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LGBTQ+ Spotlight
Code: The
Thursday June 2nd,
7PM, Radius Gallery
Filmmakers in Attendance!
Before Internet dating and hookup apps, The
Handkerchief code was largely used by gay men in the
1970’s to distinguish sexual preferences and fetishes in gay
clubs and on the streets of places like San Francisco and
New York. Hanky Code: The Movie brings together Queer
and Trans filmmakers across a spectrum of genres, styles,
genders, and locations to dissect the code in this epic
anthology feature comprised of 25 short films! Each
filmmaker or filmmaking team tells a story of a different
color/fetish of the code. Trailer

Two Soft
Dir. Mark Woods
Sunday June 5th, 4:45PM, Radius Gallery
Exclusive Preview!
As a small group in Nunavut, Canada prepare for a
seminal LGBTQ Pride celebration in the Arctic, the film
explores how colonization and religion have shamed and
erased traditional Inuit beliefs about sexuality and family
structure and how, 60 years later, a new generation of
Inuit are actively 'unshaming' their past. Trailer

MAJOR! Pride
Dir. Annalise
Saturday June
4th, 7PM Radius
MAJOR! is a
film exploring the life and campaigns of Miss Major GriffinGracy, a formerly incarcerated Black transgender elder and
activist who has been fighting for the rights of trans women
of color for over 40 years. At the heart of MAJOR! is a social
justice framework that puts the subjects at the center of
their story. MAJOR! was produced in collaboration with
Miss Major, the film’s participants, and a transPOC
Community Advisory Board to ensure that these stories,
which are so often marginalized, exoticized, or played for
tragic drama, retain the agency and humanity of those who
tell them. Trailer

Dir. Kami
Sunday June 5,
7PM, Colligan
Theater World
Closing Night
Film! Filmmaker in attendance!
Many North American LGBTQ pride events initially
emerged out of sites of revolt and resistance— such as
the anti-police riots at the Stonewall Inn in NYC in 1969
and the protests that began after police bathhouse raids
in Toronto 1981. Today, however, PRIDE™ is big
business. Non-profits formed for the purpose of hosting
pride events in cities such as Toronto, San Francisco, and
New York sport multinational corporations as sponsors
alongside multi-million dollar budgets. In Pride Denied,
activists and artists call for a return to prioritizing
political activism and community support that
characterized the emergence of the contemporary LGBT
rights movement more than 40 years ago. Trailer

June 1 – 5 at the Tannery Arts Center
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LGBTQ+ Spotlight

June 1 – 5 at the Tannery Arts Center
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