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Mario – {Free Showing}

September 18 @ 7:30 pm | Reeves Theater (University of Tampa – Vaughn Center 2nd Floor)

Why should a talented young man choose between his lifetime dream and the first love of his life? Mario has been working and dreaming toward a career as a professional soccer player. He was well on his way when Leon walked into his life. Leon is beautiful and a talented player, in his own right.

This is Not Berlin (Esto no es Berlín)

October 5 @ 3:00 pm | Metro Wellness and Community Center

In high school Carlos is an outsider who likes unpopular music and building robotic sculptures. But one night when he gains entrance to the unique El Azteca nightclub in Mexico City, he suddenly finds himself to be at home among a crowd of outsiders.

Something to Cry About: Drama In Your Shorts

October 5 @ 4:00 pm | Tampa Theatre

Join us for a collection of eight dramatic short films that celebrate queer people of diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Last Ferry

October 5 @ 10:00 pm | Tampa Theatre

A young lawyer is looking for love on Fire Island. As he explores what little there is to do during the “off-season,” he is drugged, mugged, and witnesses a murder. When a handsome stranger comes to his aid, Joseph believes his luck is changing.

Billie and Emma

October 6 @ 1:45 pm | Tampa Theatre

Billie and Emma are sent to a Catholic high school for very different reasons. Set in the Philippines of the mid-1990’s, Billie is banished by her city parents to get her away from her girlfriend. Emma is brilliant, overachieving, popular, and on course for a bright future.

More Beautiful For Having Been Broken

October 7 @ 6:30 pm | Metro Wellness and Community Center

Devoted FBI Agent McKenzie “Max” De Ridder has recently lost her mother. In the wake of grief, she forms a bond with a young boy with special needs and an unexpected - and at first tense, then loving - relationship with his mother.

Paradise Hills

October 7 @ 9:15 pm | Tampa Theatre

In this futuristic fairy tale, Uma (Emma Roberts) wakes up in a rose- and tulle-filled boarding school for wayward young women, whose families pay big bucks for their daughters to emerge perfect. With the love and support of the women in this beautiful prison, she must find a way to escape, or risk being erased.

The Ground Beneath my Feet (Der Boden unter den Füßen)

October 8 @ 9:00 pm | Tampa Theatre

Lola is a jet-setting overachiever in a cutthroat corporate environment. She keeps both her relationship with her boss, Elise, and the existence of an older sister, Conny, a secret.  But when she receives the news that Conny has attempted suicide, Lola's secrets threaten to explode into the open.


October 9 @ 6:30 pm | Metro Wellness and Community Center

Anandhi understands loss. Her parents and relatives perished into the waves of a Tsunami off the coast of India. Her Uncle Singaram feels the loss even deeper, as he is the only one left to look after Anandhi, with all the tenderness and the hand wringing of an anxious father.


October 9 @ 8:30 pm | Metro Wellness and Community Center

Heartbroken Karen becomes unwittingly entangled with the younger Lana after breaking into her ex's lake house on a bender of passion and without much forethought. She comes to find that Lana is a loose cannon, and with a little weed and nothing better to do, the women grow a friendship that might be another bad idea.

History Lessons (Shorts)

October 10 @ 6:30 pm | Metro Wellness and Community Center

Join us for a collection of six short films that celebrate the history of queer people from long before Stonewall to the present day.

Knives and Skin

October 10 @ 9:15 pm | Tampa Theatre

Carolyn, Joanna, Laurel, and Charlotte are your average teenage girls in rural Ohio: they front afro punk bands, make out with fellow cheerleaders in the woods, and deal with unstable parents. But when Carolyn disappears one night, the town must come together to investigate this unimaginable trauma.

End of the Century (Fin de siglo)

October 11 @ 10:00 pm | Tampa Theatre

Time bends in this sexy film about the chance meetings of two scruffy, handsome men. Ocho meets Javi while vacationing in Barcelona. The electricity between them is immediate.

TIGLFF: Next Scene – FREE!

October 12 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm | Tampa Theatre

A new initiative to offer viewing and filmmaking experiences to our younger audience members who live their lives online and stream On Demand. We are offering opportunities for these young filmmakers, activists, and audience members.

A Dog Barking At The Moon

October 12 @ 1:30 pm | Tampa Theatre

Xiaoyu returns to China with her American husband in tow to visit her parents, whose relationship is as dysfunctional as ever. Her father's homosexuality set off a domestic earthquake many years ago, with aftershocks extending to the present as the family still struggles to maintain their integrity.

And Then We Danced

October 12 @ 3:30 pm | Tampa Theatre

Merab has been dancing since he was ten. He aspires to make the National Ballet and he feels confident, until Irakli shows up. Irakli is strong, handsome, and confident in the way someone can be when they have always been better than everyone else.

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