Join us for a lively survey of the best in American and international Gay and Lesbian filmmaking.
Featuring Filmmakers In Person, Receptions, Parties, Bagel Brunches, and more!
(Nickolas Bird/ Eleanor Sharpe, 2012, Australia, 77 mins)
Ballroom Rules is a feature length Australian documentary that explores the little known world of same-sex ballroom dancing. The film follows a group of Australian same-sex ballroom dancers while they battle homophobia, injury and personal drama to pursue their dream of competing at The Gay Games in Germany.
Yes Or No
(Saratswadee Wongsomphet, 2010, Thailand, 102 mins)
Pie is a sweet girl who moves into a new college dorm room where she finds out that her new roommate Kim is a tomboy who looks and dresses like a boy. As their friendship develops, Pie and Kim begin to wonder if the feelings they are having for one another is just an ordinary friendship or true love.
with Always Again (Estel Camprecios, 2011, UK, 6 mins)
(Eytan Fox, 2012, Israel, 84 mins)
The stunning follow up to Eytan Fox‘s Yossi & Jagger. It is 10 years later, Yossi, now a gay, closeted doctor lives a solitary existence in Tel Aviv. A perennially sad, workaholic doctor, Yossi has his quiet world shaken when Jagger’s mother shows up in his hospital. Their brief but emotionally charged reunion unnerves Yossi enough to make him spontaneously leave Tel Aviv. On the desolate roads of southern Israel, a chance encounter with a group of lively soldiers ignites Yossi’s desire to awaken from his emotional slumber. world shaken when Jagger’s mother shows up in his hospital. Their brief but emotionally charged reunion unnerves Yossi enough to make him spontaneously leave Tel Aviv. On the desolate roads of
southern Israel, a chance encounter with a group of lively soldiers ignites Yossi’s desire to awaken from his emotional slumber.
with Couples Therapy (Mike Rose, 2011, USA, 8 mins)
8:15 PM Closing Night Party
Join us for Stephen Flynn’s last hurrah. After 15 years of devoting himself to the Film Festival, Steve will be stepping down as Festival Director. Sponsored by MetLife (email@example.com).
Entertainment will be presented by NealB.TV and Broadway Sings for Pride.
Neal B. will host Broadway’s finest performers including: Chondra Profit (The Lion King), Marcus Bellamy (Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark), Elissa Goldstein (An Affirmative Act), Karmine Alers (Broadway’s Rent)