Queer Thursdays in April @ Northwest Film Forum

Ready to take a retrospective walk on the wild side? Explore the darker fringes of the homo social scene as depicted in the movies. Every Thursday in April, Three Dollar Bill Cinema goes out to the gay bar with this provocative film series featuring queer gathering spaces in prominent roles.

From stereotypical characters to candid portrayals of queer culture, see how filmmakers envisioned what the gays were doing back in the day... in back alleys, barrooms and beyond.

All films start at 7:00PM

Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Avenue, Seattle 98122


Tickets: $10 (regular) $9 (TDBC members)
Series passes available here for $32

Controversial with gay and straight audiences alike, this William Friedkin film starring Al Pacino follows a murder investigation through New York City's steamiest gay subcultures. Experience the original theatrical cut, projected from 35mm film.

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As Hitler's Nazi party rose to power in 1930s Germany, there was only one place in Berlin where they lived out a life of "anything goes." Join Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey in director Bob Fosse's winner of 8 Academy Awards and countless devotees.

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It's Christmas Eve 1971 in a Greenwich Village gay bar, and everyone's got the gift of gab. With "Golden Girls'" Rue McClanahan as a rich 'fag hag,' Warhol superstar Candy Darling, "Buck Rogers'" Gil Gerard and beloved out icon Fannie Flagg. Rarely shown, unavailable on home video and screening in all of its uncensored glory!

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Frank Sinatra stars as an honest but conflicted cop, tough on crime but struggling with a law enforcement establishment where racism and homophobia are the norm. While investigating the murder of a wealthy and well-connected gay man, the mystery takes a turn with surprising results.

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