LGBT History Month – cinema screeningsView Event on Facebook
February 7 - 7:00 pm till February 28 - 9:30 pm
In celebration of LGBT History Month we will be screening a series of 4 films. This diverse range of films promise to explore the trails and tribulations, the great celebrations and the diverse history of the LGBT community
An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.
Tangerine is a 2015 American comedy-drama film directed by Sean Baker and written by Baker and Chris Bergoch, starring Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, Mya Taylor and James Ransone. The story follows a transgender sex worker who discovers her boyfriend and pimp has been cheating on her. The film was shot with three iPhone 5s smartphones.
‘The summer I was eight years old, five hours disappeared from my life. Five hours, lost, gone without a trace…’ These are the words of Brian Lackey, a troubled 18-year-old, growing up in the stiflingly small town of Hutchinson, KS. Plagued by nightmares, Brian believes that he may have been the victim of an alien abduction. Local Neil McCormick however, is the ultimate beautiful outsider. With a loving but promiscuous mother, Neil is wise beyond his years and curious about his developing sexuality, having found what he perceives to be love from his Little League baseball coach at a very early age. Now, 10 years later, Neil is a teenage hustler, nonchalant about the dangerous path his life is taking. Neil’s pursuit of love leads him to New York City, while Brian’s voyage of self discovery leads him to Neil — who helps him to unlock the dark secrets of their past.
A Single Man
An English professor, one year after the sudden death of his boyfriend, is unable to cope with his typical days in 1960s Los Angeles.