In Person Greta Schiller and Andrea Weiss in a post-screening discussion with historian Elizabeth Kennedy about the evolution of LGBT history since this film's release.
The Loft Cinema / FREE
In 1969 the patrons of the Stonewall Inn in New York City’s Greenwich Village decided to fight back, transforming a routine police raid into three nights of rioting which marked the beginning of the Gay Liberation movement. Groundbreaking, classic documentary.
Co-Presented by Cine Mexico and in association with Ambulante, Mexico. This screening is made possible with support from the UA Gender & Women's Studies Department Anti-Racism Task Force.
Born into a male body, Irina grew up idolizing Che Guevara and spent much of her young life fighting in the Cuban solidarity movement. It’s also the love story of Irina and her partner Nelida, whom she married as a man. Nelida has committed herself to understanding her feelings towards her partner’s disability and massive life changes.