From Zero To I Love You

Creative Loafing 1911 N 13th St (2nd Floor), Tampa

Darryl Stephens plays Pete Logsdon-just a guy in Philadelphia who happens to have a history of getting involved with married men. His father, played by veteran Richard Lawson and his soon-to-be step mom, Leslie Zemeckis, are on him to find someone who's actually available and to settle down. Instead, he finds a man named Jack…

Tell It To The Bees

freeFall Theatre 6099 Central Ave, St. Petersburg

In 1950s small town Britain, a doctor develops a relationship with her young patient's mother.

Sell By – {Opening Night}

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

A charming ensemble comedy with a great cast and lots of fun! Adam and his insta-gay boyfriend Marklin have been together for five years. They love each other, but … their relationship is so bored and aimless, they consider marriage just because “it’s time.” The women in their lives are their best friends. They are caring and devoted and have their own love issues.

BIT

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

BIT is the lesbian vampire film everyone has been waiting for – campy, fresh, aggressive, provocative and sexy. On her first night in LA, Laurel, a transgender teenage girl on vacation falls in with four queer feminist vampires.

Queering The Script

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

Queer nerd alert! This fascinating documentary is a fun and informative look at the subculture of queer fandom. Hear from fans at conventions like ClexaCon, as well as Pose actress Angelica Ross, The L Word creator Ilene Chaiken, and Xena: Warrior Princess herself, Lucy Lawless.

Trick

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Let’s revisit aspiring Broadway songwriter Gabriel and hot go-go dancer Mark on their quest through the streets of New York, looking for places to seal the deal. Trick made Miss Coco Peru a household name with her infamous bathroom warning… “It burns!”

Zen In The Ice Rift (Zen sul ghiaccio sottile)

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

Maia (who prefers to go by Zen) is a walking cube of ice, freezing out the world. Zen plays hockey on the high school boys’ team to hone the skills needed to land a place on the national women’s team. She is constantly bullied by her teammates.

Unsettled: Seeking Refuge in America

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

In this powerful documentary, renowned filmmaker, Tom Shepherd follows the intense struggles of four LGBT+ refugees from Africa and the Middle East. Cheyenne and Mari (Angolan), Subhi (Syrian), and Junior (Congolese) have fled homophobic violence and are starting over in San Francisco.

This is Not Berlin (Esto no es Berlín)

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

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.

Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Single mom Rachel is fresh, funny and ready to “get back out there” after several years of chaste devotion to her job and her family. She gets the surprise of her life when she attends a Māori film festival and lays eyes on filmmaker Nikki Si’ulepa.

The Shiny Shrimps (Les Crevettes pailletées)

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Not since Priscilla, Queen of the Desert have queer men had so much fun on a bus. And that’s just part of this hilarious film about a flamboyant amateur water polo team on its way to the Gay Games. Add in a straight Olympic swimmer ordered to coach them as penance for a televised homophobic remark.

Last Ferry

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

A Bigger Splash

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

David Hockney, still fruitful at 81, is a great American artist. He also is gay. His paintings of nude men and sun-kissed landscapes, in southern California and elsewhere, are instantly recognizable as uniquely his own. In 1973, filmmaker Jack Hazan documented Hockney’s evolving relationship with a young man who was once his lover and remained his muse.

Billie and Emma

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

Six Characters in Search of a Play – w/ Del Shores

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Del Shores is a consummate storyteller.  In this cinematic version of his staged performance, Del opens the secret vault of his memory and shares six characters whom we have not met, but whom those of us from the south certainly know.

Adam

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

In the summer of 2006, Adam escapes another boring family vacation to stay with his cool older sister Casey in NYC. Adam's horizons rapidly expand as he follows Casey to lesbian bars and gay marriage rallies, but it isn't until he is mistaken for a trans guy that he really gets a crash course in LGBT vocabulary.

Good Kisser

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Jenna agrees to a sexy weekend fling with girlfriend Kate (Rachel Paulson) and the worldly Mia. As the night unfolds, Jenna realizes she’s bitten off more than she can chew. Jenna is unsure of herself, and the entire situation for that matter, while Kate is more than ready to get to the main event.

Tongues Untied

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Thirty years ago, filmmaker Marlon Riggs detailed his own experiences as a gay man coming to terms with his sexual identity, the death of many of his friends to AIDS, and the particular stigma that Black gay men faced. Both deeply personal and a brilliant experimental critique of the politics of racism, homophobia, and exclusion of the time.

More Beautiful For Having Been Broken

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

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.

For They Know Not What They Do

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

From The Director of "For The Bible Tells Me So" This new documentary takes us on a journey of understanding and sheds light on religion, gender identity, and sexual orientation in America. At the core of the story are four families whose faith is their source of strength and, sometimes, a source of pain.

José

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

José fills his free moments playing with his phone and having random sex with other men, arranged on street corners and dating apps. When he meets attractive and gentle Luís, a migrant from the rural Caribbean coast, they pursue an unexpected relationship with more emotion than José has ever felt.

Paradise Hills

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

Vision Portraits

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Queer filmmaker Rodney Evans becomes the almost unwilling subject of his own film, as he chronicles his loss of vision. Evans talks with fellow artists - a photographer, a dancer, and a writer - who have gone through similar experiences and who have thrived despite their visual impairments.

Being Impossible (Yo impossible)

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

After attempting her first sexual experience with her boyfriend, Ariel discovers that she is different. Her gynecologist reveals that her sex life may be complicated by "corrective" surgery and a strictly gendered upbringing by her family and religious societal norms of Venezuela. Now, as she discovers her body for the first time, Ariel must decide who she wants to be.

Straight Up

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

A highly entertaining romantic comedy with a twist: a love story without the thrill of copulation. Hyper-articulate, obsessive compulsive gay twenty-something Todd (Sweeney) wants to try being straight. Not because he thinks being gay is bad. He just thinks he is bad at being gay.

Universal Drama (Shorts)

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

Join us for a collection of six short films that celebrate queer people around the world.

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

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

Seahorse

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

This thoughtful documentary about a transgender man named Freddy who undertakes to start a family by becoming pregnant. Though Freddy yearns to raise his own child, pregnancy challenges his understanding of masculinity, gender, and parenthood more than he could have ever imagined.

Kattumaram

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

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.

Circus of Books

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

Karen and Barry Mason were just looking for a way to support their young family when they became distributors for Hustler Magazine. When they took over the renowned LA sex toy and video store Circus of Books, they became fully immersed in the gay community and became a safe place for queer people.

Clementine

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

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.

Benjamin

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

In this charming romance, Benjamin is a young filmmaker in London, boyishly handsome, awkwardly brilliant, full of self-doubt. He must navigate the pretentious local arts scene to build his career, and his love life sucks. He bogs himself and others down in obscure philosophical banter.

Changing The Game

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

For young transgender athletes, the sport they love often turns into a minefield of controversy. Decried as cheaters if they excel or barred from competing among the gender they identify with; positive outcomes are rare. But when a sport is a lifeline, what is fair?

History Lessons (Shorts)

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

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

An Almost Ordinary Summer (Croce e delizia)

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

When two grandfathers from different backgrounds fall in love, telling their families is the last hurdle before their wedding. What better way to get it over with than to bring them all, unsuspecting, to neighboring beach houses, drop the bomb and watch the fireworks begin?

Song Lang

Metro Wellness and Community Center 3251 3rd Ave N, St Petersburg

When a hunky, brooding, and hardened debt collector and martial arts practitioner Dung “Thunderbolt” threatens to set fire to a pile of traditional opera costumes for an upcoming performance, one of the actors, Linh Phung, steps in to argue for more time. This non-traditional meeting instead ignites a slow burn between the two men.

Knives and Skin

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

You Don’t Nomi

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

When does a critically “bad” film become a cult film? Is “camp” manufactured or does it just happen?  Jeffrey McHale’s documentary asks these questions, but in the subtlest of ways. McHale digs deep in his detailed exploration of the nuances and the blatant exploitation of Showgirls, the 1995 worst everything in cinema. 

End of the Century (Fin de siglo)

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

And Then We Danced

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

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.

Gay Chorus Deep South – {Closing Night}

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa

The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus set out to bring their message of hope and resiliency in response to the 2016 presidential election by spending a week touring throughout the deep south.
The Chorus, joined by The Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, brought a message of music, love, and acceptance to communities and individuals confronting intolerance.

For They Know Not What They Do (Encore)

Metropolitan Community Church of Tampa 408 East Cayuga St., Tampa

From The Director of "For The Bible Tells Me So" This new documentary takes us on a journey of understanding and sheds light on religion, gender identity, and sexual orientation in America. At the core of the story are four families whose faith is their source of strength and, sometimes, a source of pain.

SAINT FRANCES

AMC Sundial 12 151 2nd Ave N, St. Petersburg

See it before anyone else!  Official Release Date:  28 February 2020 Maya and Annie are a middle age couple with two kids - a new baby boy and Frances, a fascinatingly precocious six-year-old, who needs a nanny. Frances gets the final say on the nanny and after her first choice flames out, she selects Bridget,…

Laughter in Lockdown (shorts) {FREE}

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Since we can't gather together in person... We are excited to announce the launch of our new virtual screening platform TIGLFF Online, where we will be presenting regular virtual screenings! The program is curated by our new Director of Programming Derek Horne. We are kicking off the series with a free short film retrospective of…

Breaking Fast

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Our First Virtual Full Length Film! Mo Hamoud, a mid-30s doctor living in West Hollywood, is full of passion and optimism which shows in every interaction he has. We meet him as he prepares to host dinner for his family on the first night of Ramadan, the holiest time of year for Mo, when Muslims…

SHIRLEY

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Elisabeth Moss stars as renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson who is on the precipice of writing her masterpiece when the arrival of newlyweds upends her meticulous routine and heightens tensions in her already tempestuous relationship with her philandering husband. The middle-aged couple, prone to ruthless barbs and copious afternoon cocktails, begin to toy mercilessly with…

Trans Musicians: Life in Harmony

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To celebrate Pride Month, we present a pair of inspiring documentaries about two transgender musicians who are living their lives in true harmony. Cidny Bullens and Glenn Copeland reflect on their transformational musical journeys. Program Features Two Films The Gender Line– (13min/2019/USA) Directed by T.J. Parsell Inspiring portrait of transgender rock star, Cidny Bullens (formerly…

Give or Take

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Celebrate Father’s Day and Pride Month with a sneak preview of this poignant and comedic drama about a son coming to terms with the memory of his deceased dad who lived his later years out and proud. Starring Norbert Leo Butz (Bloodline) and Cheri Oteri (SNL) When a disillusioned New Yorker's father dies, he goes…

PROUD

Partner Online Screening

This three-part French mini-series tells the story of Charles, Victor, and Bao. Three generations of men from the same family, who are transformed by the social progress happening in the country. Each episode is dedicated successively to each one of them, around three historic moments. Retrospective and epic, the series also portrays a family as…

From St. Pete to Saint Petersburg

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In the spirit of Pride Month, we present two documentaries that starkly contrast the state of the LGBTQ+ community in the U.S. and Russia. The Countdown is a short documentary produced by the St. Pete City Council chronicling the preparations for last year's Pride Week Parade and Festival which marked the 50th Anniversary of the…

Pioneers of Queer Cinema

Partner Online Screening

Take a trip into the past with these classics of early queer cinema that were all way ahead of their time. This trilogy of restored classic films presented by Kino Marquee include Victor and Victoria, Mädchen in Uniform, and Michael.  See all three for $15 and you'll have 10 days to watch. Or choose individual…

Stage Mother

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TIGLFF is proud to present a special advance screening of the fabulous new comedy STAGE MOTHER, starring Lucy Liu, Adrian Grenier, and Jacki Weaver as a conservative church choir director who inherits her late son's San Francisco drag club. This film is guaranteed to lift your spirits! PURCHASE TICKETS/VIEW FILM HERE

PORT AUTHORITY

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The NYC Port Authority is a mecca dedicated to getting people where they need to go but when Paul, a young Midwestern probation dodger with a damaged past and a chip on his shoulder, first arrives here - he’s got nowhere to go. His desperate search for a sense of belonging finds him reluctantly working for crooked movers who prey on the poor.

AHEAD OF THE CURVE

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An inspirational tribute to the fascinating life and career of Franco Stevens, creator of the ground-breaking lesbian magazine Curve, which generated a world-wide sense of community and positive visibility for gay women.

BREAKING FAST

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Cocooned in strict Muslim beliefs about family, faith, and food, Mo – an adorably shy gay doctor in postbreak-up mode – cautiously expands his comfort zone during Ramadan to connect with Kal, an All-American gay actor who happens to speak Arabic and make great mloukieh (jute stew).

ELLIE & ABBIE (& ELLIE’S DEAD AUNT)

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Move over Cinderella… this modern queer fairytale belongs to Ellie who has her very own fairy godmother in the form of her reincarnated Aunt Tara appearing just in the nick of time to give advice to Ellie who is coming out to her mother and trying to pursue Abbie, the girl of her dreams at school.

LATTER DAY JEW

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Meet H. Alan Scott: a gay former Mormon/converted Jew/cancer survivor/writer-comedian, as he finds his spiritual path while preparing for his Bar Mitzvah, traveling to Israel during their Gay Pride celebration, and immersing himself in Jewish life and culture.

MAKING SWEET TEA

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Grab a tall one and settle in to watch this intimate documentary that chronicles the reflective journey of southern-born, black gay researcher and performer, E. Patrick Johnson as he travels home to North Carolina to come to terms with his past.

TRANSFORMISTAS

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Filmed covertly without permission from the Cuban government, this intimately epic documentary fluctuates between the past and the present, contrasting the struggles that different generations of drag queens have faced in their country.

YOUNG HUNTER (EL CAZADOR)

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A horny teen left alone by vacationing parents may have a familiar ring but this film’s intimate treatment of a gay boy’s early sexual explorations is far more original with its mystery and mayhem mix of thriller and coming-of-age story.

SHORTS PROGRAM #1: RITES OF PASSAGE

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From birthdays and bat mitzvahs to prom dates and expiration dates, this bittersweet program celebrates those special occasions that leave indelible impressions on a life’s journey from adolescence to adulthood

SHORTS PROGRAM #3: MIXED SIGNALS

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These sly and sardonic shorts prove that technology can’t improve our relationships when it comes to the confusion spawned by human flaws in communication

DRAMARAMA

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In this bittersweetly nostalgic drama-rama-com set in 1994, pop-culture references and witty wordplay are as plentiful as clues in a mystery novel when five high school theater friends dress up in costumes for one final murder mystery party before they leave for college.

STAGE MOTHER

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Stage Mother delivers the ultimate wish-fulfillment fantasy for any misfit who longs for their parent’s unconditional approval. This feel-good, laugh-out-loud, sing-along comedy proves that it is never too late to change your mind, change your views, and change your life.

ALICE JÚNIOR

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In this uber hip, pop culture film laced with electrifying emojis, the stunningly gorgeous Anna Celestino Mota stars as Alice Junior - a high octane social influencer and Teen Top Model trans girl – who panics when she finds she must move to the Brazilian hinterlands to attend a Catholic school.

Bare

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Nudity is beautiful - this is the theme of famed Belgian choreographer Thierry Smits’ new production. We follow eleven male dancers as they bare more than just their bodies, they bare their souls for all to see.

GIVE OR TAKE

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When a disillusioned New Yorker’s father dies, he goes home to Cape Cod and prepares the house for sale while sharing it with his father’s temperamental live-in boyfriend. Grieving, they circle each other, butt heads, and are forced to negotiate how to remember the man they both loved.

MINYAN

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Set in the Russian-Jewish enclave of Brighton Beach during the 1980’s, this contemplative coming-of-age/ coming-out story follows the soul-searching journey of David, a closeted gay Yeshiva student who moves in with his grandfather in a Jewish religious center.

STEELERS: THE WORLD’S FIRST GAY RUGBY CLUB

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Come for the eye candy of hunky rugby players and their spunky lesbian coach…stay for the meaningful stories, exciting tournaments, and the surprising half-time drag show.

SHORTS PROGRAM #4: DESPERATE MEASURES

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When up against formidable odds, these truth-seekers discover that the ultimate battle is waged within their own minds and, to win a sense of peace, they must out-maneuver themselves.

SHORTS PROGRAM #5: IDENTITY CRISIS

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It’s not me…it’s YOU. These perceptive shorts show that sometimes the only identity crisis that’s going on is the one that’s happening in someone else’s judgmental mind.

SHORTS PROGRAM #6: ROLE REVERSAL

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In these inspiring documentaries, change-making role models use their ingenuity and integrity to disrupt the status quo and help define a “new normal.”

FIRST BLUSH

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When a young married couple becomes involved with another woman, they learn to navigate the emotional intricacies of a polyamorous relationship in this tenderly told, relatable story about the pursuit of love.

UNSOUND

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There’s a silent synchronicity on the screen when Noah, a disillusioned musician, returns home to Australia for some soul searching and falls for Finn, a deaf trans DJ.

WHO’S ON TOP? LGBTQs SUMMIT MT. HOOD

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Meet Ryan, Shanita, Stacey, Taylor, …and Wy’east (the Native American name for Mt. Hood) which is also a character in this glorious documentary that captures the spectacular scenery of Oregon’s tallest mountain.

TWO OF US (DEUX)

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Tender lesbian love story. Edge-of-your-seat thriller. Wickedly amusing dark comedy. Director Filippo Meneghetti delicately blends disparate genres in a grippingly unique tale about “open-door policy” neighbors.

Tampa Bay Transgender Film Festival

Tampa Bay Trans Film Fest Online Screening Room

The intention of this year’s Inaugural Festival is to highlight and elevate Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR). We hope for this festival to help celebrate transgender lives & experiences, further creating a safe world for our transgender family to live in. Please join us virtually during the International Transgender Day of Remembrance, November 20th, through November 22nd to participate in this historic event.

Queer Holiday Cheer: Free Amazon Watch Party

Amazon Watch Party

  On Friday, Dec. 18, we will hold a free Watch Party of the hit lesbian comedy LezBomb followed by an interactive Q&A with director Jenna Laurenzo. To join in, you must be a member of Amazon Prime (remember, if you don’t already have Prime you can always sign up for a trial membership). The…

Queer Holiday Cheer: Double Feature w/ Q&A

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On Saturday, Dec 19 at 8PM we will hold an interactive Q&A with director Rob Williams and cast members from his films Make the Yuletide Gay and Shared Rooms. The two films will be available to stream all weekend... Be sure to watch his films before the Q&A to get your questions ready to type…

Summertime

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A BIPOC FILM FESTIVAL

Stories We Tell Film Series: Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide

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“The Patron Saint of Pop Culture”: What do Dolly Parton, Beyoncé, and Cam Parker all have in common?  They’ve all saved us from the clutches of basic-ness through pop culture! Follow the short of this Tampa-based artist who has provided artwork and designer jackets to artists like Lady Gaga, Lizzo, and Janet Jackson, all while…

STORIES WE TELL FILM SERIES: AGGIE

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Aggie is a feature-length documentary that explores the nexus of art, race, and justice through the story of art collector and philanthropist Agnes “Aggie” Gund’s life. Emmy-nominated director Catherine Gund focuses on her mother’s journey to give viewers an understanding of the power of art to transform consciousness and inspire social change. Aggie is internationally recognized…

Loading Events STORIES WE TELL FILM SERIES: CLEOPHAS AND HIS OWN

Museum of Fine Arts 255 Beach Dr NE, St Petersburg

Cleophas and His Own: In September of 1943, the typescript of a private, unpublished narrative was discovered in Corea, Maine, among the belongings of the American modernist painter and poet Marsden Hartley — just a few days after his death. This powerful and poignant elegy called Cleophas and His Own and written by Hartley to assuage his grief…