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.
A gentle, somewhat predictable road trip/coming-of-age-and-out story that is more cute than memorable.
Trevor Anderson's 'Before I Change My Mind' is a magnificent work that will make you laugh and cry in the same breath.
Reviews of every single feature, documentary, and short in the 2023 Reel Affirmations LGBTQ film festival.
Washington, D.C.'s legendary LGBTQ film festival returns this weekend with great features, documentaries, and terrific shorts.
Watching 'Our Son' is like dealing with a bouncer: you can see there's something important happening but can't get past the bulk in the way.
Bruno Carboni's 'The Accident' plays out like a noir film with mystery and quiet intensity.
The 2023 Jewish film and music festival features screenings of three LGBTQ-specific films plus a diverse lineup of live music.
National Geographic Live is the D.C. host of what is billed as "the largest adventure film tour on the planet."