Two small but crucial characters in the film are Stan and Dan played by Andy Nyman and Daniel Cerqueirawho wait for Judy outside the London nightclub Talk of the Town, where she has a five-week gig. Feeling lonely, she asks them to join her for dinner — leaving them stunned. As the evening progresses, she ends up at their apartment, where Stan tearfully opens up to her about the difficulties the two gay men have had maintaining their relationship in the face of legal persecution.
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The primary venue is the Tampa Theatrebut several other cinemas in or near the downtown area and in St. Petersburg simultaneously host the event as well. While most of the films focus on homosexual themes, some films explore other areas of human sexuality including transgender issues and gender roles.
Flash back a year to the 25th anniversary festival, which should have been a joyous celebration of a quarter century of queer cinematic culture, but instead was a seven-day austerity festival with an uncertain future, the legs pulled out from under it by government funding cuts to the BFI, itself the custodian of Britain's cinematic heritage. What a drag that was, no pun intended. Having lived to fight another year, the festival returned to a near full-strength 10 days, enough to allow multiple screenings and events, but not so much that supply would exceed demand. The sun shone, the Dyke March returned and the queer community had something to celebrate again.
By Dino-Ray Ramos. Also opening this weekend in the Specialty space is American Dharmawhich includes an interview between Errol Morris and divisive figure Stephen K. Bannon talks about his background, beliefs and, of course, Trump.
On Monday, July 20 at 7 p. The first film, Gay Pioneers is the story of the first organized annual "homosexual" civil rights demonstrations held in Philadelphia, New York and Washington, DC from When few would publicly identify themselves as gay, these brave pioneers challenged pervasive homophobia.
Unlike the other men on their radar at the time, Dugas, an openly and unashamedly gay man, was able to provide the names of 72 of his former sex partners. For the film, Lynd also interviewed men and women who lived through that terrible time, most notably, Fran Lebowitz. As a filmmaker I am deeply grateful to my interview subjects, all of whom spoke to me with remarkable candour.
This is one of those things that looks easy but is actually incredibly difficult to do, isn't it? Never mind the countless times the Great Dane has occupied his owner's bed — this is his bed and he will. The run is the latest in a series of practice runs as the Bloodhound team attempts to crack the mph barrier.
Screening this year is a new short documentary, Paving Forwardby filmmaker Mthokozisi Lembethe. Through interviews with activists, politicians and judges, this short documentary exposes the vast divide between constitutional freedom and equality, and its articulation within society. Given that the South African constitution was the first in the world to outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, this documentary makes startlingly clear how little this trickles down into contemporary society. In a particularly moving scene, a late-life lesbian discusses her sexuality with her children.