Miami Gay And Lesbian Film Festival
The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, a critically acclaimed event, is based in the world-renowned historic South Beach neighborhood with additional films screened at locations throughout Miami-Dade County.
The 17th Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival will take place from April 24 until May 3, 2015.
The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is committed to its mission: To inspire, entertain and educate the public, encourage a sense of community through international and culturally diverse film, video and other media that offer historical and contemporary perspectives on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience.
The festival has grown from a 3-day event in which 25 films were presented to the current format of 10 days with 65+ films. The Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is an internationally acclaimed event serving as a platform for numerous World Premiers, North American Premiers and East Coast Premiers. The Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is the first MAJOR LGBT film festival to occur in the calendar year, setting the tone for the entire LGBT film festival season.
How much can you love someone? Is there such a thing as too much? That seems to be the general conceit of this nasty number from director Marçal Forés.
We're used to the meme of the triple burden of being black, gay, and Christian. But what about the even more burdensome proposition of being black, gay, and Muslim -- in post-9/11 America?
The members of True Colors, an LGBTQ+ youth theatre troupe sponsored by The Theater Offensive, work collaboratively to create activist art. Their finished product is brought to area schools to teach equality through diversity.
Filmmaker Dean Francis adapts the Stephen Davis play "Drown" to cinematic form, co-writing the screenplay with Davis and handling directorial duties.
The feature-length documentary of the life of Olympic Diving Champion Greg Louganis is inspiring and well told.
"Post-gay" Glatze seems just as convinced as "pre-straight" Glatze was about the artificiality of sexual labels, and on the primacy of the need for following his own path. But the movie could have gone farther still.
Liz, a heartbreaking womanizer, finds she's met her match when a young woman named Eva happens along just in time for her birthday celebration at a seaside lesbian resort.
A simple story beautifully told, "You & I" is a refreshing and honest story of two friends falling in love.
Tragically, love knows nothing but bounds in Malachi Leopold's poignant documentary.
Robin Williams gives one of his most brilliant and affecting performances in one of the last roles of his career.