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T W E N T Y- S E CO N D A N N UA L

N O R T H C A R O L I N A G AY & L E S B I A N F I L M F E S T I VA L

AUGUST 10-13, 2017

CAROLINA THEATRE / DOWNTOWN DURHAM / NCGLFF.ORG

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C A R O L I N A T H E AT R E B OA R D M E M B E R S BOARD OF TRUSTEES Michael Schoenfeld, Chair Emily Page, Vice Chair Dawn Paffenroth, Treasurer Asher Hildebrand, Secretary Richard Arnold Jesica Averhart Dan Berman Cora Cole-McFadden Ronnie Eubanks Kip Frey Elizabeth Hall Sandi Haynes Lisa Long Jackson Marc Lee Nicole Oxendine Barry Poss Ellen Reckhow Alejandra Rodriguez-Villar Susan Scott Will Sendall Valerie Whitted

BOARD OF AMBASSADORS Susan Coon Earl Dowell Shirley Drechsel Pepper Fluke Barker French Thomas Kenan III Richard Morgan Henry Scherich

C A R O L I N A T H E AT R E S TA F F Dan Berman..............................Interim President/CEO Jim Carl......................................................Senior Director Blake Crews....................................Director of Finance Jana Faigen............Dir. of Marketing/Audience Exp.

ABOUT THE CAROLINA THEATRE The Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc. is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that manages the city-owned Carolina Theatre complex. Each year we present a variety of film and live performers that encompass a broad and diverse cross-section of arts and entertainment.

309 West Morgan Street Durham, North Carolina 27701 www.carolinatheatre.org Box office: 919-560-3030 Administrative offices: 919-560-3040

Noel James......Dir. Education/Comm. Engagement Joe Student..............................Director of Live Events Sara Beale...........................Donor Relations Manager Elisabeth Branigan.................Marketing Coordinator Bonnie Brown...............Live Events House Manager Cora Bryant..............................................Office Manager

The Carolina Theatre is owned by the City of Durham and operated by the nonprofit Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc.

Joey Infinito........................................Facilities Manager Melanie Margarum...............................Rental Manager Dave McKeller........................Cinema House Manager Ryan Shivar..........................................Graphic Designer Jeremy Smith.................Cinema Projection Manager Rebeka Todd....................................Box Office Manager Carl Wetter.........................................Technical Manager

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INDEX Board Members & Administrative Staff.......……………………2

NCGLFF Free Family Day & Events Schedule……………… 10

Sponsor List……..........................................................……………...3

NCGLFF Film Capsules A-Z………………….............................12

Tickets / Community Resources / T-shirts.……………………… 4

NCGLFF Film Schedule..............................................………….30

Business Partners List..……………....................................…………5

Carolina Theatre Star Series Schedule..................…………32

Volunteers & Committees………...…………..........................…... 6

NCGLFF Film Cheat Sheet........................................………….34

Welcome Letter……….............................………………....................8

TICKETS INDIVIDUAL TICKETS Tickets to see individual NCGLFF screenings cost $10 each and go on sale on July 28th. Individual tickets are available in-person or by calling the Box Office at (919) 560-3030.

10-PASS NCGLFF 10-Passes enable the pass-holder to see 10 film screenings for $85. The 10-Pass is available online at NCGLFF.org and in-person at the box office.

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ORGANIZATIONS

Each year, the Carolina Theatre proudly offers a wide variety of resource tables in our Cinema Lobby. These tables offer information from nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving lives in our community. Please take a moment and see what they have to offer.

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THANKS TO OUR VOLUNTEERS! The Carolina Theatre could not present the NCGLFF without the incredible support of our volunteer committees and their volunteers.

2017 STEERING COMMITTEE Mark Ambrose - Chair: Transgender Programming Piper Kessler - Co-Chair: Women’s Programming Edie McMillan, Chair: Audience Services Monique Velasquez - Co-Chair: Women’s Programming Chuck Wheeler - Chair: Men’s Programming

2017 AUDIENCE SERVICES COMMITTEE Paul Cain Jim Manchester Ron Miller LeJune Perrin Linda Warren

2017 PROGRAMMING + ARTIST HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE Rey Garcia John Gebhardt Ken Gray Marilyn Hays Brian Johnson Stephen Lee KG Letruc Paul Mihaus Joylynn Miller Paul Neebe Courtney Satterfield William Tautphaeus Rio Taylor Bob Winstead John Yarbrough

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LETTER FROM

CHUCK WHEELER Chair: Men’s Programming HELLO AGAIN FRIENDS OF NCGLFF! t is that time of year again to bring a touch of Oz into our lives and to gather together as a community to celebrate our Pride through the magic of film. Appropriately, this year NCGLFF’s first film on August 10 will be Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall, the inspirational documentary about the young artist and his ambitious retelling of the classic Dorothy and Toto story blended with contemporary social issues and more. My love of film stretches back to my youth, escaping from my life every weekend at the matinees. And yes, I worshipped Judy Garland and The Wizard of Oz. I remember the year my grandparents purchased their first color TV, and my sister and I sat there in absolute awe as the B&W opening in Kansas transitioned to glorious color when Dorothy opened that door to Oz. I came to NCGLFF shortly after my graduate study Master of Arts Program in Liberal Studies (MALS) at Duke University. I didn’t complete MALS, but while attending my emphasis was directed toward Queer Film Studies. I have been with NCGLFF as a volunteer for 21 years, and for 20 of those years, I have worked with Programming. Every few years during the planning process for NCGLFF, there has been a volunteer who would speak up to state that they believed that there was no longer a necessity for the festival, that is, we had achieved rights commensurate with our heterosexual counterparts. Though I would listen politely to the argument, I was cringing inside at the suggestion that the battle for equal rights is finite.

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On June 12, 2016, 49 members of our community were tragically murdered in a brutal hate crime at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. But even beyond the Pulse massacre, the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP) reported a 17% rise in gay-related hate killings in 2016. 2016 was the worst year on record for hate killings (Numbers from USA Today). In 2017, there have been 100+ anti-LGBT bills introduced in over half the states in the USA, including bills allowing religious exemptions in child welfare and in public schools. On June 30, 2017, the last day of Pride Month, the Texas Supreme Court tossed out a lower court ruling that stated spouses of gay and lesbian public employees are entitled to subsidized same-sex marriage benefits. Despite education and PrEP for HIV prevention, according to statistics published by the CDC in February of this year, there have been increases in infections among 25- to 34-year-old gay and bisexual males and among Latino gay and bisexual men. There is also the current political climate, a heated topic for discourse today that usually ends up somewhere south of uncivil. The divide among families, friends, and communities since the recent election is only growing worse. NCGLFF will not save the world, but this festival is here to inform and to proclaim that our artists remain resolute in their creative dedication to moving our cause(s) forward, not backward to a 1950s fantasy that never really existed anyway. Never underestimate the power of art to effect change. This festival returns

every year to remind us where we have been, where we are, and where we must go. And most importantly, to remind of us of what we risk losing if we fail to stand together. From August 10 through 13, 2017 please join me over the rainbow at NCGLFF. Enjoy all the films we are proudly bringing to you as part of our celebration of Pride. It is not all singing and dancing, but it is there. Be entertained. Have fun. But between films, please take a moment to look around you and see all the people with whom you are enjoying this comfort of community. Perhaps even ask a stranger why they are here. What would be my reply? I am here because I belong. I come back every year because this is where I want us to be, in a world where the clouds are far behind us, if only for four days. You can be Dorothy, the Tinman, the Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion, Glenda the Good Witch, or even Toto. And when I do see you back in Kansas or North Carolina, I can say that you and I were really there for a few fabulous days in August. Furthermore, because we were there and because we do remember, let’s work to bring an everyday version of Oz back to our homes this side of the rainbow. In other words, get involved. I really don’t know if we’ll ever be without our enemies or detractors, yet one can hope. Meanwhile, most assuredly, we’ll still have a festival every year both to inform and to entertain. Mixing a little Oz with Judy Garland’s films with Mickey Rooney, we will always love putting on a show for you. Welcome to NCGLFF 2017 Everyone!

Chuck Wheeler Chair of Men’s Programming


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NCGLFF FREE FAMILY DAY presented by BASF

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 9 AM - 1 PM

THE LAND BEFORE TIME

Fletcher Hall, 11:00 am

The North Carolina Gay + Lesbian Film Festival will host a free family film screening of The Land Before Time (US, 1988, 69 min) presented by BASF on Saturday, August 12. Starting at 9 am, families are welcome to stop by the main lobby where fun table activities, face painting and more will be available for children. BASF will be giving away rainbow slap bracelets BASF-branded crayons, and coloring sheets. The film screening begins at 11:00 am in Fletcher Hall. Free popcorn and soda will be provided to all who attend.

2017 NCGLFF PRIVATE EVENTS By Invitation Only

VIP WELCOME RECEPTION Connie Moses Ballroom Thursday , August 10: 5:30 - 7:30 pm

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION LUNCH Supported by Tom Cameron & Terence Tay

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Connie Moses Ballroom Sunday, August 13: Noon - 2 pm

FILMMAKERS BRUNCH

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FILMMAKERS CLOSING NIGHT RECEPTION

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Donor Lounge Saturday, August 12: 6:30 pm - 9 pm Alumni Only

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2017 NCGLFF FILMS A-Z

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: TODRICK HALL (US, 101 MIN)

American Idol and YouTube sensation Todrick Hall launches his most ambitious project yet: the full-scale original musical, Straight Outta Oz. From a small town in Texas to big-time show business, comes an inspiring documentary of the redemptive power of art. We watch him struggle to write songs about growing up gay and black in small-town Texas, his difficult relationship with his mom, and the harsh realities of trying to make it in show business. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 14

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AFTER LOUIE (US, 101 MIN)

After Louie explores the contradictions of modern gay life and history through Sam, a man desperate to understand how he and his community got to where they are today. As an AIDS activist and member of ACT UP in the 1980s and 90s, Sam witnessed the deaths of too many friends and lovers. Battle-wounded and struggling with survivor’s guilt, Sam now resents the complacency of his former comrades and derides what he sees as the younger generation’s indifference to the politics of sex, and of death. An unexpected intimacy with a much younger man challenges his understanding of contemporary gay life. Through this unconventional romance, he is forced to deal with the trauma that so informs his past, their present, and an unknown future. AUGUST 13 AUGUST 16

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ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 84 MIN)

These 7 shorts celebrate an array of young voices that span the globe. Comedy and melodrama collide in these coming-of-age films that are sure to delight even the most-hardened festival-goer palette. Hungary: In Beautiful Figure, a high-school cleaning lady falls in love with one of the female students in the school. Her love is impossible from the beginning, but she still decides to show her feelings. Canada: In I Like Girls, four women reveal the nitty-gritty about their first loves, sharing funny and intimate tales of one-sided infatuation, mutual attraction, erotic moments, and fumbling attempts at sexual expression. Violet and June is a film about falling in love, the terror of being alive in a cold heartless universe, and butts. Mexico: Julia is about to go on stage, but choreography is the least of her troubles in Julia’s Piece. Ireland: Lily is a girl with a secret, on the cusp of becoming a young woman. In Little Doll, pre-teens Elenore and Alex have an instant connection. When Alex invites her new friend to a sleepover with her school friends, their attraction becomes obvious, catching the unwanted attention of their peers. United Kingdom: Pillow Talk is a coming of age film about the changing friendship between 14 year old Cara and her childhood best friend Lucy. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 15

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APRICOT GROVES (ARMENIA, 80 MIN)

In light of cultural and familial obligations, to what lengths will someone go for the person they love? The characters in Apricot Groves wrestle with their identities against a backdrop of religious and societal oppression. Aram, an Iranian-Armenian youth who immigrated to the US as a young child, returns to Armenia for the first time to ask for the hand in marriage of an Armenian girlfriend Aram met in the US. Together, Aram and his older brother, Vartan, must shoulder all the details for the traditional ritual themselves, because they have no surviving male relatives. Aram discovers many cultural, religious, and national differences on the one-day trip, but harder obstacles lie ahead. Yet, there are more stops and rituals for the two brothers as they hit the road towards the Iranian border, and the film skillfully layers subtle hints among their words, looks, and deeds. With a striking, openhearted perspective, Apricot Groves proves that, when it comes to love, there are no borders. A beautiful story of identity, family, faith, brotherhood, and love, this debut feature was written and directed by Tehran-based Pouria Heidary Oureh. In Armenian and Persian with English subtitles AUGUST 12 AUGUST 16

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CENTER OF MY WORLD (GERMANY/AUSTRIA, 115 MIN)

THE BIG KAHUNA MEN’S MIXED SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 92 MIN)

This collection of 5 shorts ranges from the sublime and sweet to subversively campy then heads way-over-the-top. United States: Cooper is eager to take his relationship to the next level in Monogamish, but when his boyfriend floats the idea of an open relationship, he has to rethink his previous expectations of what love really looks like. Australia: Having enabled a loss that now torments her, a woman enters an adult store in search of redemption in Adult. United Kingdom: GRID is set in the mid-1980s as the virus that would eventually be known as AIDS has already struck fear into the medical profession. Nurse Angie meets Daniel, a patient who has been cruelly afflicted with the virus, and a bond is lovingly formed between patient and caregiver, no matter what the consequences and without prejudice. France: Apollon is a teenager hung up by the social ideals of masculinity. He fantasizes about having the perfect body—complete with beefy muscles and a big banana in Apollo. Czech Republic: In About A Father, 60 year-old Jindřich is waiting for a heart transplant. He and his wife have moved to the countryside so that he can have an absolutely peaceful life. But their son David comes for a holiday and he is not alone. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 15 AUGUST 16

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After a summer away at camp, Phil returns home to find that his mother, Glass, and twin sister, Dianne, aren’t speaking to one another. Not willing to confront his family during the last of the summer holidays, Phil escapes to hang out with his best friend, eating ice cream and playing dressup. As the school year begins, a new student arrives —the handsome and mysterious Nicholas. Smitten, Phil watches his crush as he runs around the track after school, and is thrilled when Nicholas returns his feelings. However, when first love’s volatility comes to light, Phil realizes that he must deal with the problems of his past, in order to deal with the issues of his present. In German with English subtitles AUGUST 10 AUGUST 11 AUGUST 16

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COMES THE MORNING

TRANSGENDER DOCUMENTARY SHORTS

(VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 93 MIN)

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In this collection of 5 shorts, transgender voices from around the world tell their courageous stories. Lebanon: Fourteen-year-old Nidal is one of the 4.8 million Syrians who have been displaced by war. Born female, Nidal has identified as a boy since he was nine years old. As his body matures, he is forced to navigate the complexity of his circumstances in the confines of a refugee camp. Canada: What do kids know about gender? Probably more than you think. In Genderize., director Chase Joynt sat down with several children to talk about gender, puberty, school, and parents in 2012 and revisited these topics 4 years later. United States: The Son I Never Had is a deeply personal and harrowing video diary of an intersex person. The 36-Year-Old Virgin is a sweet coming-of-middle-age sex documentary. From celibate teenage bible thumper to post-teen lesbian, Skyler, now trans masculine, feels he missed out on something during his youth: sex with a man. Skyler reaches out to his community. They share their own stories of various sexual “firsts” and offer their insight in heart-warming and humorous bedside conversations. Germany: By combining the sensual activity of cooking and a love poem, Princess of Everyday Life gives an insight into the relationship between Dan and Fabian: A coming-out-story through another perspective.

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CAT SKIN (UK, 97 MIN)

17-year-old Cat is a shy and troubled photography student. Her life is illuminated when her voyeuristic nature behind the camera lens sparks a chance encounter with a beautiful music student named April. Their relationship blossoms, while circumstances threaten to keep them apart. April’s mother Sally struggles to come to terms with her daughter’s involvement with Cat, while April’s former lover is unable to deal with rejection. Spiraling tensions will lead to tragic events that will impact the lives of both Cat and April.

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THE DEATH AND LIFE OF MARSHA P. JOHNSON (US, 105 MIN)

Marsha P. Johnson was a pioneering LGBT+ rights campaigner in New York City from the 1960s onwards. She was a key figure in the 1969 Stonewall riots, and was known for her kindness and charitable nature as much as she was known for her striking drag looks. Along with her friend Sylvia Rivera, Johnson formed Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.), later becoming an AIDS activist who was fundamental in the early years of ACT UP. Marsha died in 1992 at the age of 46. Her body was found floating in New York’s Hudson River. While Marsha’s death was ruled a suicide, her friends have been trying to re-open the case to discover the truth behind Marsha’s death. The film follows Victoria Cruz, a victim’s rights advocate as she campaigns to have Marsha’s case examined more closely. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 12

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DIAMONDS NEVER LIE TO ME WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS

(VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 92 MIN)

From exhilarating romance and temptation to flat-out funny comedy to tales about bad relationships, this collection of shorts offers a refreshing look into the lesbian lifestyle. Germany: In Etage X, an accidental meeting in an elevator at a department store leads two older women to their limits and forces them to improvise. United States: Featuring a breakout turn from Legacy Bailey, BobbyAnna is a lyrical love story exploring connection, gender expression, and privilege. Strap On Tools is an infomercial for exciting new tools for lesbians. Hello Goodbye is a meditation on the extremes of a young romance. In Still Devout, an anxious 22 year-old must choose between romantic love and the needs of her family. In Forbidden, Jessica meets Kassandra in a Bible study, little does she know that Kassandra will be the love of her life. Now, Kassandra has to decide between her family or her true love. Denmark: A birthday gets turned upside down, when Milles sick dad turns up unannounced in Giraffe. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 14

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12:50 PM 7:10 PM

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DICKINSON AVENUE:

THE (MOSTLY) TRUE STORY OF THE PADDOCK CLUB (US, 90 MIN)

The Paddock Club was the first place in eastern NC where LGBT people could be themselves. Whether it was hosting a small gathering of friends, or a Broadway-sized drag pageant; for 30 years it was home to a lot of people, and they always thought it would be there. Opened in 1973, it survived the brutal homophobia of the south, the AIDS crisis, the gay-coming-of-age that was the 90s, and when it finally closed in December of 2003, it was one of the longest-running, continually-operating LGBT businesses in America. Through pictures, home movies, and stories told by the people who lived them, Dickinson Avenue pieces together 40 years of LGBT history in Eastern NC, as well as takes its audience behind the scenes of the longest-running comedy drag pageant in the country, The Miss Dickinson Avenue Pageant (which originated at The Paddock in 1983). The patrons and staff of The Paddock wove the tapestry that made up the story of The Paddock. This is their story. AUGUST 13 AUGUST 17

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THE FABULOUS ALLAN CARR (US, 90 MIN)

With a career spanning three decades, Allan Carr was a one-of-a-kind Hollywood power player. An ambitious and innovative producer, manager, party planner, and marketer, Carr built his grandiose reputation with a calculated flair for the hustle that earned him a fortune from the 1978 mega-hit musical Grease and the 1983 Broadway smash La Cage aux Folles. Born in 1937, Carr was seduced by Hollywood and dreamed of reaching its upper echelon. He helped launch the careers of Olivia Newton-John and Michelle Pfeiffer. Carr’s most spectacular film debacle was the 1980 homoerotic disco camp-fest Can’t Stop the Music, starring Caitlyn Jenner, Valerie Perrine, and the Village People. Director Jeffrey Schwarz (I Am Divine, Tab Hunter Confidential) is the perfect choice to immortalize Carr’s flamboyant, fairytale life. He’s gathered warm and witty remembrances from many of Carr’s friends and colleagues, including Bruce Vilanch, Lorna Luft, Marlo Thomas, and Steve Guttenberg. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 17

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GLORIA AND GRACE (BRAZIL, 94 MIN)

FOREVER HOLD YOUR PIECE MEN’S COMEDY SHORTS (US/CANADA, 99 MIN)

NCGLFF 2017 brings 8 of the funniest North American short films to the big screen. After being emasculated at a sales conference, Reese and Peyton decide the only way to regain their confidence and prove their masculinity is to sleep with some women. When they meet Beth and Dominique, it seems like a perfect match. Unfortunately, sealing the deal is easier said than done in Men Don’t Whisper. It’s only a first date, but Greg is in over his head. Usually a reserved guy, he struggles to keep up with young, unpredictable Josh in Call Your Father. In The Yoga Bridge, two friends—one white, one First Nations—fight over Vancouver’s failed attempt to close a major bridge for citizens to do yoga on National Aboriginal Day. Billy and Shelley are best friends, but their friendship is greatly tested when Shelley’s boyfriend secretly comes out to Billy in What About Shelley? 5A-5B concerns two Harlem neighbors, a young gay academic and a free-spirited divorcee, who combat urban ennui with the help of some fine wine from the bodega. When Ty accidentally steals the spotlight at his sister’s wedding, tensions arise between him and his family in American Pride. A gay man is forced to give up the last remaining vestige of yet another failed relationship: his ex’s jacket. But during the post-breakup stuff exchange, belongings are not the only things that get swapped in Exchange. A hesitant guy walks into a bar and has an unforgettable experience in Josie Grossy. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 14 AUGUST 16

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Grace is a massage therapist and a single mother of two children: Moreno and Papoula. On a visit to the doctor, Grace is diagnosed with a brain aneurism that may rupture at any moment. Desperately worried about who will take care of her kids in the event of her death, she decides to seek out her estranged brother, Luiz Carlos, whom she has not seen in over 15 years. When they meet, however, Luiz Carlos has become Gloria, a beautiful and successful transgender woman, who owns a restaurant and brags about her independence. At first, Gloria is unwilling to reconnect with her family; but as she becomes more guilt-laden, she accepts Grace’s invitation to meet her niece and nephew and eventually realizes that, maybe, she can find fulfillment in being a mother. In Portuguese with English subtitles AUGUST 10 AUGUST 14 AUGUST 16

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HEAR MY HEART BURST AGAIN

WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 94 MIN) This collection of 6 shorts pays tribute to the yearnings of first love to the heartbreak of saying goodbye. China: In Cocoon, 11-year-old Qingqing lives with her mom in the peaceful city of Wuhan. When she discovers her mom’s oddly close relationship with a female friend, she discovers a secret that will unravel her peaceful family life. France: In The Devil is in the Details, it’s 1859 and Alexina, a trainee school teacher in the young girl’s convent, suffers from unbearable pains. After examination, the doctor finds out she is a hermaphrodite. According to him, since masculine prevails over all, Alexina is a man. She has no other choice than leave her school as quickly as possible, giving up her closest friend, Henriette. United States: In August in the City, two young women find themselves completely drawn to each other but one fears the repercussions of society in 1978 Brooklyn. Torn between the ‘perfect’ daughter that her strict traditional family believes her to be and the open-minded free spirit that she is, a second-generation Filipino-American must make a move to declare her identity in Bicultural. Claudia’s night out with friends is disrupted by an encounter with the captivating Isabel in Encuentro. In Waffles, Gina learns via her early-morning Facebook feed that the woman lying beside her might literally be the enemy. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 11 AUGUST 17

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HELLO AGAIN

F I L M

OPENING NIGHT FILM (US, 105 MIN)

Where does sex end and love begin? When do fantasy and reality diverge? Bringing together stars of stage and screen, Tom Gustafson (Were the World Mine) brings us the highly anticipated gender-bending film adaptation of Michael LaChiusa’s 1994 musical, Hello Again, inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s landmark play Der Reigen and Max Ophüls’s subsequent Oscar-nominated film, La Ronde. Here, the time-hopping daisy chain of musical bed-hopping begins with the always wonderful Martha Plimpton, who leads a star-studded cast that also includes Cheyenne Jackson, T.R. Knight, Rumer Willis, Jenna Ushkowitz, and the most lauded performer on Broadway, six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 15

FLETCHER FLETCHER

7:00 PM 7:00 PM

HELLO CUPID: FARRAH

(US, 71 MIN)

Here is a story about a queer young black girl exploring her options. Farrah has lived most of her life as a passive, shy, and awkward young woman who has yet to lose her virginity. Feeling frustrated with not being in control of her own life, she jumps into the online dating world. Soon she is exploring her desires and attractions that she used to hold as a secret, and there’s no turning back now. This exciting production by Black&Sexy TV is a collaborative directorial effort between Numa Perrier, Dennis Dortch & Tina Cerin. AUGUST 13 AUGUST 15

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HOOKED (US, 90 MIN)

In the United States, 40% of homeless youth identify as LGBTQ. With a fervent sense of humanity, Instagram star Max Emerson (aka maxisms on Instagram) dives head first into the subject in his poignant, yet hopeful, debut feature. Jack is a homeless eighteen-year-old prostitute with a smart mouth and impulsive tendencies. He battles through a violent world of reckless “johns” between New York City and Miami, desperately seeking the means to a better life for him and his boyfriend Tom. He spends most of his time in a world of often abusive, but affluent, eccentrics. His only ally is his boyfriend Tom. They live together in a shelter, but their safety there is compromised by the threat of Tom’s father finding them. Jack sees an opportunity to make a better life for himself and Tom by taking a trip to Miami with a “john” named Ken. At first, Ken appears more honest and caring than the usual john, even winning Jack’s trust...until Jack finds him on a Skype call with his never-mentioned wife. His faith in humanity smashed yet-again, Jack steals Ken’s drugs and handgun. He eventually embarks on a drug-binge and encounters the slimiest characters Miami has to offer, falling deeper into the hole than he started. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 14

CINEMA ONE CINEMA ONE

7:00 PM 9:10 PM

KEPT BOY (US, 89 MIN)

Interior designer/reality show star Farleigh Knock has a knack for keeping beautiful things around his home— like Dennis. So when Fairleigh gives him an ultimatum for his 30th birthday to get a job or get out, Dennis goes from Kept Boy to Lost Man. Based on a novel by Robert Rodi, who specializes in gay satires on queer archetypes, George Bamber directs this dark gay comedy that shows life with a sugar daddy is bittersweet and poses the question, what is love and what is the price to keep it? AUGUST 12 AUGUST 15

FLETCHER FLETCHER

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FREE FAMILY FILM!

THE LAND BEFORE TIME (1988, G, 70 MIN)

A group of orphaned dinosaurs, led by young brontosaurus Littlefoot, set out on a journey to the legendary Great Valley in this animated children’s adventure. The group of ancient beasts faces countless challenges along the way, including vicious predators and harsh nature. AUGUST 12

FLETCHER

11:00 AM

LET THE FLIGHT BEGIN

TRANSGENDER NARRATIVE SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 87 MIN)

This collection centers on images of transgender and gendernonconforming folks, celebrating the beautiful richness of selfdiscovery and the driving determination of living an authentic life. United States: In Tear Jerker, Elliot can’t cry and he needs to. He’s recently been dumped by his ex-girlfriend, who has decided she wants to exclusively date “real” men. In Ryans, a trans woman goes on a blind date with a man, but lingering similarities to an ex get in the way. In Dear Abigail, a transgender woman gets brutally attacked, only to be rejected by the woman who saves her. A teenager from the South Side of Chicago decides to reveal their true identity during a spoken word performance only to be interrupted by an uninvited guest in Pronouns. The Women’s Bathroom Project details a little girl’s conversation with a transgender woman in a restaurant bathroom. United Kingdom: Growing up in 1950s England, Chris struggled to fit into the gender roles dictated by wider society; now a senior, he reflects on his life in Dusk. Silly Girl is about the first time you are noticed, the first time someone sees you for who you are, and the transformative nature of that moment. India: Wajood (Selfhood) revolves around a young hijra’s (trans woman’s) life in Mumbai. When confronted by the elders of her community about her unrealistic expectations of romance, she goes on a subconscious quest to learn if somebody will ever fall in love with her. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 15

CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO CINEMA ONE

7:20 PM 12:20 PM 5:10 PM

NCGLFF.ORG 19


THE MEN WITH THE MIDAS TOUCH

NIGHTFALL WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS

(VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 98 MIN)

The strength and resilience of the lesbian community and family is at the fore of this diverse program of shorts. United States: In 1951, Violet and Milly make a love promise over a penny. In 2015, the promise comes due, and Violet must face a heartbreaking reality in Counting. In A Meal With Dad, haunted by a past that never was, Justine gets a lesson in cooking and family ties from an unexpected source. An emotionally unstable lesbian couple tries to find solace after experiencing a traumatic loss in The 3rd Try. United Kingdom: When a strange sound infects the hearing population, a small group of Deaf people must band together to survive in Dawn of the Deaf. Queen’s Mile is a heartwarming story of a young woman’s courage in coping with depression, in her own unique way. Canada: In Love You to Death, Chloe is ready to start a new romance with Nat but someone from her past might be rolling over in her grave before this happens. Germany: In Y, Laura is a self-confident young woman, a member of the new “Me Me Me Generation“, also known as Generation Y. One night she meets Safi, who has fled her homeland. The encounter gives Laura food for thought.

MEN’S MIXED SHORTS

Here’s a collection of 4 badass shorts with more high drama than a Joan Crawford/Bette Davis feud. United States: A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams in the animated In a Heartbeat. Sonnet 23 is a modern reimagining of William Shakespeare’s famous sonnet. France: Herculanum involves three dates, two men, and a rumbling volcano. Spain: In Mario, Kike Y David, Mario and Kike hook-up on a dating app. What initially was never meant to be more than a sex date will turn into something else, in spite of their different ways of viewing their bisexuality and how they both cope with it in their respective social circles. Netherlands: In the comedy-drama Cas, Pepijn and Sjors’ steady, seven-year relationship is shaken up after they allow a young student named Cas to sleep on their couch until he finds a place of his own. Gradually, both men fall head over heels for Cas’ laconic charm and it forces them to reconsider their many long-term plans. Is Cas’ presence endangering their relationship or is he actually a blessing in disguise? AUGUST 11 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 17

CINEMA ONE CINEMA ONE CINEMA ONE

11:10 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM

(VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 86 MIN)

AUGUST 12 AUGUST 15 AUGUST 16

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9:20 PM 3:00 PM 5:10 PM

THE NEW 30 (US, 90 MIN)

Set in Los Angeles, The New 30 is dramedy about a diverse group of gay friends discovering life in their 40’s isn’t quite what they imagined. By the time they hit their 40s, Elliot and his friends thought they’d have everything figured out…only to realize that your 40s are just as crazy, challenging, and unpredictable as life in your 30s! There’s a lot of drama amongst these folks, but there’s also a lot of comedy. A witty and funny combination of Sex in the City and Thirtysomething, many of the issues these guys face are relatable regardless if you’re gay or not. Because 40 is the new 30! AUGUST 11 AUGUST 17

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NO, MR. BOND, I EXPECT YOU TO DIE!

MEN’S DARK FANTASY SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 91 MIN) Leave the kiddies at home for this wonderful ride of 5 short films filled with spooks, spies, hunks, and mystery. Germany: Hard Way—The Action Musical is Goldeneye meets A Chorus Line. Jake loses his best friend Zach in a S.W.A.T. operation. Eight months later, Jake and his team are trying to capture the terrorist responsible for Zach's death. While singing and dancing, they fight their way through their enemies. But then Jake's blind thirst for revenge leads them into the deadly hands of a sniper. United States: Long after the end of the world, five strangers sharing an abandoned motel are forced to choose between love and survival in Goodbye Blue Sky. In Hookup, Adam is looking for love in all the quick places. In Tonight It’s You, CJ ventures out for a late night hook-up when things take a dark turn, leading him into something much more sinister than he could ever imagine. When a middle-aged, sexually frustrated, man agrees to help his husband steal the neighbor's prized mid-century art piece in exchange for sex, he finds himself in a compromising position when they unexpectedly discover the neighbor's attractive son has come home from college in The Boy Next Door. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 15

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11:10 PM 4:10 PM 7:20 PM

OPEN BOOKS

WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 87 MIN) These 6 shorts teach us the delicious difference between advising and offering advice. France: Andrea is lesbian and never had sex with a man. One day, she gets pregnant. What if it's a miracle? The Fruit of Our Womb is a feel-good film that follows the funny story of this adorable lesbian couple as the impossible becomes very likely. United States: Penis Envy is a clever romantic comedy about two charming and dysfunctional girls broadcasting details of their argument in the middle of a gym class. In search of a spark, a couple goes on its first camping trip in Jiggle the Knob. A married woman in her forties navigates the fine line between love and infatuation with her friend's daughter in Bird of Prey. Jesse's got a date in The Curse, but it's leak week. She can't seem to catch a break. Spain: In Butterflies, Sivia is a 17 year- old girl whose mother has just decided to hire a tutor for her. Irene is the one who will show her the way to understand herself and decide who she is going to be. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 16

CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO CINEMA ONE

11:20 AM 8:30 PM 5:20 PM

A PAINTED OCEAN MEN’S DRAMA SHORTS (US/CANADA, 100 MIN)

This collection of 9 short films traverses vibrant styles from hard drama to reflective poetry. Cracks in a relationship are exposed when a couple cannot agree on whether or not to have a three-way in Lockjaw. Scott, Dylan and Carter, three longtime friends on an unexpected bender, end up back at their old private school looking to cause trouble and come face to face with the true consequences of having been the school's Golden Boys. Sign tells the relationship between Ben, a hearing man, and Aaron, who is deaf. In A Little Drama, Micky and Sean are longtime lovers. When Micky learns that he's positive for Aids, Sean immediately questions his faithfulness, but when Micky assures him he's been faithful, Sean must face the truth: he must also have Aids. In He Could’ve Gone Pro, Debbie and her mother are forced to confront the truth about their family's past over a tense Christmas lunch. In The Gift Giver, an HIV support group is infiltrated by a young man toying with the idea of purposely contracting the virus. The familiar and mundane moments between two guys in love become precious in an instant in The News Today. A man spends 15 minutes waiting for the results of an HIV test in The Mess He Made. Karrisa and Chris have been happily married for 6 six years, but Karrisa’s life begins to fall apart during a dinner party when a secret about her husband starts to circulate among the party guests in Caged. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 15

CINEMA ONE CINEMA ONE CINEMA TWO

2:40 PM 6:10 PM 5:00 PM

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A MILLION HAPPY NOWS

(US, 80 MIN)

All the world’s a soap opera, and all the men and women merely players, even daytime diva Lainey Allen (Crystal Chappell). She has enjoyed two decades of stardom (and won a Daytime Emmy Award) and has a blissful relationship with her beautiful partner, Eva (Jessica Leccia). But now Lainey is having difficulty remembering her lines—both on set and off. Are the florid writing and torrid story arcs to blame—or is it something else? She decides to retire, and she and Eva move to a little house perched on a bluff overlooking the ocean. But without the distractions of work, it soon becomes apparent that something is not quite right. A visit to the doctor confirms it: Lainey is suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 14

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PUSHING DEAD

(US, 110 MIN)

The words AIDS and comedy are rarely used together, but Pushing Dead is a film in which it is appropriate. When a struggling writer, HIV positive for 20+ years, accidentally deposits a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his health plan for earning too much. In this new era of sort-of universal care, can he take on a helpless bureaucracy or come up with $3000 a month to buy meds on his own? He quietly panics that any disruption to his pharmaceutical regimen can have disastrous consequences for his health, but while he navigates the labyrinthine world of modern healthcare, the other people in his life suffer from their own personal trials and tribulations. Starring James Roday, Tom Riley, and Danny Glover. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 15

FLETCHER CINEMA ONE

1:00 PM 9:00 PM

QUEER HEROES

MIXED DOCUMENTARY SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 100 MIN)

This collection of 8 short subjects focuses on the struggle for gay, lesbian and transgender rights and the people who have played a role in that struggle in large and small ways. United Kingdom: Queer Heroes is a celebration of queer figures in both historical and contemporary times that have helped push forward arts, politics or science. United States: Love the Sinner is an essay exploring the connection between Christianity and homophobia in the wake of the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. In the 1980s, Bayard Rustin adopted his younger boyfriend, Walter, to obtain the legal protections of marriage. In the intimate love story, Bayard & Me, Walter remembers a time when gay marriage was inconceivable. Umbrella tells the story of four transgender individuals across America who are fighting for rights and representation. A Circle of Diamonds is a musical scene in which two young women reenact a marriage proposal from the 1960’s. Canada: Michael Lost and Found captures the reunion of Michael Glatze and Benjie Nycum, who were once boyfriends and business partners. In 2007, Michael left Benjie and made a bewildering public shift from gay advocate to ex-gay evangelical. The creation of I Am Michael, a feature film about that shift in Michael’s life, starring James Franco, prompts a reconnection between Michael and Benjie. Benjie travels to Wyoming to visit Michael, his wife Rebekah Fuller, and the church where Michael is pastor. Older Than What? brings LGBTQ elders into focus with humor, frankness, wit and charm. New Zealand: Maldivian student Abraham Naim is better known as his alter ego: the powerful and sassy drag queen Medulla Oblongata, a notable figure in the Auckland LGBTQ scene. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 16

CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO CINEMA ONE

2:50 PM 2:20 PM 3:10 PM

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SENSITIVITY TRAINING

(US, 86 MIN)

Meet Serena. The scientist prefers germs over people and being right over being liked. When one of Serena’s jealous outbursts toward a successful colleague turns serious, her university provides an ultimatum: turn that attitude around or your research lab is toast. Now meet Caroline, the bubbly positivity coach whose sweetness could rival a ray of sunshine dipped in unicorn dust. Tired of her normal gig as a sexual harassment trainer teaching remorseless men why they shouldn’t pinch their coworkers’ butts, Caroline jumps at the chance to help soften Serena’s abrasive edges. It’s a good thing she’s up for the challenge, because it’s going to take a whole lot of safe space, late-night glasses of wine, and basic instruction on the importance of being nice to get to the heart of Serena’s brash personality and quick temper. When a surprise visit from her teenage half-brother Ethan leads her to confront her past, Serena finds herself on the verge of both a scientific discovery and a personal breakthrough. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 15

FLETCHER CINEMA ONE

7:10 PM 7:10 PM

RUSSIAN DOLL (US, 83 MIN)

Russian Doll is a female-driven, sexy, edgy crime thriller. The story begins when a young woman discovers a murder plot and calls 911. But moments into the phone call, she is attacked and abducted. The investigation into her disappearance leads Police Detective Viola Ames to interrogate the cast and crew of a local theater company. What Viola doesn’t know is that one of the people she questions is days from committing a long-planned murder. Meanwhile, Viola meets a beautiful woman named Faith who unexpectedly provides a vital clue to the case, and who also forces Viola to confront the grief she has suppressed from her wife’s death of almost two years ago. It’s a story filled with passion, violence, and suspense, where everyone is hiding something. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 14 AUGUST 16

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WO M E N ’ S

C E N T E R P I E C E

SIGNATURE MOVE

F I L M

(US, 80 MIN)

In wrestling, the right signature move can take years to develop. And thirty-something Zaynab—a closeted, Muslim lawyer who takes up wrestling—quickly learns that she lacks the right technique and experience…on and off the mat. Working in the heart of Chicago’s Pakistani community, Zaynab wears the mask of an obedient daughter to her endearing but conservative mother, all the while hiding that she’s a lesbian. As the pressure of keeping her sexuality a secret starts to wear on her, Zaynab meets Alma, a free-spirited Chicana—a woman who is more experienced in love and used to living her life out loud and unashamed. As their relationship progresses and they are confronted with their differences, these polar opposites are challenged to find cultural middle ground before realizing that there’s no one right way to live your own truth. Signature Move is an honest and funny look at how modern romance can arise from a path steeped in tradition. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 16

FLETCHER FLETCHER

7:20 PM 7:20 PM

STILL OF THE NIGHT

WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 92 MIN) Will they or won’t they? That’s the question asked in these 4 electrifying shorts. United States: 195 Lewis is a narrative series about the loves and challenges faced by a group of Black, queer, and polyamorous women in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Refreshingly unburdened by the usual tropes of the genre (coming out, crushing poverty, etc.), this series showcases universality in the specific. In Two Birds, Ellie and Rose like each other. The only problem is that they have never met, even though they both frequent the same coffee shop. The question is —who will make the first move? In Kismet, heartbroken Jessica meets the charismatic Jada. Reluctant to give anyone new a chance, even Jessica has to admit there is something to how they kept meeting. An unpleasant surprise puts the flame out of their budding romance, but will they find themselves back together? Israel: In Pony Tale, 17 year-old Adva is trapped in a never-ending circle between fantasy and reality. Hitchhiking to Tel-Aviv to visit a gay party, she is determined to fulfill her wildest erotic fantasy. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 16 AUGUST 17

CINEMA ONE CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO

5:10 PM 3:20 PM 7:20 PM

NCGLFF.ORG 25


SWITCHING CHANNELS

WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 92 MIN) Connections cross with exhilarating results in these 5 fantastic short films. Kosovo: In Home, Hava’s brothers decide to divide their paternal property. According to traditional customs, the right to inheritance belongs to male descendants only whereas Hava has no right to inherit. The eldest brother is obligated to find a husband for his sister. United States: In Leadbeater, a depressed art student and her group of millennial beatnik friends struggle to cope with repressed romantic feelings at a psychedelic birthday party gone awry. In K&A: Gay Camp, Karly thinks she's bringing Alex on a gaycation. She soon finds out that is not the case. What happens when your desire drives you in the wrong direction? Revved up by passion and ignoring all the signs, three people set out to fulfill their fantasies in One Way Street. Bride of Frankie is a feminist nod to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in which a not-so-mad scientist builds a mate for her mentor's lonely creation with electrifying, and deadly, results. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 14

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M E N ’ S

C E N T E R P I E C E

F I L M

A VERY SORDID WEDDING (US, 109 MIN)

It’s 2015, seventeen years after family matriarch Peggy tripped over G.W.’s wooden legs in Sordid Lives, and life has moved into the present for the residents of Winters, Texas. In the wake of the Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage equality, the Sordid saga continues. An anniversary memorial service is being planned in honor of Peggy at the bar while the Southside Baptist Church is planning an “Anti-Equality Rally” to protest the advancement of same-sex marriage. Both events are to take place on the same night, so the beloved cast of colorful characters are all on a collision course for shenanigans and fireworks at the church and everyone’s favorite bar on the big night. Along the way a bisexual serial killer shows up, a drag queen country medley gets performed and a beauty salon versus the bigots battle turns getting your hair done into the front lines of the equality battle. Friendships are tested and families are reunited as fear and bigotry are confronted with acceptance and understanding on the way to a surprise wedding with (almost) everyone in attendance. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 17

FLETCHER FLETCHER

9:00 PM 7:00 PM

SOMETHING LIKE SUMMER (US, 115 MIN)

Something Like Summer follows the course of true love over the span of a dozen years, from awkward adolescence through challenging adulthood. Ben Bentley, a talented singer, pines for athletic yet secretive Tim Wyman, then meets his true love, Jace Holden. With Tim and Jace in open war to win his affection, Ben has to face up to the realities of adulthood, his continued fear to fight for his own happiness, and the challenge of surviving his most heartbreaking loss. The film features seven musical performances, including original music by the musical director of The Book of Mormon on Broadway. Based on the novel by Lambda Literary Award winner Jay Bell. Shot on location in Portland, Oregon. AUGUST 13 AUGUST 14

FLETCHER FLETCHER

2:10 PM 7:00 PM

NCGLFF.ORG 27


THE WHOLE EARTH OPENING WIDE

MEN’S INTERNATIONAL SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 97 MIN)

UNTIL I LOOKED AT YOU

TRANSGENDER MIXED SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 86 MIN) Here’s a collection of 11 narrative and documentary shorts about being transgender, genderqueer, or intersex around the globe. Canada: In THEY, Alex was born in a female body. His mental image of himself is male, but his peers see him as a young woman. A curious gender-fluid child embarks on a path that will forever change the lives of fellow townspeople in Limina. United States: NICKy asks, "What is gender anyway but a compilation of disappointing, rigid expectations?" Cautious Birth is composed of audio from a 4-hour conversation that led the filmmaker to say 'I'm a woman' for the first time. In This Skin is a narrative exploring the real-life stories of transgender youth. Flora is exposed to prejudice when she uses the women’s bathroom during a visit to a cafe. Walk For Me is a coming-out story where Hassan explores his trans identity in NYC's underground ballroom scene and the night his mother catches him in drag. United Kingdom: Where We Are Now is an insight into the changing relationship between a daughter and her trans parent as they embark on the road to transition. In Sis, two estranged sisters reconcile their differences during a night where honesty is the only policy. Netherlands: Jordy in Transitland is on the brink of her physical transition. Wandering in the realm between man and woman, she feels that the dichotomy is more poignant than ever. Turkey: In The Wonderful Affair, we see a portrait of Harika, a child of Kurdish refugees in Izmir and a trans woman who survives by prostitution. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 14 AUGUST 17

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This collection of 7 shorts has a lot of handsome men hunting for Mr. Right while storming the proverbial castle, but their stories have very different endings. Indonesia: In Pria, a teen living in rural Indonesia struggles between the traditions of his upbringing and his romantic idealization of the freedom of the west. Spain: The Marriage is about the most important day in the lives of Suso and Ricard: after several years in a relationship they’re going to get married. Both of their families are delighted. Well, not all: Adela, Suso’s grandmother, will be present at the dinner, but unaware that what’s being celebrated is her grandson’s wedding day. Australia: A doctor's tentative romance with the hospital's Arabic interpreter evolves into something deeper, but everything is not as it seems in You Deserve Everything. Mexico: In Starting Over, Mario and Lorena have the Alzheimer's cure, but before giving it to Lorena's brother, they have to consider the consequences due to past scars that cannot be cured. Australia: Nathan meets a drag queen who used to beat the crap out of him in their small hometown. Now she’s offering to give him a marvelous makeover in Picking Up. Germany: Homework is about a young father, his twelve year old daughter, one night club, two secrets and a lie that will solve everything. Spain: Tomás and Andrea are standing opposite at a zebra crossing in Madrid. Their eyes meet in the distance and they start smiling to each other. What they don’t know yet is that fleeting encounter will mark their destiny in Por Un Beso. AUGUST 11 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 17

CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO

11:00 PM 1:10 PM 3:20 PM


THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH MEN’S INTERNATIONAL SHORTS (VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 94 MIN)

THE WILD ABANDONED SIDE OF ME WOMEN’S MIXED SHORTS

(VARIOUS COUNTRIES, 90 MIN)

Life always spins out of sequence, and so do the narratives of these delightful shorts! Spain: In Mai, Carmeta, Mari and Pilar are three old ladies who spend every afternoon sitting on a bench, next to the main street of their village. The arrival of a mysterious pair of girls turns into the main topic of discussion among the women. United States: In Shelby’s Vacation, Shelby sets out on a muchneeded vacation to mend her heart from its latest unrequited crush and ends up at a rustic mountain resort where she meets manager Carol, who has her own fantasies that are getting in the way of creating a real relationship. In Last Night Was a Mistake, Alexa & Maya want a stress-free trip to Vegas, away from their significant others. But when the ladies get too drunk and find themselves in a wedding chapel, they've got to face the feelings. In Our Second First Date, a woman is magically forced to repeat the same date over and over again until she can make it go perfectly. Amelia and Charley are two young women of color in the early stages of their relationship that go up against a man who wants to exploit Charley's telekinetic abilities. AUGUST 10 AUGUST 11 AUGUST 14

CINEMA ONE CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO

5:00 PM 8:50 PM 5:20 PM

Do you enjoy sex, romance, and hard-hitting drama? Then this collection of 8 international short films, featuring a variety of genres, styles and subject matter, is for you. India: A first-of-its-kind silent LGBTQ film in India, Sisak is set in the fast-paced environs of the Mumbai local train system. It details a romance that develops slowly and intoxicatingly, nestled in the silences and quiet comforts of the end-of-day train journeys. Mexico: It seems like the beginning of a new romance but Andrés doesn’t know which direction to take, because every road leads him to something sexual in Line 9. Russia: Estranged from his father, a Russian man seeks solace on a "men seeking men" section of Craigslist in Visitor. Australia: In Devil Wears a Suit, a Jewish boy who must decide whether to cure his homosexuality with an injection or be ostracized from his community. Canada: In Guillaume Masturbates, well, Guillaume masturbates too often. Netherlands: As the Syrian civil war rages, Sami has fled his hometown of Aleppo and now lives in Amsterdam. He hopes to be able to live openly as a gay man in Scar Tissue. Spain: In Swimming Pool, Santi and Jota are two guys living in the outskirts of Madrid who spend their time drinking beer in the park, going to sleazy clubs and talking about the hottest girls in the neighborhood. But Jota seems a little bit worried about something. United Kingdom: A shy and quiet loner spends the afternoon with a man named Ben after meeting him on a dating app in Jamie. AUGUST 12 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 17

CINEMA ONE CINEMA TWO CINEMA TWO

11:20 PM 4:20 PM 9:30 PM

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2017 NCGLFF SCHEDULE AUG 10

THU

Fletcher Hall

Cinema One

Cinema Two

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: TODRICK HALL 101 min 4:50-6:31 pm

THE WILD ABANDONED SIDE OF ME 100 min 5-6:40 pm

SWITCHING CHANNELS 102 min 5:10-6:58 pm

HELLO AGAIN 105 min 7-8:45 pm

A MILLION HAPPY NOWS 80 min 7:10-8:30 pm

8 pm

9 pm

10 pm

Fletcher Hall

DEATH AND LIFE OF MARSHA P. JOHNSON 105 min 3-4:45 pm

3 pm

4 pm

6 pm

7 pm

FRI

Cinema One

Cinema Two

2 pm

4 pm

5 pm

AUG 11

CENTER OF MY WORLD 115 min 9:1011:05 pm

GLORIA AND GRACE 94 min 9-10:34 pm

LET THE FLIGHT BEGIN 87 min 7:20-8:47 pm

HEAR MY HEART BURST AGAIN 104 min 9:20-11:04 pm

11 pm

5 pm

A PAINTED OCEAN 110 min 2:40-4:30 pm

QUEER HEROES 100 min 2:50-4:30 pm

UNTIL I LOOKED AT YOU 86 min 4:50-6:26 pm

THE FABULOUS ALLAN CARR 90 min 5:10-6:40 pm

HEAR MY HEART BURST AGAIN 104 min 5-6:44 pm

SENSITIVITY TRAINING 86 min 7:10-8:36 pm

HOOKED 90 min 7-8:30 pm

THE BIG KAHUNA 92 min 6:50-8:22 pm

THE NEW 30 105 min 9-10:45 pm

RUSSIAN DOLL 98 min 9:10-10:48 pm

THE WILD ABANDONED SIDE OF ME 100 min 8:5010:30 pm

THE MEN WITH THE MIDAS TOUCH 108 min 11:10 pm1:03 am

THE WHOLE EARTH OPENING WIDE 97 min 11 pm 12:37 am

6 pm

7 pm

8 pm

9 pm

10 pm

11 pm

CENTER OF MY WORLD 115 min 11:20 pm1:15 am

12 am

APRES-FEST RE-SCREENINGS MON, AUG 14

3:00 pm FOREVER HOLD YOUR PIECE 3:10 pm RUSSIAN DOLL 3:20 pm UNTIL I LOOKED AT YOU 5:00 pm BEHIND THE CURTAIN: TODRICK HALL. 5:10 pm COMES THE MORNING 5:20 pm THE WILD ABANDONED SIDE OF ME 7:00 pm SOMETHING LIKE SUMMER 7:10 pm DIAMONDS NEVER LIE TO ME 7:20 pm A MILLION HAPPY NOWS 9:00 pm SWITCHING CHANNELS 9:10 pm HOOKED 9:20 pm GLORIA AND GRACE 30

TUES, AUG 15 3:00 pm 3:10 pm 3:20 pm 5:00 pm 5:10 pm 5:20 pm 7:00 pm 7:10 pm 7:20 pm 9:00 pm 9:10 pm 9:20 pm

NIGHTFALL DEATH AND LIFE OF MARSHA P. JOHNSON THE BIG KAHUNA A PAINTED OCEAN LET THE FLIGHT BEGIN HELLO CUPID: FARRAH HELLO AGAIN SENSITIVITY TRAINING NO, MR. BOND, I WANT YOU TO DIE! PUSHING DEAD ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD KEPT BOY


AUG 12

SAT

Fletcher Hall THE LAND BEFORE TIME 70 min 11 am12:10 pm

11 am

Cinema One APRICOT GROVES 80 min 11:10 am12:30 pm

Cinema Two OPEN BOOKS 87 min 11:20 am12:47 pm

12 pm

AUG 13

SUN 12 pm

Fletcher Hall DICKINSON AVE 105 min 12-1:45 pm

Cinema One THE BIG KAHUNA 92 min 12:101:42 pm

LET THE FLIGHT BEGIN 87 min 12:20-1:47 pm

1 pm PUSHING DEAD 110 min 1-2:50 pm

1 pm

DIAMONDS NEVER LIE TO ME 102 min 12:50-2:32 pm

2 pm CAT SKIN 97 min 3:10 pm4:47 pm

3 pm

4 pm

KEPT BOY 89 min 5:20-6:49 pm

5 pm

THE MEN WITH THE MIDAS TOUCH 108 min 3-4:48 pm

STILL OF THE NIGHT 92 min 5:10-6:42 pm

THE WHOLE EARTH OPENING WIDE 97 min 1:10 pm2:47 pm

ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD 84 min 3:20-4:44 pm

COMES THE MORNING 103 min 5-6:43 pm

6 pm

2 pm

SOMETHING LIKE SUMMER 115 min 2:10-4:05 pm

Cinema Two

SWITCHING CHANNELS 102 min 2-3:42 pm

QUEER HEROES 100 min 2:20-4 pm

3 pm

4 pm

5 pm

6 pm

HELLO CUPID: FARRAH 71 min 4:30-5:41 pm

AFTER LOUIE 101 min 6-7:41 pm

NO, MR. BOND, I EXPECT YOU TO DIE! 101 min 4:10-5:51 pm

A PAINTED OCEAN 110 min 6:10-8 pm

THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH 94 min 4:20-5:54 pm

COMES THE MORNING 103 min 6:20-8:03 pm

7 pm

SIGNATURE MOVE 80 min 7:20-8:40 pm

7 pm

FOREVER HOLD YOUR PIECE 109 min 7:10-8:59 pm

8 pm A VERY SORDID WEDDING 119 min 9-10:59 pm

9 pm

DEATH AND LIFE OF MARSHA P JOHNSON 105 min 7-8:45 pm

NIGHTFALL 96 min 9:20-10:56 pm

UNTIL I LOOKED AT YOU 86 min 9:10-10:36 pm

THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH 94 min 11:20 pm12:54 am

NO, MR. BOND, I EXPECT YOU TO DIE! 101 min 11:10 pm1:01 am

8 pm

9 pm

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: TODRICK HALL 101 min 8:10-9:51 pm

ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD 84 min 8:20-9:44 pm

OPEN BOOKS 87 min 8:30-9:57 pm

10 pm

11 pm

THE FABULOUS ALLAN CARR 90 min 11:30 pm1:00 am

12 am

WED, AUG 16 3:00 pm 3:10 pm 3:20 pm 5:00 pm 5:10 pm 5:20 pm 7:00 pm 7:10 pm 7:20 pm 8:50 pm 9:00 pm 9:10 pm

GLORIA AND GRACE QUEER HEROES STILL OF THE NIGHT AFTER LOUIE NIGHTFALL OPEN BOOKS FOREVER HOLD YOUR PIECE APRICOT GROVES SIGNATURE MOVE RUSSIAN DOLL CENTER OF MY WORLD THE BIG KAHUNA

THU, AUG 17 3:00 pm 3:10 pm 3:20 pm 5:00 pm 5:10 pm 5:20 pm 7:00 pm 7:10 pm 7:20 pm 9:10 pm 9:20 pm 9:30 pm

THE MEN WITH THE MIDAS TOUCH THE FABULOUS ALLAN CARR THE WHOLE EARTH OPENING WIDE DICKINSON AVENUE HEAR MY HEART BURST AGAIN UNTIL I LOOKED AT YOU A VERY SORDID WEDDING CAT SKIN STILL OF THE NIGHT DEATH AND LIFE OF MARSHA P. JOHNSON THE NEW 30 THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH NCGLFF.ORG 31


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2017 CHEAT SHEET Date

Theater

Time

Date

Theater

Time

Hello Again

Aug 10 Aug 15

Fletcher Fletcher

7:00 pm 7:00 pm

Hello Cupid: Farrah

Aug 13 Aug 15

Fletcher Fletcher

4:30 pm 5:20 pm

After Louie

Aug 13 Aug 16

Fletcher Fletcher

6:00 pm 5:00 pm

Hooked

Aug 11 Aug 14

Cinema One Cinema One

7:00 pm 9:10 pm

All The Time In The World

Aug 12 Aug 13 Aug 15

Cinema Two Cinema One Cinema Two

3:20 pm 8:20 pm 9:10 pm

Kept Boy

Aug 12 Aug 15

Fletcher Fletcher

5:20 pm 9:20 pm

Apricot Groves

Aug 12 Aug 16

Cinema One Cinema One

11:10 am 7:10 pm

Land Before Time

Aug 12

Fletcher

11:00 am

Let The Flight Begin

Aug 10 Aug 13 Aug 15

Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema One

7:20 pm 12:20 pm 5:10 pm

Men With The Midas Touch

Aug 11 Aug 12 Aug 17

Cinema One Cinema One Cinema One

11:10 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm

Million Happy Nows

Aug 10 Aug 14

Cinema One Cinema One

7:10 pm 7:20 pm

New 30

Aug 11 Aug 17

Fletcher Cinema One

9:00 pm 9:20 pm

Nightfall

Aug 12 Aug 15 Aug 16

Cinema One Cinema Two Cinema Two

9:20 pm 3:00 pm 5:10 pm

No, Mr. Bond, I Expect You To Die!

Aug 12 Aug 13 Aug 15

Cinema Two Cinema One Cinema Two

11:10 pm 4:10 pm 7:20 pm

Open Books

Aug 12 Aug 13 Aug 16

Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema One

11:20 am 8:30 pm 5:20 pm

Behind The Curtain

Aug 10 Aug 13 Aug 14

Fletcher Fletcher Fletcher

4:50 pm 8:10 pm 5:00 pm

Big Kahuna

Aug 11 Aug 13 Aug 15 Aug 16

Cinema Two Cinema One Cinema One Cinema Two

6:50 pm 12:10 pm 3:20 pm 9:10 pm

Cat Skin

Aug 12 Aug 17

Fletcher Cinema One

3:10 pm 7:10 pm

Center Of My World

Aug 10 Aug 11 Aug 16

Fletcher Fletcher Fletcher

9:10 pm 11:20 pm 9:00 pm

Comes The Morning

Aug 12 Aug 13 Aug 14

Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema One

5:00 pm 6:20 pm 5:10 pm

Death And Life Of Marsha

Aug 11 Aug 12 Aug 15 Aug 17

Fletcher Cinema Two Fletcher Fletcher

3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:10 pm 9:10 pm

Diamonds Never Lie To Me

Aug 12 Aug 14

Cinema One Cinema Two

12:50 pm 7:10 pm

Painted Ocean

Aug 11 Aug 13 Aug 15

Cinema One Cinema One Cinema Two

2:40 pm 6:10 pm 5:00 pm

Dickinson Avenue

Aug 13 Aug 17

Fletcher Fletcher

12:00 pm 5:00 pm

Pushing Dead

Aug 12 Aug 15

Fletcher Cinema One

1:00 pm 9:00 pm

Fabulous Allan Carr

Aug 11 Aug 12 Aug 17

Fletcher Fletcher Fletcher

5:10 pm 11:30 pm 3:10 pm

Queer Heroes

Aug 11 Aug 13 Aug 16

Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema One

2:50 pm 2:20 pm 3:10 pm

Forever Hold Your Piece

Aug 12 Aug 14 Aug 16

Cinema One Fletcher Fletcher

9:00 pm 9:20 pm 3:00 pm

Russian Doll

Aug 11 Aug 14 Aug 16

Cinema One Fletcher Cinema One

9:10 pm 3:10 pm 8:50 pm

Gloria And Grace

Aug 10 Aug 14 Aug 16

Cinema One Cinema One Cinema Two

7:10 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm

Sensitvity Training

Aug 11 Aug 15

Fletcher Cinema One

7:10 pm 7:10 pm

Hear My Heart Burst Again

Aug 10 Aug 11 Aug 17

Cinema Two Cinema One Cinema One

9:20 pm 5:00 pm 5:10 pm

Signature Move

Aug 12 Aug 16

Fletcher Fletcher

7:20 pm 7:20 pm

Something Like Summer

Aug 13 Aug 14

Fletcher Fletcher

2:10 pm 7:00 pm

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CHEAT SHEET CONTINUED Date

Theater

Time

Still Of The Night

Aug 12 Aug 16 Aug 17

Cinema One Cinema Two Cinema Two

5:10 pm 3:20 pm 7:20 pm

Switching Channels

Aug 10 Aug 13 Aug 14

Cinema Two Cinema One Cinema Two

5:10 pm 2:00 pm 9:00 pm

Until I Looked At You

Aug 11 Aug 12 Aug 14 Aug 17

Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema Two

4:50 pm 9:10 pm 3:20 pm 5:20 pm

Very Sordid Wedding

Aug 12 Aug 17

Fletcher Fletcher

9:00 pm 7:00 pm

Wild Abandoned Side Of Me

Aug 10 Aug 11 Aug 14

Cinema One Cinema Two Cinema Two

5:00 pm 8:50 pm 5:20 pm

Whole Earth Opening Wide

Aug 11 Aug 12 Aug 17

Cinema Two Cinema Two Cinema Two

11:00 pm 1:10 pm 3:20 pm

World Is Not Enough

Aug 12 Aug 13 Aug 17

Cinema One Cinema Two Cinema Two

11:20 pm 4:20 pm 9:30 pm

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