Every film at this year's Reel Affirmations reviewed!
Hard Paint is a vivid, beautiful exploration of a troubled, isolated mind
Francis Lee had personal issues to work out. So he made God's Own Country and brought gay romance to a whole new level.
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Reviews of every film showing at this year's Reel Affirmations Film Festival!
Documents teenage trans activist Zoey Luna's fight to be recognized by her school
David France examines the extraordinary life of beloved "street queen" Marsha P. Johnson
Sara Jordenö's Kiki offers a beautiful, frank look into the lives of LGBTQ people of color in Harlem's ballroom scene
From "Bessie" to "Young Soul Rebels" these movies showcase the best of black gay cinema
Jewel's Catch One screens at Reel Affirmations Xtra on Friday night
Screening is followed by discussion with film's director by Metro Weekly editor Randy Shulman
Reel Affirmations presents Ingrid Jungermann’s comedy
Sunday, Oct. 16 5 p.m. GALA’s Tivoli Theatre Originally, this year’s festival was set to close with Check It, a new documentary about D.C. African-American...
Sunday, Oct. 16 3 p.m. GALA’s Tivoli Theatre One of the highest-grossing documentaries of all time, Madonna: Truth or Dare sealed the megastar’s pioneering pro-gay...
Sunday, Oct. 16 1 p.m. GALA’s Tivoli Theatre Meeting a partner’s friends in the early days of a relationship is a daunting prospect at the...