Thursday, October 17, 7:00 PM at the Harris Theater
By The Way
(USA; 2012; 19 minutes) Director: Shanti Lowry
The complications of life and love are explored in this provocative film about a gay couple facing their own inner demons while balancing the needs of everyday life.
Change Over Time
(USA; 2013; 7 minutes) Director: Ewan Duarte
This film offers an impressionistic and poetic perspective of transgender filmmaker Ewan Duarte’s first year on testosterone.
Dating Sucks: A Genderqueer Misadventure
(USA; 2013; 13 minutes) Director: Sam Berliner
The first installment of an upcoming online series, this clever animated film provides a witty and revealing look at the successes, failures, anxieties, and confusion of trying to date as a genderqueer/trans person.
(Canada; 2012; 16 minutes) Director: Rodrigo Barriuso
Heartwarming and challenging, this moving film centers on the father of a disabled teen son as he faces an additional challenge: that the growing boy may be gay.
(USA; 2012; 15 minutes) Director: Wade Gasque
This clever, funny and sexy film is the story of a hopeless romantic who finds himself in a hopeless situation when he becomes the center of a ménage-a-trois with a straight couple.
Matt Abler With Strings Attached
(USA; 2012; 24 minutes) Director: Greg Sirota
A mixture of music video and documentary, this engaging film pairs Grammy Award winning (and openly gay) singer/songwriter Matt Alber with San Francisco’s critically acclaimed Cello Street Quartet to perform his original pop tunes with the grace and elegance of classical music.
Sufferin’ Till Your Straight
(USA; 2013; 3 minutes) Director: David Scheve
The LGBT community’s fight for equality is encapsulated in this fun and campy animated music video inspired by the classic “Schoolhouse Rock” series that aired on Saturday morning television in the 1970s and 1980s.
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