“… a polemical howl in the night, a desperately angry and sidesplittingly funny look at one oh-so-mythologized neighborhood’s transformation… a film essay that is of a piece with the work of heady French names like Godard and Varda.”
—Brandon Harris, FILMMAKER MAGAZINE
“… a steadily evolving, revelatory portrait of gender identity, showbiz, and family set against the endemic homophobia—as well as diverse springs of acceptance—in Mexican society.”
—Robert Avila, Frameline
Lunchtime screening and discussion with sexual health educator and filmmaker Dulce Garcia, whose film WITH CONVICTION, features femme lesbians of color including poet Jewelle Gomez.
WAITING FOR YOU
(Lisa Fingleton, Ireland, 2013)
(Hanna Teachy, Kelly McKenna and Rhonda Chan-Soo, 2013)
LENNIE AND PEARL: LIVING IN THE OVERLAP
(Mary Dalton and Cindy Hill, 2013)
Former Sen Paula Aboud will speak about the Why Marriage Matters Arizona campaign
414 E. 9TH ST., Tucson, AZ
Three documentary shorts: An intimate diary traces two women’s five-year journey towards motherhood on a small farm in Ireland; how second-parent adoption laws in North Carolina harm children and parents in same-sex families; Lennie Gerber and Pearl Berlin have shared a passion for social justice and each other for over 40 years, and now their love inspires the fight for marriage equality in North Carolina.
Tanya’s 4 favorite web series of 2014.