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Cured

How many people can say that they cured 20 million people of a mental illness overnight? Frank Kameny and Barbara Gittings can. Watch this triumphant roller coaster account of how they take on the psychiatric establishment, armed with data from Evelyn Hooker and other pioneering researchers. Watch a brave psychiatrist testify to his colleagues in […]

Flee

Damn These Heels Closing Night Centerpiece.This film was programmed in partnership with Sundance Institute. “FLEE had an incredible premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2021 and we are so proud to have partnered with our longtime friends at Sundance to bring it back for Utah audiences as our closing night film and part of the […]

Ahead of the Curve

Ahead of the Curve tells the story of Curve Magazine – the long-standing, iconic lesbian publication that your mother dragged you past at the newsstand. Franco Stevens founded the magazine (originally named “Deneuve”) thirty one years ago and now we find her considering its future. We travel back to the 90s, as a band of feisty […]

Rebel Dykes

In 1980s London, a group of young lesbians are struck by inspiration to follow their desires. Leaving their linen fabrics and peace-camp protests behind, they don black leather instead and open a club for the BDSM practicing and curious. Before long, a rift grows between these rebel dykes and the other dykes in London, along […]

Instructions for Survival

A young couple, Alexander and Mari, in Georgia struggle to live their best lives. Alexander is trans and living in secrecy due to the oppressive state of LGBTQIA+ life in their country. The hurdles keep coming: from problems finding employment, to the struggle of obtaining hormone therapy without doctors, to the difficulty in leaving the […]

The Conductor

With every note diligently studied, Marin Alsop stands before a hundred instrumentalists, elegantly weaving their individual sounds with a delicate precision and fervent passion. Musically inclined from a very early age, with a dedication to the art of ensemble work and orchestration, and mentors the likes of Leonard Bernstein, Marin Alsop has rightfully earned Music […]

North By Current

North By Current premiered at the 2021 Berlinale where it was nominated for the Teddy Award for Best Documentary and then went on to play the Tribeca Film Festival. Taking the viewer home with him to rural Michcigan, trans director Angelo Madsen Minax pieces together the story of a family tragedy: the death of his sister […]

Sediments

Sneak Preview Screening Authentic trans storytelling is something our community desperately needs and we are proud to present Sediments, which elegantly fits the bill. This Spanish documentary features six trans women boldly living their lives and follows them on a road trip to the small, historic town of Leon. Going about their days and enjoying […]

Potato Dreams of America

Half dark comedy dystopia, half cheeky autobiography, Wes Hurley explores his own history and that of his mother Elena, their survival through the chaotic and violent years of Perestroika in Vladivostok, Russia, and their rocky emigration to America. An innovative, creative, and singular style brings the audience into their life of hardship in the Soviet […]

Genderation

When director Monika Treut set out at the end of the 1990s to make a film about the emerging phenomenon of ‘trans’ (transgender, transsexuality), it was to San Francisco, the epicentre of the trans scene, that she headed. With her documentary, Gendernauts (1999), she created a cinematic tribute to all the fascinating artists she met during her […]

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