They linger with you. They leave you with a great punchline, an indelible image or maybe even a tear or two. They definitely give you something to talk about on the way home.
Enjoy incredible documentaries, stunning cinematography and exceptional storytelling with screenings of must-see films from around the world, alongside emerging local talent. All films in this short film screening will have captioned subtitles. Both the screening introduction and post screening panel discussion will be interpreted into British Sign Language.
Written by Matthew Michael Carnahan and directed by Robert Redford, the film stars Redford, Tom Cruise, and Meryl Streep in a tale of political intrigue involving an idealistic college professor Redforda TV journalist Streepan ambitious senator-cum-presidential hopeful Cruise with a big story to tell, two U. Lions for Lambs also happens to be the first production from the new United Artists, the moribund studio that was resurrected last year through a partnership involving Tom Cruise, his longtime collaborator Paula Wagner, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Cruise, however, was smart.
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Click here to reserve your seat. Steven F. Dansky: Activist, writer, and photographer for more than fifty years, now a documentary filmmaker, unpacks LGBTQ history with narratives from audacious pathfinders and gay liberationists; dykes and lesbian separatists; and radical fairies and queens.
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Paul's dad unexpectedly picked him up from work today. And then a hooker. After dropping them off at a seedy roadside motel, Paul's father handed him two hundred dollars
Explore a special collection of films, series and short stories that explore the LGBTQ experience in the United States and around the world. Two love stories, 60 years apart, chart the changes and challenges in gay lives in England—from the era of jail terms to the onset of dating apps. Vanessa Redgrave stars in this drama scripted by best-selling novelist Patrick Gale.
I like them because they are about the entire community. And who better to curate our mini-festival for us than Gann, executive director of DC Shorts, which, every fall, stages a massive, citywide shorts festival. Gann see profile, page 20 unearthed 20 LGBT nuggets for us to review, and while, as with any collection of shorts, the quality varies considerably, the collection as a whole captures the entire gamut of the LGBT experience.