First Wednesday Queer Film Series: YOUNG LIVES Short Films
FREE for Members of Three Dollar Bill Cinema
$6 for Not-Yet-Members at the door ($6.16 with fees online)
Tickets available here.
Invite your pals to the Facebook event here.
Wednesday, August 2 at 7 PM - 9 PM at the Northwest Film Forum
Go back in time with this collection of short coming-of-age films from past screenings at TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival and Translations Film Festival!
(Total run time 82 minutes)
Alexandra Herstik and Elizabeth R. Houck; 2015; US; 5 min.
A quirky, campy exploration of intersectionality and identity.
IN THIS SKIN
Ahmed Karam, Amy Robles & Greg Chu; 2016; US; 5 min.
This narrative montage explores the real-life stories of transgender youth.
BIG QUEER PARTY
Rose Green, Aiden Ochoa, Ana Walker, Cooper Flaherty & DeJie Hoffman; 2016; US; 5 min.
Steff needs to come out to her best friend Emma. When she calls her friends for help, queer chaos ensues.
Melissa Finell; 2011; US; 13 min.
Frustrated with her life, a young woman finds comfort from a sexy and surprising source.
Renee Crea; 2016; Australia; 7 min.
Cara is finally ready to reveal something important to her grandfather, but she’s not prepared for his reaction.
THE LITTLE DEPUTY
Trevor Anderson; 2015; Canada; 9 min.
Trevor goes home to have a kitschy old-time childhood photo with his dad redone.
Sandra Reynoso; 2014; Mexico; 11 min.; in Spanish with English subtitles.
Carina has an innocent schoolgirl crush on her pretty new dance teacher, which leads to a difficult life lesson.
Amanda Harryman; 2014; US; 7 min.
Maikaru looks toward a bright future, having survived a childhood filled with violence and human trafficking.
Jennifer Reeder; 2016; US; 20 min.
A group of girls take over a skate park, forming an all-female force field on the half-pipe.