It’s a Wrap! Complete your Pride experience with touching and thought-provoking cinema at our final official Pride event of 2019. Fans of queer cinema don’t miss this series of short films that include a variety of fascinating perspectives on queer life. OUTwatch will showcase seven entertaining and engaging short films, including three thought-provoking documentaries. Lineup Includes:
Happy Birthday Marsha: A fictional film that imagines transgender rights pioneer Marsha P. Johnson in the hours leading up the Stonewall protest.
Marguerite: In this Oscar nominated short, an aging woman and her nurse develop a friendship that inspires her to unearth unacknowledged longing that helps her make peace with her past.
Femme: Rejected for not being ‘masculine’ enough, a young gay man journeys toward self-acceptance with the help of a fabulous drag performer.
My Own Wings: An exploration of intersex identity and intersex people who are born with a variation from the standard concept of ‘male’ and ‘female.’
Mama Dragons: An inspiring group of fiercely supportive Mormon mothers assist their own children as well as others who struggle to find a place in the less-than-accepting religious community.
Grace and Betty: When 23 year-old-old Grace decides to come out to her grandmother Betty, she discovers something she wasn’t expecting.
I Have Something to Tell You: A photographer creates an acclaimed portrait series when he shoots his friends’ reactions to his telling them a long-held secret.