Reviews of every feature film and short showing in this weekend's LGBTQ film festival.
The nation's oldest federal cultural institution also offers exhibits on Rosa Parks, women's suffrage, and the Early Americas
DC Pride Film Fest closes Pride month with seven films from LGBTQ creatives.
Films will be projected onto a 20-foot screen at the central Transit Pier every Thursday evening
'Beauty Boys,' 'La Amante (The Mistress),' 'Piss Off,' and 'PLUS'
'Freed,' 'The Act,' 'The House of Mariana y Gabriel,' and 'Wedlocked'
'Blocked,' 'Next Level Shit,' 'Self Worship,' 'Sexpert Advice,' and 'To Be With You'
'After that Party,' 'Home Girl,' 'La Ráfaga (The Gust),' 'Paese che Vai (When in Rome),' and 'Shéár Avery: To Be Continued'
'2 Black Boys,' 'Cuban Heel Shoes,' 'Flux.1,' 'I Am Samantha,' 'In This Life,' 'Inferno,' and 'Lipstick and Leather'
'2 Dollars,' 'Mirada (Gaze),' and 'The Binding of Itzik'
'Heart to Heart,' 'In Orbit,' 'Light on a Path, Follow,' 'Miss Man,' 'netuser,' 'Skin,' and 'Touch'
"Residue," "The Way I See It" and "All In" comprise a trio of newly released films well worth everyone's viewing time.
The Matrix co-creator confirmed that a "trans narrative" was the "original intention" for the films
Fans noted similarities between the WWE wrestler and a RandyBlue performer
Every film at this year's Reel Affirmations reviewed!