A collection of shorts that lives up to its billing, with some wonderful, emotional, and beautiful moments.
Every single film in this curation of comedy shorts is like winning a jackpot, over and over and over again.
The five short films screening in this exceptional program play with concepts of how we view ourselves and the world around us.
A collection of films chronicling the LGBTQ struggles and triumphs through political activism and demonstrations.
Reel Affirmations 2023
A lovely, thought-provoking collection of three shorts about LGBTQ parenthood.
'The Sharpness of the Scissors' stubbornly insists that it be taken on its own terms -- it's too complex and too outside convention.
The queer struggles in 'Queer Exile Berlin' shows to strong effect how LGBTQ people will always transcend hate.
Wojciech Gostomczyk's documentary 'Leon' ultimately comes off as too disjointed, bizarre, and avant-garde for a wider audience.
"How to Tell a Secret" takes on the subject of navigating the social expectations around HIV in Ireland.
A gentle, somewhat predictable road trip/coming-of-age-and-out story that is more cute than memorable.
Three generations of gender-variant people take pride of place in Horacio Alcalá's multifaceted narrative feature.
'The End of Evin' is a tense and quietly moving thriller that asks what price a person will pay for freedom.
The documenatry 'Queendom' provides a rare, candid glimpse into the tremendous plight and serious peril of Russians who identify as LGBTQ.
Trevor Anderson's 'Before I Change My Mind' is a magnificent work that will make you laugh and cry in the same breath.