ACCESS AIDS Care & The LGBT Center of Hampton Roads
are very excited to announce the 3rd Annual LGBT Film Festival.
Save the date for February 3-7, 2015.
This festival is a community-focused event with the goal and purpose of exposing, educating, and introducing the lifestyle, struggles, joys, and hardships of the Queer community through the world of film and media.
For years, the Queer community is kept silent or unrecognized in the world of film; and our struggles are kept limited and hidden from public eye. Today, that has changed and hundreds of writers, actors, and filmmakers are fighting against the "status Quo" of what is expected on TV and the movie screen; and this festival is to honor and commemorate those filmmakers who are not afraid to make films for the Queer community, because it may not be what the "traditional audiences" want but they don't care, and this festival is to commemorate and honor those brave people.
Southern Baptist Sissies at The Naro featuring actor Emerson Collins. Doors open at 6:30PM. Drinks available for purchase. Post-movie Q&A and VIP Reception with Emerson Collins at The Green Onion at 9:30PM.
Burning Blue at Norfolk State University. Doors open at 6:30PM. Post-movie discussion. Light hors d`oeuvres provided. Sponsored by LEGASI.
TRANS at The Ferguson Center - CNU. Doors open at 6PM. Post-movie discussion. Light hors d`oeuvres provided. Sponsored by CNU Spectrum.
Christine at the Crossroads at the Unitarian Church of Norfolk. Doors open at 6:30PM. Post-movie Q&A and reception with movie producer Ernie Smith. Sponsored by UCN Social Justice Committee.
Short Film Showcase and Award Ceremony at ODU University Theatre with reception. Doors Open at 6:30PM. Sponsored by ODU OUT.
For information on attending, advertising, sponsoring or volunteering for the Reel It OUT committee, click here.
|Mon May 01 @ 6:30PM]|
Hampton Roads Pride
|Wed May 03 @ 6:00PM]|
Trans Masculine Group
|Thu May 04 @ 6:00PM]|
Gay Men’s Discussion Group
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