Da Doll has been fatally shot in Atlanta. With her death, this has been the third shooting of a transgender woman in Atlanta this year.

Rasheeda Williams as Koko Da Doll in Kokomo City documentary
via Sundance Film Festival

Director D smith also expressed shock over the sudden demise of the trans woman but also said that the team is more encouraged than ever to inspire the world with her struggles.

The transgender prostitute documentary has been produced by D Smith and executive produced by Lena Waithe, Stacy Barthe, Rishi Rajani, and William Melillo under Couch Potatoe Pictures and Madison Square Films.

Is Kokomo City on Netflix?

No, the docufilm is not streaming on Netflix but there are numerous similar films that you can stream with your Netflix subscription right now.

Kokomo city documentary Netflix

Some of them include Hot Girls Wanted (2015), Whores’ Glory (2011), The Red Umbrella Diaries (2017), The Escort (2016), After Porn Ends (2012), Cam Girlz (2015), American Courtesans (2013), Rocco (2016), and Tokyo Idols (2017).

Does Amazon Prime have Kokomo documentary?

Unfortunately, the Sundance hit film about black trans woman sex workers has not started streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Neither the movie is included in the Prime Video subscription nor the movie is available to rent or purchase digitally from Amazon.

Kokomo City Amazon Prime Video

However, there are several good movies that you can watch as Prime Video subscriber like The Business of Amateurs (2016), Red Light Green Light (2010), American Courtesans (2013), Surviving Uvalde documentary, Crackdown! (1988), The Pink House (2018), Tricked (2013), Stripped: Greg Friedler’s Naked Las Vegas (2010), Trick of the Witch (2010), Strippers (2014), and After Porn Ends (2012).

Is Kokomo’s trans documentary on Hulu?

Kokomo City might be released on Hulu in the near future like Freaknik The Wildest Party Never Told, a well documented miniseries based on the infamous Atlanta festival.

Currently, the film is not streaming on Hulu but if you are having a subscription to the network then you can watch Selling Sex (2017), The Trade (2018), etc.

These documentaries will give you a better understanding to the world of sex workers as these docs will take you straight to the legalized brothels of the United States and Mexico.

Where to Watch Kokomo City Documentary?

The documentary was released on 21 Jan 2023 and become one of the standout documentaries from the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, the others two being ‘Twice Colonized’ and ‘Little Richard: I am Everything.’

Kokomo City Documentary where to watch
Sundance Film Festival

Kokomo City was released in the NEXT section of the Sundance festival in January 2023 and hasn’t started streaming on OTT platforms like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, HBO MAX, or Peacock. It is a must watch documentary for anyone who is interested in understanding and supporting the experiences of marginalized communities.

The film might be available for streaming online in the near future but for now, it is not streaming anywhere. When some fans are searching how to watch the movie for free, the movie isn’t available for even those who want to purchase or rent at an additional price.

When will the Kokomo documentary be released?

After getting an enormous support from fans, the film producers are planning to release the Kokomo City documentary in the US cinemas in 2024. So, fans need to wait for a few more months to watch this award winning documentation on big screens.

The movie has been praised for its candid and unapologetic depiction of life for the trans woman. It’s a reminder that everyone deserves to be treated with kindness and respect, no matter what.

Lakshya Kaushik

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