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Friday, November 10, 7:30pm

Freedom Fighters: The Ray
Premiering the first 3 episodes in Cincinnati! Raymond “Ray” Terrill was a reporter who discovered a group of government scientists working on a secret project to turn light into a weapon of mass destruction. But before he could report on his findings, the project head exposed Ray to a “genetic light bomb.” The bomb failed to kill him and instead gifted Ray with light-based powers. With these abilities, Ray realized he could go beyond reporting on injustice – he could take action to help stop it. Calling himself The Ray, he was recruited by Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters to fight violence and oppression wherever it exists. Based on characters from DC, the series will introduce the first gay Super Hero to lead a show. Freedom Fighters: The Ray is from Berlanti Productions in association with Blue Ribbon Content, with executive producers Greg Berlanti (Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow) and Marc Guggenheim (Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow)




A Very Sordid Wedding

A Very Sordid Wedding is the sequel to cult-classic Sordid Lives from Del Shores.  Marriage equality comes barreling into a small Texas town where not everyone is ready to accept it. A dysfunctional family, drag queens and a serial killer collide driving toward an explosive night when a memorial service at Bubba’s Bar and a bigoted Anti-Equality rally at the Southside Baptist Church both go hilariously off the rails leading to an extremely unconventional wedding.       TRAILER        https://youtu.be/TLUcy3Z-LVc







 Saturday, November 11, 3:00pm
A Bone to Pick (10 minutes)
A day in the life of a lesbian dog walker in Los Angeles.









Dads (11 minutes)

After a night of drinking and sex, 21 year old Scott gets an unexpected visit from his father. When Scott's forty-something FWB, also shows up, all three men find themselves in an awkward situation.


Sis (10 minutes)
Two estranged sisters, one religious and one trans, reconcile their differences during the course of one night where honesty is the only policy.


He Could've Gone Pro (13 minutes)
When Debbie comes home for Christmas, she and her mother are forced to confront the truth about their family's past over a tense holiday lunch.






You (19 minutes)

After the death of her best friend, a victim of homophobia, a young girl tries to understand what happened, what could she have done? One thought won't leave her: It could be me: it could be you.





Bully (5 minutes)
A very, withdrawn young man, gets baited into attending Gay Pride with a guy he's been messaging on a dating app. What will he decide when he discovers who the mystery man is?

In a Heartbeat (4 minutes)
A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams.





Sign (15 minutes)
Told through vignettes, music and sign language is the story of a relationship between Ben, a hearing man, and Aaron, who is deaf.







Saturday, November 11, 6:00pm
Letter to Anita (54 minutes)
Letter to Anita is the heart-wrenching story of Anita Bryant's anti-gay campaign , its shattering effect on one Florida family and the redemptive power of forgiveness.



I've Seen Love Die (18 minutes)
Nona's been estranged from her family for the past 10 years. When she came out, her family excommunicated her from their church. Then the phone call came; her mother died. Should she return home or not?





Parallel The Documentary (36 mins 38 sec)
Filmmaker and author B Danielle Watkins chronicles being the only African-American filmmaker in the inaugural lesbian- only film festival (Cinema Systers Film Festival) in Paducah Kentucky. While staying at a historic hotel built to house entertainers such as Louis Armstrong and Mom's Mabley, B. Danielle finds herself torn between that of being celebrated and the history of being shunned.







Saturday, November 11, 9:00pm 

Short: Brojob (4 minutes) 

Bros just being bros until the wives come home early. Awkward.










Feature: Brotherly Love (1 hr 55 minutes) 

A Brother in the Catholic Church struggles with his vow of celibacy after he meets a handsome recently-divorced landscaper.

Trailer:         https://vimeo.com/192574663






Sunday, November 12, 2:00pm
Short Film: Spot (9 min 51 sec)
A group of twenty-somethings circle around a stoop and share a joint when one of them gets lost in the mystery and beauty of the urban sidewalk. 






Feature: Apricot Groves (1 hr 19 minutes)

Aram, the Iranian Armenian youth who had immigrated to the US in childhood returns to Armenia for the first time to propose to an Armenian girlfriend. Aram sees many cultural, religious and national differences on the one day trip, but harder obstacles are ahead.       Trailer          https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uFLEeG5RfZE











Sunday, November 12, 4:00pm 

Short: It Gets Better? (11 minutes)
An older gay man is inspired to record a testimonial after watching a bisexual teenager's video , assuring him that "It Gets Better".






Feature: Dickinson Ave: The (mostly) True Story of The Paddock Club. 
(1 hr 29 minutes)

The Paddock Club was the first place in eastern North Carolina where LGBT people could be themselves. For 30 years, the Paddock Club wasn't just a bar, it was a home. It was a family. This is their story.      Trailer: https://vimeo.com/106029451









General Admission Seating

The $50 weekend pass for All Six Time Blocks can only be purchased via phone.  513-241-6550