Women's Screening Series Continues!

We close our Women's Film Series with the US premiere of Nejc Gazvoda's sweet comedy/drama DUAL! Followed by our closing night party at Dyke Night! Tickets available at the door 30 minutes before screening.

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Closing Night Film:

Join us for the World Premiere of Mischa Kamp's beautiful coming-of-age story BOYS (JONGENS) Tickets available at the door 30 minutes before screening.

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Special Screening:

Join us at the MFA romorrow for Thomas Allen Harris' amazing documentary THROUGH A LENS DARKLY. Tickets available at the door 30 minutes before screening. Director will be in attendance.

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New England Premiere: HONEYMOON

Join us this afternoon for Jan Hrebejk's "tense and intriguing" drama HONEYMOON. Tickets available at the door 30 minutes before screening.

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Announcing the FACES Project

We are proud to present, in honor of 30 years of LGBT Cinema in Boston, the FACES Project.

Executive produced, conceived, and managed by David Isaacson, the project is a portrait of our community.
This was a one-day photography project that documents the greater Boston LGBT community. Black and white photographs of members of the greater Boston lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community were shot on Saturday, March 15th at a studio in the South End.
For more information click here.

This project was made possible by a generous grant from the Robert M. MacNamara Foundation.


Presenting the Digital Diaspora Project

We are very excited to be presenting Thomas Allan Harris’ film THROUGH A LENS DARKLY and the Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow, April 12th at the MFA.

The film and Digital Diaspora Roadshow encourage the revaluation of the family archive as historical records which illuminate, inform and expand our understanding and shared values as members of a common culture – the One World, One Family of Humanity. Digital Diaspora Roadshow comes to the Boston LGBT Film Festival to celebrate the diversity in our communities and our families.

Do you have LGBT ancestors or relatives in your family album? After screening of THROUGH A LENS DARKLY, festivalgoers -- LGBT and their allies -- can bring their photos to Riley Seminar Room to participate in a special live event where strangers become family on Saturday, April 12, at 3:30 p.m. In advance of the event, we encourage people to upload their diverse family images to Instagram at #1World1Family and #Blgbtfilm.

Co-presented by the Flash Forward Film Festival


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