Launching an app that matches freelancers with potential employers is an answered prayer for desperate bride Billie. But making her startup happen means lying to both her business partners and her fiancée, in this screwball romp that blends romantic comedy and workplace politics.
Two connected love stories, set sixty years apart, bring to life both the thrill and heartbreak of gay love in post-World War II England, in this sophisticated BBC/Masterpiece drama making its U.S. premiere at the festival, and boasting star turns from Vanessa Redgrave and Julian Morris (Pretty Little Liars, Little Women).
This exquisite documentary captures the complex and fascinating life of British Olympic figure skater and choreographer John Curry, who in the 1970s broke the mold for how men could perform as artists—and gay athletes—on the ice.
Winner of a Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, Desiree Akhavan’s exquisite follow-up to Appropriate Behavior follows a teenage orphan (Chloë Grace Moretz) whose guardians send her off to a Christian “gay conversion” camp after she’s caught with her girlfriend after a school dance.
These enriching shorts showcase the stories and experiences of queer and trans folks of color. Celebrating trailblazers, queer resilience, and the beauty of dance, these films feature QTPOC folks forging toward truth and equality.
This Teddy Award-winning documentary is a captivating, revealing view into the life and political artistry of Linn da Quebrada, a transgender Brazilian singer and performance artist whose daring, powerful style matches her equally daring social message of resistance and inclusion.
Peru, Germany, Norway
95 minutes |
Alvaro Delgado Aparicio L.
A renowned artisan of intricate altarpieces known as retablos, Noé prepares his teenage son Segundo to carry on the family craft. But Noé’s clandestine homosexual life fractures their father-son bond within a conservative patriarchal culture where alleged crimes are met with brutal ostracism.