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2018 Film Schedule

Friday, 10/12

8:00 PM

Ideal Home

(2018 USA 91m)


Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan star as Paul and Erasmus, a bickering gay couple whose life is turned inside out when a ten-year-old boy shows up at their door claiming to be Erasmus’ grandson. Neither Paul, nor Erasmus, are ready to give up their extravagant lifestyles to be parents, but maybe this little kid has a thing or two to teach them about the value of family.

Sponsored by Darren Branham & Jeff Hormann

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Saturday, 10/13

3:00 PM

We Are Thr3e

(2018 Arg 89m)


Nacho and Ana, both single and straight meet at a party. The charismatic and flirty Sebastian persuades them for a weekend trip where he confesses his desire for long-term relationship with both... together!

Sponsored by Travis Myles & Scott Burchett
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5:00 PM

Shorts Session-


(2018 Den 5m)


(2018 Can 23m)


(2017 Can 19m)

The Jealous Sea

(2018 USA 13m)


Something About Alex

(2017 Neth 19m)


(2018 Mex 5m)

Sponsored by Robert Andrews & Rick Droukas

8:00 PM

Good Manners

(2017 Braz 135m)


Clara is a care worker living on the outskirts of São Paulo. Struggling to make ends meet, she accepts the position of live-in nanny to the as-yet unborn child of a wealthy single woman named Ana. The two women immediately develop a strong bond, but Ana’s increasingly strange behavior hints at a deep, dark secret. Then, one night, the shocking truth emerges. What starts as an eccentrically styled slice of social realism, morphs into something else entirely, without ever compromising the emotional integrity of its characters, nor stretching narrative credibility, no matter how weird things get. 

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Sunday, 10/14

3:00 PM

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(2017 Can 95m)


SID (Debargo Sanyal) is under pressure to marry a nice Indian girl and raise a family. Sid’s “Mamaji” (Zena Daruwalla) yearns to have grandchildren. Her dreams are about to come true, but not in the way she could’ve ever imagined.  When Sid comes out as a woman, a fourteen year old boy named RALPH (Jamie Mayers) shows up at her door announcing that Sid is his dad. Ralph, surprised to discover that his biological father is now a woman, thinks having a transgender parent is “pretty cool”. But Ralph hasn’t told his mother and stepfather that he’s tracked her down. And then there is Sid’s boyfriend DANIEL (Pierre-Yves Cardinal) who has yet to tell his family of his relationship with Sid. Daniel is nowhere near ready to accept Ralph as a step son and complicate his life further.  Sid’s coming out has a snowball effect that forces everyone out of the closet and to get real. What happens when gender, generations and cultures collide to create a truly modern family?

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6:00 PM

Every Act of Life

(2018 USA 93m)


World-renowned playwright Terrence McNally’s pioneering 5-decades in the theatre, in the struggle for LGBT rights, and through his pursuit of love and inspiration at every age. Featuring Angela Lansbury, F. Murray Abraham, Meryl Streep, Bryan Cranston, Larry Kramer, Nathan Lane, Audra McDonald, Stanley Tucci and many more.

Sponsored by Dr. Mehdi Poorkay & John Wilson

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