A blind adventure writer and a sustainable sushi chef form a bond while searching for enlightenment in the murky depths off the New England coast. Precedes: THE LAST PIG 2017, USA, 54 minutes Directed by Allison Argo
A famous civil rights activist adopts his boyfriend for legal protection – a love story in a time when gay marriage was inconceivable. Precedes: DOLORES 2017, USA, 95 minutes Directed by Peter Bratt
Winner of the 2017 HBO Short Documentary Award. Sponsored by Admiral’s Landing.
An autobiographical tale of growing up gay in Soviet Union Russia, Wes escapes with his mother, a mail order bride, to Seattle to face a whole new oppression in his new Christian fundamentalist American dad.
On Josh and Greg’s first date, they quickly realize that the generational divide between them is the least of their worries.
A personal documentary essay explores the connection between Christianity and homophobia in the wake of the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Three friends gather for a potluck just as the world falls into apocalyptic ruin.
Based on the Paul Bowles’s short story, a young girl finds herself transforming into a kitten as she grows up and slips away from her family.
Cat visits her parents for the weekend and is confronted with her mother’s inability to remember one key detail.
Theater troupe Split Britches debuted a performance that went on to influence a generation of lesbian feminists in New York’s downtown theater community during the Reagan era.